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Old 09-17-2006, 03:57 PM   #1
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Larry, mark this day

Judging from the posts a record amount of Wolfe Rub was used today. I used up the rest of my Bold sample on a brisket that is currently on my WSM. Is the Bold Rub on the market now? I didn't see it on your web site.

Her's a pic of the brisket. I figured since the smoker is at work, why not throw on some brats for lunch.

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Old 09-17-2006, 04:15 PM   #2
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I was waiting for someone to do a bold brisket!
I'll bet it works great on it Griff
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Old 09-17-2006, 04:16 PM   #3
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Judging from the posts a record amount of Wolfe Rub was used today. I used up the rest of my Bold sample on a brisket that is currently on my WSM. Is the Bold Rub on the market now? I didn't see it on your web site.


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No kidding Griff!!! Thank all of you for posting the results of your cooks with the new Wolfe Rub Bold. I hope the Bold is on the market by November at the latest! It's definitely taking off alot faster than I ever expected! I'm really pushing my co-packer to get it done as quickly as possible. Scotty's been working very hard on the new labels, which look fantastic! Thanks Scotty!! As soon as the nutrional analysis is done, the rubs should be ready for bottling!! I'll try to keep everyone updated of the progress!!
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I'm thinking the BOLD will be the keystone for Wolferub BBQ Seasoning LLC. Truly a fabulous thang ! Proud to be a part of it Larry.
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Old 09-17-2006, 07:49 PM   #5
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I was waiting for someone to do a bold brisket!
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Puff, I did one 2 weeks ago and it was fantastic! I used it this morning n a couple of rag steaks and its great on those. They have lots of nooks and cranies for the rub to go into.
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Old 09-17-2006, 08:38 PM   #6
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I was waiting for someone to do a bold brisket!
I'll bet it works great on it Griff
Puff, I did one 2 weeks ago and it was fantastic! I used it this morning n a couple of rag steaks and its great on those. They have lots of nooks and cranies for the rub to go into.
I'm telling you that Wolfe boy is on to something
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Old 09-17-2006, 08:39 PM   #7
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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I made country style steak and gravy last night.... leftovers for tomorrow night. Mmmmmmmmmm
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Learned my new thing for the day........

rag steak = cube steak

never heard rag steak before. [smilie=dancing_cow.gif]
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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I made country style steak and gravy last night.... leftovers for tomorrow night. Mmmmmmmmmm
Where's the pics?
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Nick

What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I made country style steak and gravy last night.... leftovers for tomorrow night. Mmmmmmmmmm
Where's the pics?[/quote:38d5w7ae]

I'll take pics of the leftovers.
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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I've never heard that phrase before. Thanks.

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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I've never heard that phrase before. Thanks.

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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I've never heard that phrase before. Thanks.

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I'm from LI, what can I tell you![/quote:67raicg9]

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What's a rag steak?

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Cube steak or minute steak? Ring a bell?
I've never heard that phrase before. Thanks.

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Don't you mean, "What ELSE can I tell you"?[/quote:3a3m2hac]

No, I mean what can I tell you! Why?
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