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Old 10-11-2006, 07:18 PM   #1
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Uncle Al's Rub and Sauce

Two words, "Good Stuff"! Rubbed some thighs with UA's rub, cooked indirect for 1 hour. Sauced 10 minutes on each side... Very good heat/sweetness combo!! Good stuff Al.

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Old 10-11-2006, 08:22 PM   #2
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Okay Larry, you beat me to the punch! I also had Uncle Al's sauce and rub. We went to potluck dinner the other night and I was asked to bring pulled pork. They only gave me 10 hours notice so I emptied my stash from the freezer that was foodsaved! Heated it up 3/4 of an hour before we had to be there. Just as I was getting ready to leave I noticed that I had non of my sauce. Uncle Al came to the rescue. It was a big hit at the party. It tasted an awfull lot like mine (gotta PM that UA!) The chicken that I did last night http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... orum=bbq4u I used Chris's rub on half and Uncle Al's on half. Both were great with their own different blends. Chris, I'll write about yours later. Al, yours had a real nice flavor on the chicken, a very earthy taste to it. I would imagine it would also taste great on pulled pork or ribs, but might get a little lost on a brisket. I'd buy this from you just to use on chicken again....EXCELLENT! Thanks for the chance to try it and let me know if you ever decide to start selling it!
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:59 AM   #3
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Looks great ! Makes me want some chicken.... NOW!
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Old 10-12-2006, 06:29 AM   #4
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can ya'll describe the flavor of the sauce?
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Old 10-12-2006, 06:53 AM   #5
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can ya'll describe the flavor of the sauce?
Jim it's a sweet (but not overly sweet) sauce. I can taste molasses (which I really like), tomatoes and a hint of vinegar with a lil' bite of heat at the end. It really reminds me of Stubbs sauce. This sauce was delicious on chicken and would be fantastic on ribs as well.
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Larry hit it. I think more towards KC Masterpiece than Stubbs though.
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:16 PM   #7
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Chicken looked gret Larry
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Man dude, looks like a home run. May have to try some of that.
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Old 10-13-2006, 05:20 PM   #9
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Hi guys,

Thanks for all the compliments. I do sell the sauce and rub but only to local folks right now but as soon as I find a co- packer to work with, the sauce will be available to all.

I just got back from Vermont where the wifey and I went leaf peeping. Also went to dinner at a restaurant where I have been a mentor to the owner. He had been selling BBQ or so he thought !!! The man was actually boiling his ribs before putting them on his smoker. I taught him "OUR" methods for ribs, butts and brisket and gave him some pointers and a variation of my sauce and rub. (I keep the real recipe for my eyes only)

His BBQ has become his most popular items and accounts for 70% of his total sales. He attributes this mainly to the sauce. He is afraid that when the skiers start arriving this winter that he won't be able to handle the crowds. I should get a percentage from this guy.

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Great story, Al! There's gotta be a lot of satisfaction in that.

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Great story, Al! There's gotta be a lot of satisfaction in that.

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Al, keep me informed when and if you start to sell your product, I'm interested in purchasing some.
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Nick,

I am selling it now on a limited basis. I'll PM you with the details.

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