For some of us (like me), there just aren't enough hours in the day to eat all the barbecue that we want. There are barbecue sandwiches for lunch, pulled pork for dinner, ribs and sides for a midnight snack, maybe a little cornbread and chicken picked off the bone at last call.
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Which means we could really use another meal when barbecue might decently be consumed. So thank the smokey 'cue gods that the good folks at Cabin Creek Smokehouse(one of my personal favorites) last month decided to open for breakfast. So if you're one of those people (again, like me) who think that brisket or pulled pork is a perfectly reasonable breakfast meat, get up to 25997 Conifer Road in Aspen Park right now and feed that meaty jones.