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post #201 of 206
Have a boston butt in its final hours in the MES awaiting another batch of sauce that just finished its four hour cooking cycle.
post #202 of 206

Im going to copy that and use it as well!

I have been making my own rubs too, but nothing exotic - Black pepper, Salt, garlic powder and chili powder. REAL simple.

post #203 of 206
I wanted to like this sauce, but it had an off flavor. I think it may have been the olive oil? I will try another batch, but next time I will omit the oil and blend the veggies for a smoother sauce.
post #204 of 206
Hogwart, I did the same thing in my 3rd batch, all I seen was cyan pepper, I didn't see the word "sauce", but then I thought, that can't be right and reread it and seen the word sauce. I was able to scop some out but not much. Holly crap was that stuff hot but it was so good I couldn't stop using it. It's areal good sauce.
Randy,
post #205 of 206

I agree - the olive oil throws it off.

post #206 of 206
Last batch I made had so much cayenne in it that you wouldn't know if I had used motor oil in it. LOL
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