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Old 04-28-2006, 07:08 AM   #11
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks!
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Old 04-28-2006, 07:12 AM   #12
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Looks awesome !

Wish I had some Morgan rub. :badgrin:
He said he only gave it to cool people and people in wheelchairs.
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks![/quote:204r3o0s]

Ok would ya believe it works on burgers as well kicked it up a knotch , am saving Cappy`s for my pork butt i got in the freezer.
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Old 04-28-2006, 07:25 AM   #14
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Looks real tastey!!!
I'm going steak shopping right Now
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Old 04-28-2006, 08:09 AM   #15
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Steaks look great dude...

I need to start taking more pictures when I cook.. Did a leg of Lamb on the rotiss on the gasser last night.. one of the best Leg of lambs I turned out. Made a marinade of fresh mint, basil, garlic and olive oil and black pepper... twas gooood.
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks![/quote:2j6vkj6l]
I even sprinkled it on popcorn the other night, good stuff
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks!
I even sprinkled it on popcorn the other night, good stuff [/quote:imqna6kq]
Try some on your nuts sometime. My wife loves em that way.
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks!
I even sprinkled it on popcorn the other night, good stuff
Try some on your nuts sometime. My wife loves em that way.[/quote:13i2w9d0]
That one never gets old. =D>
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Steaks look great dude...

I need to start taking more pictures when I cook.. Did a leg of Lamb on the rotiss on the gasser last night.. one of the best Leg of lambs I turned out. Made a marinade of fresh mint, basil, garlic and olive oil and black pepper... twas gooood.

If you don't take pics... Then it never really happened.
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it's still in development...it's only like 3 weeks old. I did it just for ribs, but used on butts last week. Can't believe Larry used it on steak.
It was better than you may have thought it would have been! I made Wolfe Rub for pork as well, but now I use it on just about everything including steaks!
I even sprinkled it on popcorn the other night, good stuff
Try some on your nuts sometime. My wife loves em that way.
That one never gets old. =D>[/quote:14hs5ybf] :lmao: :lmao:
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