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Unread 04-25-2007, 03:02 PM   #1
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I've actually never tried the recipe. Thinking of trying it this week. Is the mop worth doing along with the recipe? Anyone try it both ways, and was there much difference?
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I've actually never tried the recipe. Thinking of trying it this week. Is the mop worth doing along with the recipe? Anyone try it both ways, and was there much difference?
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Is there a recipe here somewhere that i am missing???
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It's in Smoke and Spice as I recall.
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Thrillin..come on dude...quit playing hide the recipe. It's probably there and I need a 5th grader to find it for me.
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It's in Smoke and Spice as I recall.
Page 53. I haven't tried it. Looks good.
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Thrillin..come on dude...quit playing hide the recipe. It's probably there and I need a 5th grader to find it for me.
Guys, the "Renowned Mr. Brown" is the name of the recipe for butt. Here's the rundown:
http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/pork2.html
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Guys, the "Renowned Mr. Brown" is the name of the recipe for butt. Here's the rundown:
http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/pork2.html
With a name like "renowned Mr. Brown," need to make sure we we aren't dealing with anything that will induce potty humor Don't want some of us to go on a Great White hunt.
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I use this recipe regularly when smoking butts. I used the mop on the first batch and haven't used it since. I didn't recognize any difference.
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Guys, the "Renowned Mr. Brown" is the name of the recipe for butt. Here's the rundown:
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Thanks! Maybe 4th grader?
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It's great on butts! You get a nice spicy bark with it. My family does not go for the hot/spicy stuff, so I have to go the sweet route to keep the peace, but I love it and keep some on hand and when I do more than one butt Mr.Brown is all over it! Have not tried the mop, but I should start experimenting with some.

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Did the Mr. Brown rub a couple of times. First time was way too peppery for us. Cut the pepper in half and it was just fine for us here.
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I use it most of the time I'm doing butts. I use the mop about half the time, couldn't really tell a difference.
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