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Unread 05-08-2013, 01:01 AM   #16
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I'd eat some if I had some lol,
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I really really liked it! Hope you give it a try. I also used the "Happy Endings" rub today, it was excellent too.
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Oifmarine, Thanks!!! :)
With a "money" rub and a "Happy Ending" it sound like something one might get in Thailand!!!!!
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Looks killer!
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BPS Money rub is awesome, it is my favorite to use on pork ribs. Also try the BPS Double Secret Steak rub in your hamburgers, it is heavenly.
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Looks great as always, Jeanie!

I have a container of, "Money" Rub and a container of Butcher BBQ rub. Going to try them both on a couple of butts this weekend!

One of these days, I'll get one of those smart phone thingies or a camera and will finally prove that I do actually cook!
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I can't think of a better way to start the day than looking at your cook thread and TQ's new build thread. Thanks for sharing & your thoughts on Money, probably going to need to try some.
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I started using Money about 4 briskets ago. I tried it the first time for a brisket I did for a guy at my work.

He kept raving about the taste of the spices, as he called it

So on the next one for my family, I used it instead of my usual S&P

now its my go to rub for brisket.
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I think its time to run to sams and pick up a brisket cause now I have the craving for one.
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I think its time to run to sams and pick up a brisket cause now I have the craving for one.
I am having burnt ends for lunch

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Looks like a great cook - you never disapoint Cowgirl.

Would you mind sharing the recipe for those bean???? ..... pretty please?
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always great
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Thanks everybody!

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Looks great! It's making me hungry. I noticed the Cowgirl grate, did you have it custom made?
Bob thanks! Brethren Matt from Meyer Metal Works made the grate...
http://www.meyermetalworks.com/BBQ_STUFF.php
more pics.. http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/...ds-custom.html

He does excellent work! The grate is heavy duty too.

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very nice brisket Jeanie. love the beans also.
Good to see ya Sparky, Thanks!

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Looks great. We are big fans of BPS Money Rub here. I could eat the stuff right out of the bottle for a snack.
I think I could too! lol Thanks!

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BPS Money rub is awesome, it is my favorite to use on pork ribs. Also try the BPS Double Secret Steak rub in your hamburgers, it is heavenly.
I love the Double Secret Steak Rub too. Thanks about the pork rib idea, I will give it a try!

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Looks great as always, Jeanie!

I have a container of, "Money" Rub and a container of Butcher BBQ rub. Going to try them both on a couple of butts this weekend!

One of these days, I'll get one of those smart phone thingies or a camera and will finally prove that I do actually cook!
Pat I believe ya, you don't need pics to convince me that your a great cook.
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Shoot, the last one I cooked was last summer! http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=135215


Obviously you haven't lost your touch.

Is it a savory or sweet or a combo rub?
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I can't think of a better way to start the day than looking at your cook thread and TQ's new build thread. Thanks for sharing & your thoughts on Money, probably going to need to try some.
Dave thank you! You are a kind friend.

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I started using Money about 4 briskets ago. I tried it the first time for a brisket I did for a guy at my work.

He kept raving about the taste of the spices, as he called it

So on the next one for my family, I used it instead of my usual S&P

now its my go to rub for brisket.
Great ButtBurner! I am a S&P brisket woman, but this stuff was so good, I'm sure I will be using it on the next one too. Thanks!

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Looks like a great cook - you never disapoint Cowgirl.

Would you mind sharing the recipe for those bean???? ..... pretty please?
John thank you!
I brown bacon in a skillet, remove and add minced onions to the drippings, minced garlic, green chilies (fresh or canned), about 1 cup of chopped tomatoes (optional), added cooked pintos, seasoned with salt and pepper. Also sometimes I add cayenne or red pepper flakes if the chilies aren't hot enough.
I like to heat them in the smoker, they take on the smoke fairly well.
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I think its time to run to sams and pick up a brisket cause now I have the craving for one.
Good luck with it NorthernMN, hope you take pics!


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Obviously you haven't lost your touch.

Is it a savory or sweet or a combo rub?
Thanks Guerry!

The rub has a sweetness to it but not overly so. I just took another taste of it for you... hmmm.. it has some heat too.
I guess I'd call it a combo rub.
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