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Old 07-12-2009, 11:22 AM   #1
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Big Ron's Rub rib & Fajita Test -Pics-Video

I demonstrate how to use Big Ron's Rub new package on Beef, Pork ribs & Beef Fajitas. I slow BBQ the ribs at 225 degrees for several hours and grill the fajitas over kingsford comp coals. These were the best ribs I have ever made to date. Must be good meat and I didn't get in a hurry and used low temps. Big Ron's Rub is very good. Go get ya some!!!


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Old 07-12-2009, 09:55 PM   #2
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Food looks great.

What cut of meat did you use for the fajitas?
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Old 07-13-2009, 04:39 AM   #3
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Food looks great.

What cut of meat did you use for the fajitas?
Inner Skirt Steak
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Looking real good Ron.
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Did you boil em first
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:54 AM   #6
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Because of you and JB I ordered my Ron's Rub yesterday.

Think I'll try my first brisket on the WSM.

Was going to try one this week but my local market doesn't carry them.

Now I'll wait for the Ron's!
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Did you boil em first
Of course. That's the only way they come out so tender.. Remember you taught me all your tricks..
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Looks awesome Sapo! You're gonna make me go out and buy a WSM. I do alot of indirect smoking on the kettle but I really like the 18" model. I saw the 22 at HEB on 4th of july and that thing is really huge! Good looking que you got there. How long did the beef and pork ribs take?
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Looks awesome Sapo! You're gonna make me go out and buy a WSM. I do alot of indirect smoking on the kettle but I really like the 18" model. I saw the 22 at HEB on 4th of july and that thing is really huge! Good looking que you got there. How long did the beef and pork ribs take?
Beef about 5 hours at 225. Pork 6 hours same temp..Started at 250 for first 2 hours then down to 225.. I ate the fajitas while the ribs were cookin so I wouldn't get hungry and get in a hurry.. HEB ROCKS!!!
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Pictures look great, I am at "work" now so i can't watch the video, but food looks great! Glad you like the rub and hope it inspires more new customers
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