Originally Posted by SirPorkaLot
As with everyone else I experiment with all different types of rubs and techniques, but when it comes to just making some bbq to eat and fill the freezer with future rations, I always go back to the techniques learned back home.
The more I try different things, the more I appreciate the KISS method!!!
The only way I was taught different than your approach is to salt right before putting the meat on and to also salt the skin. Other than that, that's the way it's done!
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