Hold The Smoked Meat And Texas Toast: A Vegan, Gluten-Free BBQ

There are 24 comments on the GPB.org story from May 23, 2014, titled Hold The Smoked Meat And Texas Toast: A Vegan, Gluten-Free BBQ. In it, GPB.org reports that:

It's no secret Georgia is one of America's BBQ hotspots. And while people may say cities like Atlanta don't have a distinct style of BBQ, Tripadvisor recently ranked Georgia as the number one state in the nation for BBQ .

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“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#1 May 23, 2014
Jesus F*cking Christ, YUCK.
Caz

Ellijay, GA

#2 May 23, 2014
Are you serious? Where?

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#3 May 23, 2014
I'll be having one hell of a vegan barbecue this weekend in the sense that I'll be smoking a bunch of grass.

Does that count?
Caz

Ellijay, GA

#4 May 23, 2014
Maybe! lol

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#5 May 23, 2014
Marrywanna is gluten-free and completely cruelty-free as well.

Only downside is that you can't wrap it in bacon. I say those bacon bowls could be fashioned into a pipe of sorts. Use popcorn butter instead of bong water.

Oh man.
Caz

Ellijay, GA

#6 May 23, 2014
Lanius LaForte wrote:
Marrywanna is gluten-free and completely cruelty-free as well.
Only downside is that you can't wrap it in bacon. I say those bacon bowls could be fashioned into a pipe of sorts. Use popcorn butter instead of bong water.
Oh man.
Well, If was at that party Id eat the pipe. I freaking love bacon!

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#7 May 24, 2014
Caz wrote:
<quoted text>Well, If was at that party Id eat the pipe. I freaking love bacon!
At my parties we eat glass pipes with Chuck Norris.

“Unions are still scum ”

Since: Dec 07

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#8 May 29, 2014
Lanius LaForte wrote:
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At my parties we eat glass pipes with Chuck Norris.
And I thought I was the only one to do that!
caz

Ellijay, GA

#9 May 29, 2014
Lanius LaForte wrote:
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At my parties we eat glass pipes with Chuck Norris.
I love those funny Chuck Norris things.
Did you know Chuck Norris, lost his vaginity before his father did?.

This post was Chuck Norris approved.

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#10 May 29, 2014
caz wrote:
<quoted text>I love those funny Chuck Norris things.
Did you know Chuck Norris, lost his vaginity before his father did?.

This post was Chuck Norris approved.
My favorite one is "Chuck Norris once ate his entire birthday cake before his friends could tell him there was a stripper inside of it."
caz

Ellijay, GA

#11 May 29, 2014
Haha Classic.

Did you know, Chuck Norris once fell asleep on the grass and got an erection.
He stuck oil.
caz

Ellijay, GA

#12 May 29, 2014
Haha. I screw that up. He fell asleep on his belly, on the grass lol. To early my brain doesnt work till at least 11.00am

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#13 May 29, 2014
I have one of these Chuck Norris quote bots on my Twitter, some of them are pure gold.

There was a picture on the "El Rey" network feed from way back of Chuck Norris training with his master, Bruce Lee.

A lot of people don't realize that he is still one of the toughest humans on the planet and he's fucking 74 years old. Some years ago he used to volunteer as an honorary police officer and has participated in SWAT raids out in Texas (for real). He might be a bad actor and a terrible singer but he really is harder than a coffin nail.
caz

Ellijay, GA

#14 May 29, 2014
Hes kinda the perfect man. Tough, strong but also seems to have a gentle sweet nature. Ive seen him interview a few times. He was reading his fav Chuck Noris funnies.
He finds it all very funny.

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#15 May 29, 2014
caz wrote:
Hes kinda the perfect man. Tough, strong but also seems to have a gentle sweet nature. Ive seen him interview a few times. He was reading his fav Chuck Noris funnies.
He finds it all very funny.
Not just anyone could make some hokey dopey-ass show like Walker with the terrible theme song he sang and still be revered worldwide for being the pinnacle of manliness.

He makes Clint Eastwood and John Wayne look like cheerleaders.
caz

Ellijay, GA

#16 May 29, 2014
Lol. True. I always liked Clint Eastwood, because he was pretty damn sexy back in his day. Tho I think hes a horrible actor. John Wayne, ive only seen him in one western, hope I never have to watch another! So dont know much about him.

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#17 May 29, 2014
caz wrote:
Lol. True. I always liked Clint Eastwood, because he was pretty damn sexy back in his day. Tho I think hes a horrible actor. John Wayne, ive only seen him in one western, hope I never have to watch another! So dont know much about him.
John Wayne was in almost 200 movies and played (pretty much) the exact same character in 3/4 of them. If you watch only one of them make it "Rio Bravo", it's the only western in my top 5 with John Wayne in it.

Clint Eastwood did way better westerns for the most part, "The Outlaw Josey Wales" is hard to contend with.
caz

Ellijay, GA

#18 May 29, 2014
Lanius LaForte wrote:
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John Wayne was in almost 200 movies and played (pretty much) the exact same character in 3/4 of them. If you watch only one of them make it "Rio Bravo", it's the only western in my top 5 with John Wayne in it.
Clint Eastwood did way better westerns for the most part, "The Outlaw Josey Wales" is hard to contend with.
My fav movie I saw Clint in was, I cant remember the name, but he was being cared for in a girls school after being hurt, shot I think. Way cool.
I think WR was the one who made me watch a John Wayne movie. He wanted to educate me on Westerns I guess lol. Was he in, the good, the bad and the ugly? That rings a bell.

“Vainglourious Basterd”

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#19 May 29, 2014
caz wrote:
<quoted text>My fav movie I saw Clint in was, I cant remember the name, but he was being cared for in a girls school after being hurt, shot I think. Way cool.
I think WR was the one who made me watch a John Wayne movie. He wanted to educate me on Westerns I guess lol. Was he in, the good, the bad and the ugly? That rings a bell.
Yes, and "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" is rightfully considered the greatest western ever made. Funny that it's actually an Italian movie too.

My favorite "western" movie is "A Fistful of Dynamite" by Sergio Leone.
caz

Ellijay, GA

#20 May 29, 2014
Lanius LaForte wrote:
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Yes, and "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" is rightfully considered the greatest western ever made. Funny that it's actually an Italian movie too.
My favorite "western" movie is "A Fistful of Dynamite" by Sergio Leone.
Im sure WR would have aeen it.
Italian? Is that why they call them Spaghetti Westerns? Learn sonething new every day!

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