Discussion in 'Public General Chat' started by sunshyne, Aug 25, 2008.
From yesterday wraaa
im so moving to the town you live in.
Im hungry now DAMN YOU
oh and sweet baby rays is the shit
Kan I haz sum ribz plx?
Was there a holiday yesterday or something sunshyne? Or do you always cook chicken?
Looks like what we do when I grill with my dad. He has a nice wood pellet smoker/grill that is huge.
And yes Sweet Baby Rays is the good stuff, or some nice homemade.
I want some now!
I'm so freaking hungry now.....make me some BBQ dammit.
Oh and do you use a rub or just sauce it up while its cooking?
yesterday was my moms 50th bday party so we did it up big style for her.
I use a dry rub and let it sit overnight, and I dont sauce em up until the last 30-45 mins of cooking
That's the way it should be done IMO. Mmmmmmm
That'll be tough to beat, I don't think my BBQ budget beats that. If people want to bring more meat to chip in feel free to during PAX, we have a BBQ planned loosely but I don't think that we can even buy that much meat at the moment because we are all pretty econ at the moment. Feel free to make plans if you want to share in the good times.
survival of the fittest!
Do you ship your wares fine sir?
Gotta get some beaver meat on there.
Allow me to donate my BBQ sauce recipie to the cause:
Mustard (Hot and Spicy) (10%)
Lemon Juice (Aprox 1 lemon's worth to a salad bowl size batch)
Salsa (Thick Chunky and Spicy) (30%)
Chopped Sweet Onion (1 whole onion to a salad bowl size batch)
Crushed Fresh Garlic (4-6 cloves to a salad bowl size batch)
Mix together then Microwave for aprox 30 seconds, stir, then microwave again for another 30 seconds.
I honestly make this to my own tastes and have never measured it out so wing it as you want. It's tasty, tangy, and the garlic and salsa will add a hell of a kick.
ahhhhhhhhhhh make sure its not from maple leaf, or you shall perish amid the cooked meat yourself!
I hate that damn commercial now. OK I GET IT, YOU'RE SORRY NOW STFU AND GTFO.
remember, it's not the size of the tongs, but how you use them
/agree Nothing beats Sweet Baby Rays.The sauce is the boss!
edit: nothing beats Pappy's seasoning for a good dry rub.
Hmmm....molasses. Never tried that before. I've always used brown sugar, but I should try that sometime.