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Old 05-09-2013, 08:51 PM   #46
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This was my first taste of BP's "Money" rub. I loved it! Thanks again BP!

Seasoned and into the drum with a kiss of mesquite...



When almost ready to pull the brisket I browned some bacon, sautéed onions, green chilies, garlic and tomatoes in the bacon drippings. Then added cooked pintos, seasoned with salt pepper and cayenne and placed the skillet in the drum to catch some smoke too.



The drum stayed at 275F for the whole cook. I didn't take the IT of the brisket, just pulled it when it was probe tender.
Then let it set while getting other things ready.



Had to have a taste!





Drizzled the sammich with some Billy Sims Boot Kickin sauce...





I really like the BPS "Money" rub. Hope to give it a try on some other things soon.

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I have been rockin' BPS stuff on EVERYTHING sing I started up the new SS EDS.

Pork chops? Jallelujah bacon rub with Happy Endings.

Brisket for my run at Wampus' brisket chili? Jallelujah Bacon Rub with Money Rub.

Porterhouse Steak? Jallelujah Bacon rub, Money Rub, and Happy Endings. CANNOT go wrong.
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:28 PM   #47
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Nicely done! Looks fantastic!
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Old 05-09-2013, 10:17 PM   #48
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Man that looks good! Had some awful ribs from a friends restaurant tonight, he must have let the new guy cook. Need to show him some of your threads! "Now boy that's how it's supposed to look"
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Cowgirl,

I have been rockin' BPS stuff on EVERYTHING sing I started up the new SS EDS.

Pork chops? Jallelujah bacon rub with Happy Endings.

Brisket for my run at Wampus' brisket chili? Jallelujah Bacon Rub with Money Rub.

Porterhouse Steak? Jallelujah Bacon rub, Money Rub, and Happy Endings. CANNOT go wrong.
Thanks for the ideas! I have the rubs sitting here, hope to use them soon!

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Nicely done! Looks fantastic!
Troy, thanks!

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Man that looks good! Had some awful ribs from a friends restaurant tonight, he must have let the new guy cook. Need to show him some of your threads! "Now boy that's how it's supposed to look"
Thanks for the nice comment Whistler!
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:51 PM   #50
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Nice lookin' plate as usual Jeanie!

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Old 05-10-2013, 04:41 AM   #51
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Your cook pics always get my mouth a watering.
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Looks good!
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Fantastico!
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