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View Poll Results: ribs or chicken. which is sweeter?
ribs 56 86.15%
chicken 9 13.85%
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Unread 07-07-2011, 08:01 AM   #1
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Default which is a more candied turn-in. chicken or ribs?

just wondering, for KCBS, which meat do you find has a sweeter flavor, generally speaking?

chicken or ribs?
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Ribs for sure.
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It's a no brainer....ribs for sure. Judges want candy on a bone.
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Normally I'd agree with y'all, but this year I've seen more candied chicken (honey-based in particular) than ribs come across the table.
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is anyone experementing with actual candying techniques? i was thinking of packing ribs in sugar overnight like a straight sugar cure. also was thinking of using glazes like on candy apples.
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is anyone experementing with actual candying techniques? i was thinking of packing ribs in sugar overnight like a straight sugar cure. also was thinking of using glazes like on candy apples.
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is anyone experementing with actual candying techniques? i was thinking of packing ribs in sugar overnight like a straight sugar cure. also was thinking of using glazes like on candy apples.
What if you cut the ribs after cooking and then dunked them in a candy apple glaze...think of the color that would give!

You try it first and let me know how that works out for you.
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is anyone experementing with actual candying techniques? i was thinking of packing ribs in sugar overnight like a straight sugar cure.
Yes, something like that is being done. No question. Think sugar cure.
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When judging, I usually find more sweetness on the chicken than the ribs, although there have been some ribs almost dripping with a syrup type sauce.

Personally, I'd rather have sweet chicken than sweet ribs. And DEFINETELY DON'T sweeten the pork or brisket!!!
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For my money it's salty / spicy / sweet chicken and what Todd said about ribs.
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I agree with both, but that was not an option.
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I agree with candy on a stick for ribs. I have been trying more of a spicy chicken and have had mixed reviews but have gotten calls. We have got calls more times than not with the chicken but a bit inconsistant.
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Yes, something like that is being done. No question. Think sugar cure.
interesting. can you share how they have been received by the judges?
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Ribs ...no brainer
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