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Unread 10-11-2006, 02:22 PM   #31
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I think I need to play around more with the Fab B to get used to it. It's just tough to have 2 briskets side by side and clearly prefer one over the other, but turn in the one I don't like as well.
I know what you mean..
but on the other hand I never cook bbq at home the way I do at a comp
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Unread 10-11-2006, 02:28 PM   #32
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Bill, I agree... But when I have 2 things side by side, I think there's a difference between saying I do this for comp and that for home vs. saying I think this one is not as good. One is different by equal, the other is different and not equal.

I don't add as much sweet to my ribs at home, but I still think my ribs are pretty good for comps. I just happen to think Fab B vs. my other injection isn't as good. I think what I'll try next weekend is one brisket with about 1/4 the Fab B Lite I would expect to use and see how that goes.
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Bill, I agree... But when I have 2 things side by side, I think there's a difference between saying I do this for comp and that for home vs. saying I think this one is not as good. One is different by equal, the other is different and not equal.

I don't add as much sweet to my ribs at home, but I still think my ribs are pretty good for comps. I just happen to think Fab B vs. my other injection isn't as good. I think what I'll try next weekend is one brisket with about 1/4 the Fab B Lite I would expect to use and see how that goes.
Since it's not obvious from the above discussions...we use Fab-B and P mixed into our normal injection...we do not use FAB by itself.
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fyi.. just some other threads on the Injecting discussions.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...light=FAB+beef

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...eef#post175717
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Salt, pepper ,rub and sauce is all we use and have had good success
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Bill, I agree... But when I have 2 things side by side, I think there's a difference between saying I do this for comp and that for home vs. saying I think this one is not as good. One is different by equal, the other is different and not equal.

I don't add as much sweet to my ribs at home, but I still think my ribs are pretty good for comps. I just happen to think Fab B vs. my other injection isn't as good. I think what I'll try next weekend is one brisket with about 1/4 the Fab B Lite I would expect to use and see how that goes.
understood..heck we have taken a first in brisket just with rub ..i should have said we get more consistent scores with fab b
plenty of teams winning without it..
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Or you could ask your butcher for more beefer tasting
brisket.. That's what lunchmeat did.

Sully

Sully is giving out Lunchmeat secrets! (gets out notebook)

How about a chicken tip?
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Sully is giving out Lunchmeat secrets! (gets out notebook)

How about a chicken tip?
Chicken tipping? Doesn't seem to have the impact of cow tipping but...
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Wink secrets lunchmeat has secrets??

Hey Chris

I wish we knew what you guys know..
we are humbled next to Ique, you guys kick our
ass' on a regular basis. Maybe you will share some of
Ique secrets?? Congrates on your showing at the Royal.
Ique kicks butt...Again.. Good luck at the Jack. show them
southerners New Englanders can cook some kick ass BBQ..

Sully

P.S. secret mayo is better then miracle whip on brisket...
shhh don't tell anyone..


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Good to see some New Englanders out here...
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