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Old 02-14-2020, 02:46 AM   #1
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My wife has always LOVED my smoked pork belly with Killer Hogs The BBQ Rub so I thought it would be cool to make a video & have her blind test a recipe that also featured Meat Church's Honey Hog rub. The difference in flavor between the two recipes pleasantly surprised me.*

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Old 02-14-2020, 03:40 AM   #2
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Good video,
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Nice video. I would be happy with either. Never done a pork belly, but it's definitely on the to do list.
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Great video ... everyday is a great day for bbq-ing ..... I'll eat them both !!!
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Fantastic Ken. Love the video and this has inspired me to try either of these approaches for pork belly burnt ends soon.

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That was a great video...thanks for sharing!! I have always made mine using Butchers Honey Rub and Blues Hog as well, come out perfect every time, never have any left!!
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Thanks for the share. I'm inspired!
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Nice video. I would be happy with either. Never done a pork belly, but it's definitely on the to do list.
Think of fluffy pieces of bacon dipped in something sweet & your favorite BBQ sauce. It’s worth trying!
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Fantastic Ken. Love the video and this has inspired me to try either of these approaches for pork belly burnt ends soon.

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Both recipes are winners, you can’t go wrong with either one!
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