All things BBQ (Spice, Rubs, Marinade, Slather) Compeitions, Recipes

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Need a simple, easy BBQ rub and also info on BBQ smoking

Started by Chris MacPherson. Last reply by Chris MacPherson Feb 6, 2009. 5 Replies

Brisket BBQ

Started by Adam R. Cox. Last reply by Adam R. Cox Aug 14, 2008. 3 Replies

Herbes de Provence

Started by Adam R. Cox Jun 28, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by Keith Bernhardt on August 16, 2008 at 10:07pm
I love BBQ especially Ribs, chicken and brisket. Occasionally a good steak. Adore BBQ sauce, as well.

It is interesting, but if you go to a steakhouse, seldom can you get bbq sauce.

I ate bbq sauce even before I knew of A1 or heinz 57.

Comment by Keith Bernhardt on August 16, 2008 at 10:05pm

Have you ever tried "Show Me" BBQ Sauce ? It's a Columbia MO concoction and really good. I don't know how far it gets in Missouri, but it is really good.
Comment by Sharon Kuntz on July 23, 2008 at 4:41am
Hi there. Is anyone out there is using a commercial BBQ sauce as a base or on its own? If so, what brand do you recommend? I'm also wondering if you're adding any unexpected ingredients to it to make it more signature. Thanks!

Comment by John McGrath on June 28, 2008 at 12:33pm
Thank you for inviting me to BbQ, Adam, I look forward o seeing your photos and commentary. Please send me a note when you post them. It will remind me to spend a little more time in reading past postings to catch up to everyone.
I look forward to this Adam. Thank you and have fun. Best. - John
Comment by Sausan on June 27, 2008 at 9:27am
Hi, Sam... I get calls for whole roasted lamb myself.
Comment by Cooking Up A Story on June 27, 2008 at 7:56am
Thanks, Adam! The guys on the video are amazing...and so is their food!!! Jeff Stehney runs Oklahoma Joe's in Kansas City, Terry Black (from video short) of Super Smokers in St. Louis, and Mike 'Sarge' Davis started Whole Hog Cafe (which is now a franchise) in Little Rock, Arkansas. These guys know their stuff and were great in sharing some of their secrets on the whole DVD. If anyone is ever in the towns mentioned in this post, I HIGHLY recommend visiting their restaurants. Tell 'em I said hello =)
Comment by Adam R. Cox on June 27, 2008 at 7:45am
Rebecca: I actually looked at that link awhile ago and I want to get a copy of both, so I will be buying it. It looks so great!
Comment by Cooking Up A Story on June 27, 2008 at 7:32am
BBQ is awesome! I have to admit I don't bbq myself (husband's domain, and that's OK!), but I LOVE to eat it. Ribs are at the top, pulled pork is a close second. Wait, a slow cooked brisket is hard to top! OH, OH, who has had bacon freshly pulled off a whole hog just out of the cooker? That's good eating. Ok, I'll stop. I'm getting hungry for BBQ, and it's 7:30am!!! Glad this group is here. Thanks to Adam for pulling it together.
Here's a link to a short video I just posted: Learn How To BBQ Championship Ribs from the Champs
Happy Summer to all!

Comment by Oscar M. Gayer on June 23, 2008 at 1:02pm
pork butt, brisket and short ribs, st louis ribs, baby back, slow and low is the way to go




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