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Unread 07-15-2012, 10:06 AM   #1
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Is there any other sauce being used besides BH....?
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Unread 07-15-2012, 10:11 AM   #2
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how many packets of arby's sauce does it take?
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I judged the Kettering OH, contest yesterday and BH was on each of the 4 meats that I judged. I had 4 boxes at my table for each meat and BH was on about 1/3+ of all of the meats presented to me. I like BH, but frankly was getting tired of it. I actually began to look forward to judging meats that were not slathered with it. I knew that I would get BH, but I was surprised just how prevalent it was. When judging on Taste, of course I considered how the elements of rub/seasoning, smoke, and sauce worked in harmony to impact the flavor of the meat and did not allow any personal feelings relating to BH impact my scoring.

BTW As a competitive cook I too am "guilty" of relying on BH.
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I cooked at Kettering yesterday, and I can tell you that 2/3 of our calls did not contain BH including the 1st place pork and 2nd place chicken...Ribs, we do use a slight amount of BH blended with other sauces. Ohio sure did love our food yesterday... except our brisket... not sure what happened there same recipe took 2nd place less than a month ago
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What in the heck is BH?
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BigJT...did you just use Draper's on the brisket? We got a comment card that is was too peppery...
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No sauce on brisket... but that was probably my problem LOL
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Ok I just have to say it. Why in the world would you enter in a comp and use a store bought sauce on your food. If you are using store bought sauces and rubs then you can not call it your own. In my opinion a true pit master would come up with his own recipes. Like the judge said above he gets tired of tasting the same old sauce. Half the fun to cooking is the recipe development process. Turn the corner and be a pioneer. Happy smoking!
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Ok I just have to say it. Why in the world would you enter in a comp and use a store bought sauce on your food. If you are using store bought sauces and rubs then you can not call it your own. In my opinion a true pit master would come up with his own recipes. Like the judge said above he gets tired of tasting the same old sauce. Half the fun to cooking is the recipe development process. Turn the corner and be a pioneer. Happy smoking!
While i agree with your statement, im not spending $700 a weekend to be a pioneer, i do that in my off time. I use both store bought and home made injections, rubs, and sauces. Why try to reinvent the wheel with a rub or sauce when there are soooo many that have tried and true rubs. I use 2-4 combos of different rubs and sauces for different catagories. I cook these recipes at least once a week in the summer, just because a store bought sauce is used doesnt mean that i havent used it as a base for my own.
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Ok I just have to say it. Why in the world would you enter in a comp and use a store bought sauce on your food. If you are using store bought sauces and rubs then you can not call it your own. In my opinion a true pit master would come up with his own recipes. Like the judge said above he gets tired of tasting the same old sauce. Half the fun to cooking is the recipe development process. Turn the corner and be a pioneer. Happy smoking!
Why try and reinvent the wheel?
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There is a great sauce out called
Wades Favorite Apple Chipotle and
Wades Favorite Orange and Spice
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Agreed. I too love to create and play around with my own recipes. I love my strawberry tewuilla bbq sauce, but i also don't want to spend an ass ton of money at a comp and not get rewarded! It took me awhile to realize that every team is using the same ingredients in some sort...I too agree, why and reinvent the wheel when it is already out there.
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