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Unread 01-28-2013, 07:31 AM   #16
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I mostly use the cheap mustard and then rub right before I place them on the drum. I sometimes let them sit for about 30 minutes prior to cooking. I would not let them sit overnight with the mustard on them.

I like the ideas in this thread and might try them soon.

Thanks for the idea's.
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Unread 01-28-2013, 07:47 AM   #17
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Quote:
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Peanut oil.
Peanut oil here too.
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Unread 01-28-2013, 08:41 AM   #18
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Olive oil.
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Nothing for me, I just apply the rub directly to the ribs.
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Olive Oil.
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I've done mine with and without the mustard, didn't really see any advantage to the mustard. Anymore I apply my rub within a couple hours of the cook, seems to work good for me.
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being on this topic lately I decided to put some vegitable oil on ribs (only oil I had). I dont know, I think it did something possitive but the one thing I noticed was one rack was almost completely void of a smoke rin and the other 2 racks were very lacking in ring.

coincidence?
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Interesting topic. I headed to work this morning only to find a slow day...Temps are supposed to hover around 70 here at home so I headed home and just threw the ribs on the smoker! I haven't been doing this too long but have always used mustard. I decided to follow a few others this time and go simple: salt, pepper, and a dash of rub.
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olive oil pam
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I have always used "Brown & Spicey mustard" coated on the ribs then my rub this is how someone had suggested it to be done! I was watching BBQ Pitmasters the other day and a guy out of KC add yellow mustard on top of the rub?? Of course he did not do very well.
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Yellow mustard sometimes. But not overnight.
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I use the cheapest vegetable oil i can find at the store. Been doing it this way for quite a few years now.
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I've always done just the rub. I've done it the night before and I've done it shortly before throwing them on the smoker with similar results.
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Never tried using a sticking agent. My experience is it has never been needed.
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I would suggest you NOT let your rub sit overnight. It will solve all your problems with bark.
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