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Five racks and 3 rubs

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    Five racks and 3 rubs

    The top two racks has MMD on them. The middle rack has the Huskee rub minus the brown sugar because I was afraid it would be to sweet for my taste. The bottom two racks has my rub on them and they will get wrap with a coating of brown sugar, butter and honey because that's the way the wife and grandkids likes them. I will be putting sauce on two of them using Max Good "Kiss of Fire" BBQ sauce. Click image for larger version

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    Max Good "Kiss of Fire" BBQ sauce Click image for larger version

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      Last edited by DWCowles; March 9, 2015, 07:15 PM.




          Looks good to me!


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ID:	69746 These ribs were the best yet. Huskee your rub was fantastic and hats off to Max Good for a great BBQ sauce. One thing I did do that I didn't mention above was that I ground all of the rubs in the coffee grinder.
            Last edited by DWCowles; March 9, 2015, 07:46 PM.


              They look delicious from here. I'm always trying out new rubs and seasonings; so my friends and family are used to being served bbq labeled "A", "B", "C", etc as a blind taste test.


                Looks great! So what was everybody's favorite?


                • DWCowles
                  DWCowles commented
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                  The wife likes the ones with my rub on them, the grandkids like them all and I like the ones with the Huskee rub but they all were good.

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