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Unread 07-04-2012, 09:12 AM   #1
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Default Fruit Flavors on Ribs

Hi,

We've been working on an apple flavor profile for our ribs and I like the way they've been turning out, but lately I've been thinking about cherry.

If you try to layer some fruit flavors in your ribs, what fruit do you use?

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It's my opinion, that fruiting BBQ is like fruiting a beer, ya don't do it.
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I use apple
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I have a Cherry recipe for ribs. Used it at a comp a couple of weeks ago and got a tie for 5th. My wife loves them, too sweet for me though.
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Cherry wood for color and mellow smoke taste is as far as I go on ribs.
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It's my opinion, that fruiting BBQ is like fruiting a beer, ya don't do it.
i agree with this almost one thousand percent...

look at patio daddio's chicken drumstick sauce recipe. switch out grape jelly for a cherry jelly, jam, preserve, and dayum, you've got a good sauce for ribs.

for beer, belgiums lindemans lambic is pretty darn good. kreik being my fave.
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Rasberry Chipolte makes for some fine eating.Try on poultry and many other things as well as ribs. Next finish glazes in the works are- Black and Red Rasberry with different peppers, New Mexico probably, Elderberry, Blackberry with Chipolte. Have on hand Cherry,Chocolate Flake- Chipolte and Plum- Habenaro and Apricot -Jalapeno. All are delicous and homemade. Blues Hog Rasberry Chipolte rocks for a store bought product. Plums and Pork have been traced all the way back to the Romans I've been told. Always looking for quality preserves. Steve.
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Try Durian in your rib glaze. The judges all agree there is nothing like it!
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What is durian?
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i did some ribs yesterday with cherry and pecan wood......i think im going to stick with oak, just cant beat it

i do use cherry if i smoke burgers and really like it on that
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Cherry Jello.

Add a little to your rub, gives a nice red color and depending on the quantity a hint of fruitiness. Try it out some time, I promise.
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I use an apple jelly / corn syrup glaze with rub in it.
smoke 'em with persimmon wood chunks.
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I mix in some cherry preserves with BBQ sauce for another level of flavor.
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It's my opinion, that fruiting BBQ is like fruiting a beer, ya don't do it.
But I actually LIKE fruiting some beers Podge!
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