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    For a pulled Chuck. Any thoughts/recommendations/favorites?

    #2
    I've been loving the Weber brand since trying.

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      #3
      I recommend mixing A1 with a KC sauce. I have a homemade version of A1 called J1. This is what I used on Friday for my pulled chuck and it tasted really good

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      • smarkley
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        We need your J1 recipe, Jeff!

      #4
      MH's Grown Up Mustard Sauce, or some minced horseradish mixed with mayo.

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        #5
        The only sauce that jives with pulled pork and my palate is that Columbia Gold South Carolina number or mayo.

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        • richinlbrg
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          I'm looking forward to trying that, but this is for a pulled beef chuck

        #6
        MH's grown up Mustard Sauce. If you like tangy mustard then this is just the ticket! Great stuff.

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          #7
          Try making a cheesesteak. Sautéed onions, a cheese of your choice and a nice hero roll. I use a couple of beef love cubes to do the sautéing. Also I like slicing up some jalapenos as well. Dang I just made myself hungry.

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          • bardsleyque
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            sauteed mushrooms too

          #8
          I’m going to do pulled beef when I get home and try some Blue Hog’s Tennessee Red sauce on it.

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          • Mr. Bones
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            Though I've never tried it on pulled beef, I sincerely hope ya enjoy TN Red as much as I do...
            I hardly ever use sauce, but keep this one on hand.

          #9
          Did you ever settle in a sauce?

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            #10
            Been using the whiskey Hollerin sauce.....and enjoying it!

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