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Old 01-24-2005, 06:46 AM   #1
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Hey Big Al, yeah man post the reciepe for sticky ribs!! Sorry I can't help you with your questions. Hope you and your wife have a happy birthday, glad to see your back at work!
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Old 01-24-2005, 09:41 AM   #2
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Liquid smoke is like not great! I use 1 tsp in my bbq sauce but not in anything else. Let's face it, when you taste a bottle brand, the first thing that wacks you tatse buds (or at least my tatse buds) is liquid smoke...icky!
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Old 01-24-2005, 07:20 PM   #3
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Al, you might be thinking of second hand smoke!
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Al, you might be thinking of second hand smoke!
Second hand liquid smoke, that is nasty.
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Old 01-25-2005, 10:18 AM   #5
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Speaking of liquid smoke...

We used to make liquid smoke as teens and twenty somethings.
You put a combusable substance in a chamber, there's a tube that tranverses from the chamber to a larger chamber partly filled with liquid. You light the combustable substance and apply a vacuum to the open end of the larger chamber. The vacuum draws the smoke through the liquid, thus imparting the characteristics of the smoke into the liquid.

Also... The resultant smoke that travels thru the liquid is smoother and less harsh. :smt110
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Welcome "Bong Hit" Finney
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What... what? :smt006
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I was watching BBQ w/ Flay one time and they had the inventor of "KC Materpiece"...one of his secret ingredients that Bobby got him to admit to was a lot of hickory liquid smoke!

WOW...Bobby is a real freckin' Detective...they should call him Bobby Sipowitz...CONFESS!!!! :smt071 :smt075
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It's more like this. :slap:
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Susan is exactly RIGHT, Raichlen is always advocating using liquid smoke in his Q sauce recipes. I have his books right in front of me and it is always an ingredient in any red BBQ sauce recipe of his.
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