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Old 03-21-2011, 12:54 AM   #21
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:49 AM   #22
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I'll post a new thread of the pics I have on my phone.


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Old 03-21-2011, 01:56 AM   #23
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Looks great! Until to the last pic...

One thing I'll never understand is coleslaw on a pulled pork sammich.
I didn't either until I tried it. The cool slaw against the hot and spicy just pulled pork along with the crunch strikes a perfect balance in taste and texture. It's like a little piece of heaven
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That looks delicious! Now, I've got a craving for slaw and bbq...
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Old 03-21-2011, 04:05 AM   #25
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I didn't either until I tried it.

I tried it. Several times. It's just as bad as mayonnaise on a cheeseburger.
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I tried it. Several times. It's just as bad as mayonnaise on a cheeseburger.
Not sure why you would try something several times you didn't like, but its all good. Some people like pale ale its just not for me.
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I like slaw on a pork sammich or hotdog and for Faux Reubens too; pastrami, provolone, slaw, on buttered/grilled rye, yum. And I don't even really like coleslaw as a side, just on pork sammiches/reubens/hotdogs.
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I keep reading about using mustard to get the rub to stick, does this leave a taste? Thats a hell of a long time at 215, this must have been a large Butt, no?
I have done it both ways and found absolutely no difference what so ever between the two. I don't really have any problems getting the rub to stick either so I don't bother with the mustard.
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Try spraying the meat with PAM or another aerosolized oil, it works well.

You could really rub a little olive on your meat as well!
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:49 PM   #30
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I do the olive oil rub now, not sure I need to try the mustard as I dont care for it to begin with, now a brown mustard rub may be a different story.

Im going to smoke a butt as soon as this dam rain stops. Ill try some of your ideas.
favorite rub recipes anyone? Something sweet and spicy.


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