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Old 05-13-2011, 04:53 PM
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I just got done with a rack of ribs with some KC style sauce. They were tastey.
Man o Man, Thats my kind of ribs there. You and Wretched would be a serious barbecue cookoff. You may want to try some of this sauce sometime;
http://www.sweetbabyrays.com/
We found out about it several years back while in Charlotte for the races. They were giving it away around the souvenir stands. Now its in alot of the local stores.

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v8, thought you might like this;http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...w=1259&bih=575
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You may want to try some of this sauce sometime;
http://www.sweetbabyrays.com/
You mean this, Bro??? hahahahahaha
Been using it for several years now.
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They sell Sweet Baby Ray's here. I have a bottle of it. That's not what I used. I used a store brand KC style sauce. I let the sauce cook on the ribs for over 1 hour. I used brown sugar and Pappy's rub first.
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I got hooked on St. Louis Style Ribs but I would like to try your recipe also.
http://www.barbecueweb.com/bbq_ribs/...pare_ribs.html
The brown sugar touch sounds cool. Only thing I've used brown sugar on was a Ham.
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I have tried just about all the different BBQ sauces they sell in the stores. They hyped Cattleman's as being the most used. I have used different sauces that I thought were much better. The secret is how it's cooked and not any particular sauce. They sell most of the brands on sale for 99 cents a bottle.
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I agree - - - heck, I always doctor my sauce up anyhow and I'm sure you do also.
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They use brown sugar as part of the rub on lots of those TV BBQ shows. It does not burn as easy as you might think. I like the Pappy's because it's already mixed and one of those containers last a long time. I sprinkle on the Pappy's first and then sprinkle on the brown sugar and rub it in.
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I might be trying one of these out next week. I don't have to buy it but It will be brand new. http://www.biggreenegg.com
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Can't beat a deal like that- - - when I was in Academy Sports looking at that Smoker, I got to talking to a feller that has a Big Green Egg and he said he really liked his. He also said that he has a Barbeque Guru that he uses with it. I looked the Guru up and it's too pricey and tech for me.
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I would never buy one, I can't see how it would work any better than a Weber. I won't refuse to try it out. It has not been bought yet so it may end up being something else.
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That darn big green egg is interesting. I will stop and look (read that "drool") at one once in a while at the local hardware store. Looks like a fine tool. But I will be sticking with my much more affordable Weber.

I do know that I tossed out my propane "BBQ" a few years ago and went back to good old charcoal with a Weber (actually I have two) and they are the only way to go for REAL BBQ if you ask me.

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Yo'Nolan, I fixed some more bacon wrapped shrimp today via the Wiffy's request (she loves them thangs) Since the Wiffy don't do hot stuff,I put a sliver of roasted jalapeno and artifical crab meat inside of mine and they were the best I've fixed so far. Parboiled some tater halves and finished them on the grill along with some roasting ears in the husks and there were no leftovers. Thanks for the tip, Bro.
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I agree except mine are the Brinkman's !
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I have tried just about all the different BBQ sauces they sell in the stores. They hyped Cattleman's as being the most used. I have used different sauces that I thought were much better. The secret is how it's cooked and not any particular sauce. They sell most of the brands on sale for 99 cents a bottle.
I need to branch out with my BBQ sauce. I know it isn't BBQ but recently a niece of mine when to Louisiana for a little vacation and went to the Tabasco factory. She brought home some little samples of flavors they have. One of them was their green sauce. I have to tell you, I fell in love with this sauce, I just love the flavor, I put it on a lot of stuff that I never would have put another "hot sauce", it is really good.

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Funny story, I went out to buy it and couldn't find any. I went to store after store and couldn't find any. So I went on line and bought some, spending about $11 for a little bottle. Right after I made the order my wife calls me from the store asking if I had looked at that store I said yes and she says I am standing here looking at it. Seems I was looking in the Mexican food isle and not the regular old condiments isle. double . There it was for about $4 and I have now seen it at every one of those stores I had checked and didn't see it.

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Yo'Nolan, I fixed some more bacon wrapped shrimp today via the Wiffy's request (she loves them thangs) Since the Wiffy don't do hot stuff,I put a sliver of roasted jalapeno and artifical crab meat inside of mine and they were the best I've fixed so far. Parboiled some tater halves and finished them on the grill along with some roasting ears in the husks and there were no leftovers. Thanks for the tip, Bro.

I agree except mine are the Brinkman's !
That sounds so darn good! I can't do one today and tomorrow it is supposed to rain but I think I am going to have to have a BBQ tomorrow in the rain, your fixins sound too darn good. I MUST try them!

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