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Unread 02-07-2013, 03:18 PM   #16
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great story!
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Unread 02-07-2013, 03:24 PM   #17
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Good story, maybe he thought he knew you?!
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Unread 02-07-2013, 03:35 PM   #18
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I don’t know but I think it was timing – he needed help - I was there and I would like to think I did not look or act insane though my wife might disagree.

My point though was I did not see him use Tiger Sauce and his sauce was in unmarked bottles. When I ate the ribs I do not have the vocabulary to tell you how perfectly “balanced” the taste was. Nothing really stood out – it was like it all fit perfect. Savory with no back taste at all. I did not taste any real heat. The other thing that stood out to me was how “wet” his sauce was like it was almost set but not dripping.

I know some comp cooks go for that “impact” bite but not these ribs. Smooth – very smooth taste.
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Does he use any BBQ sauce after he takes them out? What happens in his motorhome is also part of the unknown.
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Unread 02-07-2013, 04:02 PM   #20
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He wasn’t cooking in his motor home this comp and he said he slept in the Hotel across the street the night before because the group across from him was really loud.

He sauced his ribs twice – once after he unwrapped them and again about 20 minutes before he cut and boxed them. I think he let his smoker run on down because the length of time he kept them in there sauced seemed to me should have burned the sauce at cooking temps.
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Awesome.
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This has been a fun read! I'd love to meet him.
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Great story!
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Great story. So he didn't use the Tiger Sauce?
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I think it was the first season of BBQ Pitmasters when Trigg took that young gun under his belt to teach him. I remember him saying that bottled sauce has been perfected and that he uses a mixture of these on his ribs. Of course he did not say what that mixture was.
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I know Trigg's recipe and I know Tuffy's recipe and I can tell you that there is more of Trigg in his recipe and Tuffy in his recipe than can be reproduced. You can get close, but you won't nail it no matter how much honey, brown sugar, Parkay, or Tiger sauce you use.

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Absolutely cool all the way around. I use Tiger Sauce occasionally in my foiled ribs, depends on the comp, or on the guests I'm having over at the house.
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Quote:
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I know Trigg's recipe and I know Tuffy's recipe and I can tell you that there is more of Trigg in his recipe and Tuffy in his recipe than can be reproduced. You can get close, but you won't nail it no matter how much honey, brown sugar, Parkay, or Tiger sauce you use.
True mark of a champion. He can give away all of his secrets, and people will pay BIG money to get them, but they still won't be the same.

I'd like to think the same of myself, but I haven't given away any recipes yet. Maybe when I start winning.
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That is a great story - any show I have ever watched with Johnny Trigg in it he seemed like a stand-up fella. I read a few threads talking about Trigg's rib recipie and all of them featured the Tiger Sauce. Being a fan of the sauce myself I have tried the Trigg method twice and been very satisfied each time.
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I know Triggs recipe and have cooked them a thousand times if I've cooked them once. I've nailed them exactly once. I've won a few bucks and trophies with being close though! The time I nailed em I got 1st of 62 with nobody close in points.
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