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Unread 08-16-2011, 04:48 PM   #1
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Default Commercial Injections, Rubs & Brines

We are stepping out and looking to use commercial products for our next contest. Is anyone willing to share what combinations of these different products they are using (Eg: Fab B + Bovine Bold = Brisket)?
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Unread 08-16-2011, 05:32 PM   #2
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Kosmos Q beef injection w/ a combination of The Rub Co. Santa Maria Style and Original. Kosmos enhances the juiciness and beefy flavor of the brisket while those rubs are more on the savory side with flavor profiles that work very well with beef. Worth a walk just about every time.
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Unread 08-16-2011, 05:35 PM   #3
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I am a big Dizzypig rubs fan. FOr brisket, Dizzypig Cowlick rub and Head Country bbq sauce. For chicken, Tsunamis spin and Blueshog. For pork, Dizzy Dust, and for ribs, heck take your choice, I like raging river.

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Unread 08-16-2011, 06:51 PM   #4
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cutting right to the chase there are ya?

for pork i used Kosmos injection. took 5th and 2nd and 20 something. i used SOW injection. i took 4th.

thats about the most help i can be cuz it's my only consistent category.

watch, now i'll tank it next comp.
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For Brisket I use a little hidden jewel, Dixie Meat Rub, Beef Rub: www.thebestmeatrub.com

For Chicken I use Plowboys Yard bird

Jacks Old South for Pork and Ribs
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Boogie, there is a lot of "beating around the smoker" that goes on around these parts. I thought WTH, I'll just ask!
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not these parts my friend.

i, as others here, offered their best.

use it as you see fit.

pm sent brother.
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A couple of popular combinations are:

Kosmo's Beef and Pork Injections along with his Cow Cover rub (for brisket) and Dirty Bird rub (for pork).

Butcher BBQ Beef Injections in combination with Plowboy's Bovine Bold rub (for brisket) and Yard Bird rub (for pork).

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How about Chicken JD - tell me what do you use on your chicken

Kosmos beef injection + Dixiedust + course ground pepper on Brisket.
Kosmos pork injection + The Slabs Kyle Style rub on Pork
.... Both are good combinations that I've seen do well in the past.
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Kroger apple juice, Flavorite sugar, Morton salt, Lea Perrins worcestershire sauce.........and yes I had to get the bottle out of the fridge to spell that.
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for brisket i'm liking butchers w/ prime dust and homebbq beef. for pork SOW and a modified patio dadio rub. for ribs home bbq. for chicken oakridge secret weapon marinated in a white sauce.
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Kroger apple juice, Flavorite sugar, Morton salt, Lea Perrins worcestershire sauce.........and yes I had to get the bottle out of the fridge to spell that.

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for brisket i'm liking butchers w/ prime dust and homebbq beef. for pork SOW and a modified patio dadio rub. for ribs home bbq. for chicken oakridge secret weapon marinated in a white sauce.
Marinated in white sauce - nice touch - what effect does that have on the skin? Curious, I've never tried it.. I can imagine the mayo base helping crisp the skin up for home chicken, but what does it do for comp chicken?
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it ruins the skin.

the meat is marinaded skin removed.

it adds a richness to the meat while tenderizing slightly.
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I love to share these secrets. I use 3Eyz rub on everything. Its that easy
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