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dollarbill 07-02-2008 10:19 AM

What kind of Head Country do you prefer?
 
What do you think? thanks......

Bruce B 07-02-2008 12:25 PM

If your talking sauce...I personally like either the Original or the Hot (which isn't that hot), however, the wifey and daughter think it is so when I buy I usually get the Original.

It's a great sauce for chicken, IMHO.

dollarbill 07-02-2008 01:02 PM

Nice. thanks for the input. I ordered regular, hot and the original rub. I was just curiouse what everyone else thought but it doesnt look like alot of people use it here?

Kloset BBQR 07-02-2008 01:54 PM

I thought for sure this was heading into the other Room. I lke a mixture fo about 65& original and 35% hot with a little honey added.

dollarbill 07-02-2008 03:41 PM

Does anyone think the hot is really that hot? I love spicy food alot.

bigwheel 07-02-2008 03:53 PM

Yeppers..I think its hot. Believe they practice truth in labeling. I can tolerate quite a bit of heat in exchange for some flavor. Such as with hab peppas ect. I do not like to just get burned for no reason. The hot Headcountry just adds heat..no extra flavor. Least in my book. You could accomplish the same chore with cayenne peppa or oleo resin capsicum.

bigwheel

Captain Morgan 07-02-2008 05:20 PM

the hickory flavor is pretty gruesome.

bigwheel 07-02-2008 06:46 PM

Never tried that one I aint much into Liquid Smoke. I always just get the Headcountry Regular and normally use it for a chicken glaze. Which I think it has some LS in it too. Now did whup up a thin sauce for pushed pork using that stuff just to moisten it up a bit and manged to hit in the money at the Traders Village IBCA Invitational one year at Grand Prarie. Also hit the kiss your sister spot at some LSBS cookoff at a town half way to Jouston..I forget the name of it at the time. Lady table judge which said over the microphone.."I will give 15 bucks for the recipe on that pushed pork which had Jack Daniels in it." She was speaking of me and Ezra and Headcountry Regular flavor. Course there was a bunch of other secret stuff in there too. Ezra tastes mo like Jack Daniels than do Jack Daniels. Cost about half which is nice too.

bigwheel

bigwheel 07-03-2008 12:13 PM

I use Headcountry rub on everything. May not be the best but it tends to be unoffensive and aint real salty which comes in very handy on brined chicken..also spare ribs. Very easy to get ribs too salty. Guess cuz they mostly bones and not much meat.

bigwheel

PantherTailgater 07-04-2008 07:36 AM

I've used the Head Country rub on chicken and pork chops occasionally. I don't really like it for ribs or butts.

I think their Original sauce is better than average, if you like that style of sauce.


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