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    Huskee's Rib Rub in the Pit Barrel

    Got a couple St. Louis in the mid 3 pound range. Just checked with the bend test at the 3 hour mark. Ever so not quite ready. They start to split....but need a tad more before they get the sauce.

    I am going to leave a strip of rib dry and add a little more of Huskee's rub to get the full affect.

    #2
    Pics? : )

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      #3
      Awesome rib rub!!! I sauced for the kids, did a dry rib for moi. with a little extra rub before I went on the plate. Got some sauced for me for work tomorrow.....excellent.

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        #4
        Excellent!

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        • Jerod Broussard
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          I had 5 ribs unsauced with a little extra rub. Wife got one of them. She said the rub was so good she didn't realize it didn't have sauce. I only put one slightly heaping teaspoon of Allspice so that it wouldn't over power. It did perfect.

        • Huskee
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          Cool, might have to try me some allspice. Did you do it with the salt or dry brine and no-salt?

        • Jerod Broussard
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          Dry brined with Kosher salt for maybe 1/2 hour. Potatoes started cooking waaaaaaay faster than I expected. I prefer to measure table salt and brine over night. If I use Kosher I just sprinkle.

          I know the salt starts penetrating once the meat heats so no worries with the brine time.
          Last edited by Jerod Broussard; August 20, 2014, 08:18 PM.

        #5
        DUDE, thats good BBQ!

        thx for the pics

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          How you know you've had a great cook on the PBC.

          With ample O2, briquettes that have soaked in grease have their turn.

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          • fredcanfly
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            Do you have a tool or something to get that charcoal basket out of there while it's still lit? I guess I haven't looked into that side of it enough. Mine always just burn down at the end.

          • Jerod Broussard
            Jerod Broussard commented
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            Welding gloves. Got to be a little quick. If the trip is a little long they can overheat some.

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          Use a garden rake to lift out the lit basket. Works awesome!

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          • Jerod Broussard
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            I would so jack that up. I would need 20" hooks.

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          Funny, I searched Huskee's Rib Rub on Google to see if my rub recipe made it outside of our PMC world, and Google gave me this link (among a couple others). A oldie but a goodie post from my pal Jerod. (Google also likes my Orange-Jalapeno Shawsh recipe.) #honored

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          • Jerod Broussard
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            Forgot this existed. Brings back memories of being married.

          • Troutman
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            Geeze and I was about ready to start your praises Jerod Broussard . Why don't we see more of this from you?

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