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Old 08-06-2007, 12:43 PM   #1
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Sunday Baby Backs

Cooked up 3 racks of baby backs using cherry and pecan wood. The rack on the right I rubbed with Smokin Guns Hot and Mild and sauced with Smokin Guns Sauce; the middle rack I used my Blowin' Smoke rub with Mike Davis' Lotta Bull Sauce; and the rack on the left I used Mary's Cherry with Sweet Baby Rays with Honey Sauce.

The cook took 4 1/2 hours over Rancher Hardwood Charcoal with a mdified Piedmont Pan set up in the WSM; a foiled WSM original pan sitting on top of a Brinkmann Charcoal Pan.


About 3 hours into the cook.


All sauced up.

I can see why Mike Davis was GC in 16 comps last year and RGC in 10 more, probably the best, well balanced, small batch commercial sauce I've ever tasted.


Ring the dinner bell.
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:47 PM   #2
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Now that looks good!
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:49 PM   #3
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Good looking bones Bruce!
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Mighty fine indeedy Bruce
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Yessir! Looking mighty fine!
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Bravo.
Nice looking plate 0 ribs man
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That's some good lookin Ribs Bruce B. Bet they were darn good! [smilie=a_goodjob.gif]
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Keep practicing for New Holland. They look great!!
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Lookin' real good bud
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Any Left overs ?? I'll see you Tuesday morning at 10am
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Those looked good Bruce. Which did you like better?
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Re: Sunday Baby Backs

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my Blowin' Smoke rub with Mike Davis' Lotta Bull Sauce
Ribs look real good. Are your rub and Mike Davis's sauce on the market yet?

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Re: Sunday Baby Backs

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my Blowin' Smoke rub with Mike Davis' Lotta Bull Sauce
Ribs look real good. Are your rub and Mike Davis's sauce on the market yet?

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My rub is not on the market, but Mike Davis's sauce is, I got it at: www.hawgeyesbbq.com
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Yes sir, I'll take those any day.
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Re: Sunday Baby Backs

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My rub is not on the market, but Mike Davis's sauce is, I got it at: www.hawgeyesbbq.com
Thanks, Bruce. Wow, that Hawgeyes site is a bonanza!

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Fine looking ribs Bruce.

I have trouble remembering what is what when I am testing different rubs and suaces.
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Fine looking ribs Bruce.

I have trouble remembering what is what when I am testing different rubs and suaces.
Likewise Cliff, I have to write it down or I'd never remember which rack had which.
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Bruce, have you used the Lotta Bull Rub at all? Just wondering since you said how great the BBQ sauce is. Thanks, Bryan
No Bryan I haven't, I have too many rubs here now and besides I've started making my own, so I'm trying to use up my inventory.
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