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Old 06-19-2006, 02:29 PM   #1
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Briskets and Butts

I did 2 slabs of ribs and a fatty (1st time) yesterday (forgot my camera so I couldn't take pics #-o ). The last post about ribs I mentioned how windy it was and that they took about 8 hours. Yesterday was beautiful, no wind and the ribs only took 4 hours, nice lunch.

Anyway, I used the Worcester and Texas Rub on the ribs and liked the flavor. This was the first time I used the Texas Rub, I am partial to a local rub called Smokin Guns.

I will be doing 2 briskets and 2 butts this weekend for my sister and was wondering the following;
#1) anyone use the Worcester and Texas Brisket Blend on their brisket?
#2) anyone do a mustard slather and the Texas Brisket or reg Texas Rub on their brisket?
#3) Anyone do the Worcester and Texas Rub on Butts?

I am trying to get a feel for how people like it, again I've always used the Smokin Guns rub on all my smokes.

Thanks for the info!
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Old 06-19-2006, 04:32 PM   #2
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You can use all the combinations you stated with success.
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Old 06-19-2006, 04:41 PM   #3
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I've used both the mustard and worsty sauce on butts with both Texas BBQ Rubs, Original and Brisket Blend and they're all good. My personal preferences are no sauce or worsty sauce, both with the Brisket Blend. That B Blend is some good stuff!
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I've used both the mustard and worsty sauce on butts with both Texas BBQ Rubs, Original and Brisket Blend and they're all good. My personal preferences are no sauce or worsty sauce, both with the Brisket Blend. That B Blend is some good stuff!
Thanks for the info....I've never used the Texas rub before and I did not know if the worsty sauce made a difference in the taste (if the texas blend was formulated to blend with the flavor of the worsty sauce). I've only used the Smokin Guns before and everyone loves it but was wanting to venture out and try something different.
I'll take photo's of the cook and let you know how it comes out.
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I've used both the mustard and worsty sauce on butts with both Texas BBQ Rubs, Original and Brisket Blend and they're all good. My personal preferences are no sauce or worsty sauce, both with the Brisket Blend. That B Blend is some good stuff!
Thanks for the info....I've never used the Texas rub before and I did not know if the worsty sauce made a difference in the taste (if the texas blend was formulated to blend with the flavor of the worsty sauce). I've only used the Smokin Guns before and everyone loves it but was wanting to venture out and try something different.
I'll take photo's of the cook and let you know how it comes out.[/quote:1z4lhe7r]
Sounds like you might have been reading their site but just in case, they say that it was developed around using worsty sauce: ( can be found here )


The Secret Three Minute Formula Is.....

1. Pick your favorite meat
2. Rub Worcestershire sauce on the meat
3. Rub meat with Texas BBQ Rub


So, Why does this Formula work so well every time?

The real magic behind the Formula is Texas BBQ Rub.

Yeah, the real secret behind the three minute formula is using Texas BBQ Rub with the formula.

Listen, Texas BBQ Rub has been specially developed with you in mind. It has been painstakingly formulated to work hand-in-hand with the 3 minute formula to give you the best tasting, best looking, juiciest, finger licking, mouth watering BBQ you have ever prepared.

On top of all of the fantastic results you will get using Texas BBQ Rub.... it will also save you time and money.

What else could you ask for..........nothing.

The people who are lucky enough to eat your BBQ prepared with Texas BBQ Rub are going to tell everyone they know how great your BBQ is.

They are going to tell you over, and over again that, without a doubt, your BBQ is the best they have ever eaten and they are going to want to know how you did it.




Lookin' forward to da pics!
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I've done most of the combinations you mentioned. When I did the brisket I did it like the Texasbbqrub site suggested. I made their home BBQ sauce also.
http://www.texasbbqrub.com/private/recipe/recipe.html

Here are some pictures of the kinda weird looking brisket I did using the Texasbbqrub recipe. It tasted great.
http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket/

http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket3/

When I do butts I use mustard. Paul Kirk recommends it in his book. I also remember when I was a kid a holiday ham was cook in the oven with pineapple, my mother or aunt or whoever was baking it, would slather the ham with mustard. That is why I use mustard on the butt.

I plan on using worcestereshire sauce as well as plain yogurt one day on butts.

I need more days to BBQ!
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Man's,

I've done most of the combinations you mentioned. When I did the brisket I did it like the Texasbbqrub site suggested. I made their home BBQ sauce also.
http://www.texasbbqrub.com/private/recipe/recipe.html

Here are some pictures of the kinda weird looking brisket I did using the Texasbbqrub recipe. It tasted great.
http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket/

http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket3/

When I do butts I use mustard. Paul Kirk recommends it in his book. I also remember when I was a kid a holiday ham was cook in the oven with pineapple, my mother or aunt or whoever was baking it, would slather the ham with mustard. That is why I use mustard on the butt.

I plan on using worcestereshire sauce as well as plain yogurt one day on butts.

I need more days to BBQ!
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:14 AM   #8
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Man's,

I've done most of the combinations you mentioned. When I did the brisket I did it like the Texasbbqrub site suggested. I made their home BBQ sauce also.
http://www.texasbbqrub.com/private/recipe/recipe.html

Here are some pictures of the kinda weird looking brisket I did using the Texasbbqrub recipe. It tasted great.
http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket/

http://usera.imagecave.com/cleglue/Brisket3/

When I do butts I use mustard. Paul Kirk recommends it in his book. I also remember when I was a kid a holiday ham was cook in the oven with pineapple, my mother or aunt or whoever was baking it, would slather the ham with mustard. That is why I use mustard on the butt.

I plan on using worcestereshire sauce as well as plain yogurt one day on butts.

I need more days to BBQ!
:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
For the last 3-4 years i've always done mustard plus rub on my butts, briskets and ribs because of Paul Kirk (lives down the road from my business ) but like the joker said, I was convinced with the Texas BBQ Rub website and was drawn in to it and wanted to try something different. I did ribs with the worsty sauce and texas rub on sunday. I'd say I liked the ribs wet rather than dry. Anyway, I will probably do 1 brisket and 1 butt with worsty and texas brisket blend and the other brisket and butt with the mustard (I use a blend of pale ale brown mustard, beer, tabasco, brown sugar) and my smokin guns rub....I'll get pics
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