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Old 03-19-2013, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default Hoochie Mama wings.......

Bought another rub and decided to try it on some chicken wings...gotta say it was mighty tasty.....cooked'em indirect on the old weber and they came out fantastic.....good stuff....
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:49 PM   #2
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Dang.......was hoping see pics of a Hoochie Mamma licking a wing bone.........
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I've never seen that rub before but I see it is made in Texas. What else have you used it on?
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Looks delicious!
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I like the Hoochie Momma on chicken. Mix it up with some Italian dressing to make a lather to go under and over the chicken skin.
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I've never seen that rub before but I see it is made in Texas. What else have you used it on?
I've used it on beef cross cut ribs a few weeks ago and it was very good....I want to try it on a brisket....
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