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Max's Black Swan Gourmet BBQ Sauce demo this Saturday in WIlmette, Illinois!

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    Max's Black Swan Gourmet BBQ Sauce demo this Saturday in WIlmette, Illinois!

    ATTENTION! Black Swan is demoing our gourmet BBQ Sauces at the best BBQ Store in the world, Backyard BBQ, 535 Green Bay Road, Wilmette, IL this coming Saturday, July 17th starting at 11:30am. Click here for details: https://lnkd.in/g7xKVgH Come taste the flavors you've been hearing about: Sweet Cognac, Savory Original and Beso del Fuego and meet Max Good!
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    #2
    OMG! An actual outting! And a chance to meet the tastefully named Max Good…

    70% chance I’ll be there.

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    • Max Good
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      Have you been to Backyard BBQ? It's a great place. I think my son, Whalen may come too. Hope to see you there!

    • Potkettleblack
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      Not been there as it’s north suburb, but have been thinking about a visit for charcoal after hearing their radio ads. But throw in some Black Swan and I’m on it. Love the sauce.

      Also wife said she’s down for the visit, which will keep the MCS in check.
      Last edited by Potkettleblack; July 13, 2021, 06:56 PM.

    #3
    I am not too awfully far away I guess but I am afraid to go to that bbq store! I know it would cost me a LOT. Hmmm. Maybe….,,

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    • Max Good
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      You only live once. Be sure to grab me and say hello!

    #4
    This is a definite maybe. But if I get out of there only buying some barbecue sauce, it'll be a miracle.

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    • Max Good
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      I'd love to meet you!

    #5
    I grew up in Evanston, but I don't think I'll be making the drive from Snoqualmie.

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    • Max Good
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      I had to look that place up. WOW, looks beautiful! I should come visit you!

    • bardsleyque
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      any time you're near Seattle!! Just 27 miles east

    #6
    Max Good lets us know when you come up Oregon way.

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    • Max Good
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      Sure will!

    #7
    Was good meeting you and your son, and nice to find a good BBQ store.

    Wee bit high pressure on the sales of very upscale cookers, but a nice wide selection of rubs, sauces and interesting things, and premium charcoals. I finally saw the all charcoal pellets in the wild (didn't buy, don't use the Grilla for higher temp stuff, so don't see the point, other than as a mix in), saw Jealous Devil pellets in the wild (didn't know there was such a thing) and picked up some B&B lump for the OJB. Also got some sugar maple and mesquite chunks for the OJB, and am making the wife a Black Swan convert, which is impressive, since she's a die hard Sweet Baby Ray user. She actually mixed some Beso del Fuego into her SBR for the baby backs I did on Sunday. Got some steak sauce, some char crust, a bottle of OG Black Swan and a Beso del Fuego... and a can of Meat Church Honey Nut (or whatever they call it).

    Your kid is a hell of a salesman... if you are proud of him, it is well deserved. Again, great meeting up with one of the mods/authors of the site.

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    #8
    Now, Who???

    J.K Max!

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      #9
      Potkettleblack Great to meet your wife and you. Thanks for coming. Also great to hear your wife is converting to our Black Swan Gourmet BBQ Sauce. And yes, I am very proud of my son, Whalen. Here we are at the Windy City Smokeout. Click image for larger version

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      • Huskee
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        Excellent pic, Max!

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      Sellin' da Sauce...
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      • Potkettleblack
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        He sells the sauce, and you chat the folks while he's prepping their sample... smooth operators.

      #11
      Unrelated: when i popped into town last month, we ended up at Meier’s Tavern for bloody Mary’s and tater tots!

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