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Old 01-21-2005, 02:20 PM   #1
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Re: brisket's on!

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But at least I'm cooking today!
Yes you are.
And, no I'm not.

Hope it all turns out good.
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Old 01-21-2005, 02:47 PM   #2
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Well i had hopes of doing ribs today, but my family is snowbound in North Carolina and can't come down. Maybe next weekend.
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That's too bad, Capt'n. I heard that Raleigh had 1" of snow and more than 1000 accidents.
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That's too bad, Capt'n. I heard that Raleigh had 1" of snow and more than 1000 accidents.
Before you start laughing because they can't drive in the snow....
They have that many accidents without the snow. :eep:
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That's too bad, Capt'n. I heard that Raleigh had 1" of snow and more than 1000 accidents.
Before you start laughing because they can't drive in the snow....
They have that many accidents without the snow. :eep:[/quote:3156a3e6]
:smt046 Really??!! Well, maybe they were talking about snow related accidents, I don't know. That's just what the news said. Really? 1000 per day???
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Good for you Glenn...Me no somking this weekend!!
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Old 01-21-2005, 09:22 PM   #7
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That's too bad, Capt'n. I heard that Raleigh had 1" of snow and more than 1000 accidents.
Before you start laughing because they can't drive in the snow....
They have that many accidents without the snow. :eep:[/quote:2sbqu53d]

Chris, that ain't no shit brother!!! that I-40 corridor between about Statesville and Raleigh is like a Nascar race. Only two places worse:

Detroit
Boston

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Those aren't accidents in Detroit, those are carjacking opportunities. :smt071
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Glenn, how did the brisket turn out?
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...and the rest will go in a big pot of chili I'm making in four weeks...
What is going on in 4 weeks??
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Those aren't accidents in Detroit, those are carjacking opportunities. :smt071

lol at that. No coking for me, so I find myself stopping in the kitchen every now and then to take a swig of bbq sauce. Anybody else ever do that?
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Yeah, but only as a chaser for the shot of mustard that I did!
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I don't know if it counts Capt. but I put Stubbs Original on 2 pieces of bread for a BBQ Sauce Sammich!
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Old 01-22-2005, 04:40 PM   #14
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Greg,

Do you use Stubbs Sauces and Marinades? Thery have them here in stores but I have never tried them, what do you think of them?
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Bruce,
I use Stubb's alot. They are very good sauces, marinades and rubs but they do need to be tweaked a bit, some with sugar, some with spice. I have injected butts with the pork marinade before and was fantastic! The beef marinade has a good amount of soy sauce in it, if you like soy.
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Susan, I used to get Bone Suckin Rub at the Cracker Barrel! Daughter and Wife love it. I find myself eating Texas BBQ Rub from time to time! I think Stubbs was my introduction to dry rubs! Woodfella
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Woodman,

Big fan of BoneSuckin' Rub also, just found a local meat store that carries it near my house. Good stuff! Texas BBQ Rub is also great, love that!
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Bruce, just tried the Stubbs Original last week. I prefer my own of course, but, it is a good sauce...nice vinegar taste but not too much!! I like it a lot...I do add some crushed red pepper to it for extra heat!
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Speaking of Vinegar and Red pepper flakes, has anyone ever tried Scotts BBQ? NC Style.
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Scott's ain't the kind of thing you be sippin straight.
Very peppery and vinegary.
The sauce I was referring to was Samson's sauce, pretty much only available in NC. (i ordered mine via their webite) It's similar to Heinz 57.


I also swig Coleman's out of Florence SC. A cross between western NC
and SC mustard.

Right now I have over 20 bottles of sauce in my cabinets and fridge and nothing to put them on.

Hmmmmm.
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