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Old 07-31-2006, 12:53 PM   #1
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They've Finally Arrived!!

My Rev Marvins sauces arrived today along with my Thermapen (my wife graciously ordered for me for my birthday). Since we're all about plugging products around here 8-[ , I might use some of my Wolfe Rub as well!
What should I do first with the sauce?? Ribs? Chickens? Any ideas for my first time use??
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:57 PM   #2
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My Rev Marvins sauces arrived today along with my Thermapen (my wife graciously ordered for me for my birthday). Since we're all about plugging products around here 8-[ , I might use some of my Wolfe Rub as well!
What should I do first with the sauce?? Ribs? Chickens? Any ideas for my first time use??
You can use all three products on one fantastic cook! Rub chicken parts with Wolfe Rub, grill indirect until the skin and rub starts to form a nice crispy crust. Then baste with 50/50 Rev's hot and honey and finish by direct grilling over moderate heat! Use the Thermapen to check for doneness!!! Good luck and enjoy!!
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:04 PM   #3
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ???
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ??? [/quote:yumi8tvv]

Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ??? [/quote:2osdz382]

Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain[/quote:2osdz382]
You have watched way to much Nascar.....you forgot to mention your charcoal supplier.....and beer of choice...or aren't you getting paid to endorse those ite ms
So MBF BBQ how did your WSM fueled by Wolfe Rub, Rev. Marvins and monitored by marverick and themapen cook go?
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ???
Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain[/quote:3eoozmtd]
You have watched way to much Nascar.....you forgot to mention your charcoal supplier.....and beer of choice...or aren't you getting paid to endorse those ite ms
So MBF BBQ how did your WSM fueled by Wolfe Rub, Rev. Marvins and monitored by marverick and themapen cook go?[/quote:3eoozmtd]

It's only 3:30 pm, Wittdog ~ He ain't ready to go to bed yet. #-o
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I'd like to say my weber smoky mountain cooker was great today, i'd like to thank the guys back at the shop for putting together a great smoker. My sponsors (too many to mention) for allowing me to use the tools and ingredients I use to cook with. Of course I'd like to thank my fans and my wife for letting me do all this. thank you :bow: :bow: :bow:
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ???
Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain[/quote:7hv3pa3t]
You have watched way to much Nascar.....you forgot to mention your charcoal supplier.....and beer of choice...or aren't you getting paid to endorse those ite ms
So MBF BBQ how did your WSM fueled by Wolfe Rub, Rev. Marvins and monitored by marverick and themapen cook go?[/quote:7hv3pa3t]
I just got the stuff delivered at work today. When I put something together I'll post pics and let everyone know how it turned out.
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[quote=Man's Best Friend BBQ][quote=wittdog][quote="Man's Best Friend BBQ":1kqu3xat]
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Originally Posted by "Man's Best Friend BBQ":1kqu3xat
Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ???
Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain[/quote:1kqu3xat]
You have watched way to much Nascar.....you forgot to mention your charcoal supplier.....and beer of choice...or aren't you getting paid to endorse those ite ms
So MBF BBQ how did your WSM fueled by Wolfe Rub, Rev. Marvins and monitored by marverick and themapen cook go?[/quote:1kqu3xat]
I just got the stuff delivered at work today. When I put something together I'll post pics and let everyone know how it turned out.[/quote:1kqu3xat]
Why is it that none of the comic genuis are appreciated until they are gone...
U are going to love the thermapen.
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Old 07-31-2006, 02:29 PM   #11
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Think I might try a beer can chicken. Rub 'er down with wolfe rub check 'er once in awhile with my thermapen then finish 'er off with some 50/50 rev marvins hot sauce n honey Oh and I will have to keep the temperature of my smoker just right with my maverick therm
And your smoker is a ???
Of course, for this particular cook, my Weber Smoky Mountain
You have watched way to much Nascar.....you forgot to mention your charcoal supplier.....and beer of choice...or aren't you getting paid to endorse those ite ms
So MBF BBQ how did your WSM fueled by Wolfe Rub, Rev. Marvins and monitored by marverick and themapen cook go?[/quote:1y7azqg9]
I just got the stuff delivered at work today. When I put something together I'll post pics and let everyone know how it turned out.[/quote:1y7azqg9]
Why is it that none of the comic genuis are appreciated until they are gone...
U are going to love the thermapen.[/quote:1y7azqg9]

Yeah, I haven't taken it out of the package but I know I will. I'm gettin tired of waitin for my 'ol dial therm to reach it's temp while all the heat escapes the smoker.
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Old 07-31-2006, 02:31 PM   #12
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Thanks for the advice....I might just do that.
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