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Unread 10-16-2011, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default Found a bunch of sauce and rub recipes online

I did a search for sauce and rub recipes online and found a bunch. I have not tried them all, but those I have tried are good. Some are unique.

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http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/at...8&d=1306891822
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Looks promising. Ive been wanting to try a cola sauce. Which sauce recipes have you tried?
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Nice. Many thanks for putting these together.

This caught my eye in one rub:

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• 1 teaspoon powdered smoke flavoring
Honestly not sure what that is supposed to be. Dehydrated liquid smoke?
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homemade sauces are the best thanks
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Nice. Many thanks for putting these together.

This caught my eye in one rub:



Honestly not sure what that is supposed to be. Dehydrated liquid smoke?
I would use smoked paprika...or just omit it because the smoke is in the meat. Avoid liquid smoke.
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Looks promising. Ive been wanting to try a cola sauce. Which sauce recipes have you tried?

Honey bourbon, Walter Jetton's, and I have scanned them and found common ingredients and made my own too.

Still want to try the root beer and the alabama white.
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Very nice! Thanks!
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Holey Catfish............... almost ran my printer out of ink..........
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I'm smoking my 2nd ever batch of pulled pork right now and want to try my hand at something other than Carolina Gold mustard sauce. Thanks!
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Thanks for the recipes.
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Thanks for the post.
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Thanks for posting these!
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Thanks.
I converted them to PDF files and saved to the desktop.
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I haven't tried all of these, so please report back on the ones you try. Don't be afraid to experiment and change up ingredients.

The first rub in the document has a couple added ingredients (noted so in parenthesis) that were a result of looking at other recipes and knowing my own tastes. It is fantastic on ribs or butts or pork steaks. A mustard slather ahead of time is a good idea.

My wife and I did a hybrid BBQ sauce too, but it is not in the sauce doc. I need get that added
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