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Old 02-02-2008, 06:07 AM   #1
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Butts and Brisket

Got up at 4am to get things rolling. I have 16lbs of pulled pork I need to deliver Monday. So I got 4 butts totalling 33lbs rubbed down with some McCormicks BBQ seasoning mixed 50/50 with turbinado sugar. I use the McCormicks only for an external rub on butts that I'm selling. It's actually not too bad and the people don't know the difference and it's cheap. After I pull the pork I hit it with a liberal dose of Wolfe Rub Original while it's hot and it melts in and really seasons the meat nicely.

Then I have a 7.5lb brisket flat for our dinner tonight. It's rubbed down with Wolfe Rub Bold.

Everything is being cooked over kingsford and hickory chunks.

I had to hit the outside and the vents with my hose torch this morning to thaw the ice out to get into them. Gonna warm up today and be farily nice later!
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Old 02-02-2008, 06:18 AM   #2
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McCormicks BBQ seasoning ? You must like salt.
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Old 02-02-2008, 06:21 AM   #3
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McCormicks BBQ seasoning ? You must like salt.
It is a little salty, that's part of the reason I mixed it 50/50 with tubinado sugar.
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Old 02-02-2008, 06:23 AM   #4
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[quote=Larry Wolfe]
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Originally Posted by "Pigs On The Wing BBQ":l8jd3x7b
McCormicks BBQ seasoning ? You must like salt.
It is a little salty, that's part of the reason I mixed it 50/50 with tubinado sugar.[/quote:l8jd3x7b]
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Old 02-02-2008, 06:47 AM   #5
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[quote=Pigs On The Wing BBQ][quote="Larry Wolfe":ascfqh49]
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McCormicks BBQ seasoning ? You must like salt.
It is a little salty, that's part of the reason I mixed it 50/50 with tubinado sugar.[/quote:ascfqh49]
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No it really helps form a nice bark. Sugar and Salt = barkage.....
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sounds like you are off to a great start this morning.
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Old 02-02-2008, 12:05 PM   #8
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Good start Larry. I'm gonna go some FF briskets overnight tonight but it's not "Gonna warm up today and be farily nice later" here. My cook is going to be below zero F overnight. We are awaiting the finished pics.
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I'm gonna get pushed into the Southern Comfort catagory. It's in the 40's here and will be most of next week.
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Where can I buy Wolfe rubs

Larry does any stores carry your rubs or do I have to buy them online? I live in Louisiana. I would like to try it because all the post I see everyone really brags on it.
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