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Worchestershire sauce?

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Im not really sure ive spelled it correctly but has anyone used it on any of their meats prior to smoking? Maybe instead of a mustard rub cover it in worchestershire sauce then season it. Then of course allow it to sit in saran wrap for while. Have you had good results with it?
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Im not really sure ive spelled it correctly but has anyone used it on any of their meats prior to smoking? Maybe instead of a mustard rub cover it in worchestershire sauce then season it. Then of course allow it to sit in saran wrap for while. Have you had good results with it?

More than half the time, rub down my prime ribs with Lea & Perrin's Worchestershire Bold Steak Sauce and then put on SPOG.... Turns out great ! icon14.gif
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I may have to try it with a brisket. My family always uses it to slow cook prine rib in the oven. Just wasnt sure how it went smoked.
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You can get Worchester Spice, same as Lea & Perins and its sprinkle on granulated.

 

If you really like it on your beef, sometime check out a rub called Tatonka Dust. It has a lot of it in it and I swear by it on steaks. One of the guys here on the boards, his boss concocted it. I even set it on the table for non-grilled steaks, my Pop loves it.

 

Do a goggle search for Owens BBQ or Owens Farms or Tatonka Dust. You'll impress the family. I was so impressed I am telling you.

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It looks great! I may just have to order sone and give it a shot
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