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Unread 05-04-2013, 11:12 PM   #16
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not sure I'd call that a summer supply maybe a month;) but looking good!! O and looking forward to kick your but at tomorrow Talladega crap shoot!

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Ohhh yea!!
Them's fightin words there
I can't wait to see what happens tomorrow!

As far as all that rub and sauce.
I smoked one rack of Baby back ribs today on the old kamado.
Put a light coat of EVOO on the ribs.
Sprinkled with peppered cow.
Wrapped it in plastic food wrap.
Smoked at 220 for 2 hrs.
Sprayed with apple juice and smoked for 1 more hr.
Coated with Tennessee red 2 times in 30 min.
Pulled and sliced.
Wrapped in tinfoil, towel and dropped in cooler while I prepared mashed potatoes and vegetables.
Put everything out on the table.
We ate and they were incredible!
My go to rub for pork ribs has allot of brown sugar in it and to taste how great these were without all the sugar was great! I thought they might be a bit spicy for my wife but she loved them as well.
So I think I'm going to be doing my ribs like this for awhile.
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Mighty Fine! I too am doing ribs tomorrow. Just can't figure out which SM to use. Thinking about apple spice with pecan smoke.

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Looking good Toast!
That's what I did at first is order all the different rubs.
I like them all. But when it came down to making a reorder. I saw that my peppered cow was gone first. That told me something and I fell in love with the Tennessee red sauce.

No brainier on my reorder for me.
I have never used that combination on pork so I was real surprised with the results.
Just DAM GOOD!

I was hooked on my old rub that I always made.
It's real good but it has so much sugar.
I'm so happy that this worked out and does not have all that sugar in it yet still tastes awesome.

Another good rub.
If you can get your hands on big Misters Chicken Scratch. That's the best rub I've ever had for chicken.
Let us know what you choose Toast!!
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