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Old 12-04-2012, 02:51 PM   #31
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Nicely done Bucc!
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:15 PM   #32
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Fine looking ribs sir!
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Those look great! Did you notice on the bottle that the "Texas" Pete is made right here in North Carolina?
I did indeed.
I have not tasted many BBQ sauces yet, but the Shark Attack that Boshizzle posted the recipe for was sensational, the vinegar bite with the heat matched rich pork so well.
I have had commercial sauces called Baby Ray's I think, I know it is so popular but we found it cloying and sweet.
We generally want the meat to star so are not into using the meat as a delivery system for other overpowering flavours and I think the Texas Pete is along the Shark Attack lines of approach.
It cuts and contributes without taking away from the flavour of the meat.
Does this mean The Carolina's have the best BBQ?
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:04 PM   #34
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Fine looking ribs sir!
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:05 PM   #35
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I did indeed.
I have not tasted many BBQ sauces yet, but the Shark Attack that Boshizzle posted the recipe for was sensational, the vinegar bite with the heat matched rich pork so well.
I have had commercial sauces called Baby Ray's I think, I know it is so popular but we found it cloying and sweet.
We generally want the meat to star so are not into using the meat as a delivery system for other overpowering flavours and I think the Texas Pete is along the Shark Attack lines of approach.
It cuts and contributes without taking away from the flavour of the meat.
Does this mean The Carolina's have the best BBQ?
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Absolutely without a doubt. I thought everybody already knew that?
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I did indeed.
I have not tasted many BBQ sauces yet, but the Shark Attack that Boshizzle posted the recipe for was sensational, the vinegar bite with the heat matched rich pork so well.
I have had commercial sauces called Baby Ray's I think, I know it is so popular but we found it cloying and sweet.
We generally want the meat to star so are not into using the meat as a delivery system for other overpowering flavours and I think the Texas Pete is along the Shark Attack lines of approach.
It cuts and contributes without taking away from the flavour of the meat.
Does this mean The Carolina's have the best BBQ?
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Watch it! Shack Sauce is inspired by a 19th century Virginia BBQ cook named Shack, not NC.

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