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    Sauce from Memphis Dust

    I’m wondering if anyone has used the Memphis Dust in a sauce for pulled pork? I was thinking of putting it on the side for people to use as wanted
    How would It work if I used a little tomato and vinegar with the Memphis Dust rub mixed in

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    Welcome to The Pit.

    I've not tried that, so let us know how it works out.

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      #3
      Never even gave it a thought. Good idea. Worth a try.

      And welcome to the Pit.

      Kathryn

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        #4
        Oooooo an experiment. Welcome to Pit!

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          #5
          Seems like a great idea. Why haven’t I thought of that? Let us know.

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            #6
            When I do my root beer/BBQ/au jus sauce for pulled pork I toss in 1 or 2 tablespoons of whatever dry rub I used on the butt to jazz it up a bit.
            Never had a complaint.
            Only thing I would caution is whatever your rub is heavy in, pepper or salt or cumin or ______, will show in your sauce.

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            • Skip
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              Agreed. A little butter never hurts either.

            • smokin fool
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              Skip y'know I've never even considered adding butter
              Call it tunnel vision, give butter a go next time

            • HouseHomey
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              Also try a vitamix or immersion blender.

            #7
            Good idea. After you prepare the first batch you might find somethings about it that need improvement and HouseHomey would be a great source to ask about how to correct those.

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              #8
              I think you could swap out the Rendezvous Seasoning with MMD.

              From the free side:
              https://amazingribs.com/tested-recip...ipe-ribs-hurry

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                #9
                You could try using it in place of chili powder in chili gravy.

                https://www.food.com/recipe/chili-gr...b-walsh-360106

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                  #10
                  Welcome from the California Delta. Let us know how it turns out. New member ideas are always great!.

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                    #11
                    Huntington Beach welcomes you and your saucy endeavors.

                    Sounds great!! Let us know what you come up with. Off hand without trying one I’d like to back out a smidge of the rosemary and sugar.

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                      #12
                      Thanks everyone.
                      my next smoke is going to be a buffalo brisket that I have. I’m going to have to go to my local butcher and get some fatcap for it, the game butcher took it off.
                      any tips this will be my first.

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