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Memorial Day with Friends

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Memorial Day in Port Huron

We all know that a successful BBQ is one that has friends involved. Even though, as a foodie, I love great food; without people around you to share it, the meal is just not the same. Memorial Day brought us a work day on “The Shack” (@jeffpemberton‘s and my home office). Joining Jeff and I for some fun, food, and work was @shannonmgraham, @jolenenicole, @syndiloo, @enghofer, @melenghofer, @waltcaughel, @pastorjayme, along with @alcaughel and @aaroncaughel. And @tuxonian, of course. We were destined for success. We decided to start the season off with Burgers, Turkey Sausage, Hot Dogs (Hebrew National for @pemberton) Sliced potatoes, corn, and an ice cream cookie to wrap up the meal.

The burgers were seasoned in one of my (and seems to be growing quickly on @JoleneNicole) favorite local BBQ Companies (CJ Pub) Seasoning. The corn was hand crafted by @shannonmgraham with her Lime, Cilantro Butter seasoning, and the Guacamole was done once again by our friend @pastorjayme. Enjoy the photos there; will be more explaining to come but for now click the fifth star above and vote for a BBQ Celebrated by friends. :)

With any great BBQ one must know that prep work is vital to the end result; we had much help in the kitchen for this battle.

The unfortunate part of the battle was the lens that I’ve used to take beautiful shots like this; did meet the floor and will need to be sent in to the shop to be fixed. [insert sad emotion here].



Walter took the reigns on the grill; he is a low temp, slow cooking, tender grill master; much like he is in his calling as a pastor.


Guacamole tends to be a Grahamberton home favorite. Jayme took lead on creating the dish, and if you’ve not yet mastered the art of it; click here




I learned young in marriage that when you eat corn, you eat it with the husk on; that IS your corn holders. (Somedays I think I still miss my plastic little corn forks).




Every dinner should end with chocolate right?

Apparently the Guac’ wasn’t quite ready yet, may have been a bit sour? It’s @jolenenicole if you want to tweet her about this photo (and please do).

and like I said its the people you BBQ with that make the BBQ a success. Walt and Allie were showing me the number of hand claps they had mastered.

And I’m sure we were the ONLY BBQ war team that brought in a slip-n-slide, right?! (I’m afraid Aaron might have missed most of the sliding part on this run).
Tux seemed to have had his turn on the slip-n-slide also.

Battle Armor:

Type of Technique:Grilling
Type of Grill Used:Gas
Type of Ground Meat:Ground Beef
Type of Sausage(s):Hebrew National Hot Dogs, Turkey Sausage
Type of Sauce(s) Used:Chipotle Lime Butter Sauce, CJ Pub
Side Dishes:Corn on the Cob, Grilled Potato Slices

About the Warrior

Matt Graham

Profile: http://bbqwar.com/warriors/matt-graham

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I'm a Jesus lover. Worshiper, Warrior and Creative. Live at the Grahamberton home with my wife Shannon, Friends Jeff & Jolene Pemberton and our little dog Tux. Love living community out as we're called to do as Jesus followers, one benefit of this is lots of BBQ's! Lets spread the good news and the good foods!

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2 Responses to Memorial Day with Friends

  1. I wish I could take photos like these!

  2. This is great. Makes me wish I posted more pictures on my entry. Great job man.

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