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Unread 05-10-2010, 11:21 AM   #5896
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I cooked some baby backs yesterday and tried Blues Hog sauce for glaze. This is the first time I tried the sauce. Everyone liked them but, I have to admit, I am not a big fan of sweet sauces. If you like sweet BBQ sauces, you will like Blues Hog. I found that I prefer the Tennessee Red Blues Hog over the original. But, they sure did look good after I put the BH on them and let them cook for about another 30 minutes.

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Unread 05-10-2010, 11:52 AM   #5897
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that looks sexy my friend!
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Unread 05-10-2010, 01:26 PM   #5898
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hi all . new here ,stumbled acr0ssed this thread looking to build a UDS.
i scored a old 22 inch weber this weekend and bought my other hardware . my Question is where is a good place to get the 3/4 inch expaned metal/

appreciate any help
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juggs, alot of people find it at home depot, lowes or menards. Whichever suits your fancy.
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Nice ribs. Never tried the TN Red sauce, might have to now that mention the diff.
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A welding shop or a metal fabricating place should have some "drops", or cut-offs you can use. Just picked up a 26X31" piece of the heavy expando and a 26X31" piece of 14 gauge steel for $30 at a welding shop. Cheaper than the BigBox stores and cut to size to boot!
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juggs, alot of people find it at home depot, lowes or menards. Whichever suits your fancy.
thank you , i did look at menards but did not see it , i will check home depot
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No standard price. As best as I can remember, we have seen anywhere from $25-40 dollars reported on here.
I just got a quote of $125. Burn baby burn.
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I cooked some baby backs yesterday and tried Blues Hog sauce for glaze. This is the first time I tried the sauce. Everyone liked them but, I have to admit, I am not a big fan of sweet sauces. If you like sweet BBQ sauces, you will like Blues Hog. I found that I prefer the Tennessee Red Blues Hog over the original. But, they sure did look good after I put the BH on them and let them cook for about another 30 minutes.

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Based on their FAQ, I think you'll be just fine. It's good for a continuous 500 degrees. Also interesting is that you can thin it down with acetone or lacquer thinner to get it to flow more easily, and it's microwave safe. ;-)

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armor,

Lol, they weren't as sweet as they looked. The glaze was made with BH, some butter, and some spice which makes it look really thick. It was just really shiny.
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First fitting of my weber top. The top two inches of the weber base are bolted inside the drum top. The weber top does not touch the drum it's self!


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Nice build you got going there! How snug does the lower portion fit into the drum? I know putting the 2" section of the lower weber kettle makes for a nice sealing surface... and the lid can still be used on another weber if need be.

I will do the same on my next one! you can't just have one UDS you know.....
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