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smokyokie

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Out from under the ice and back at it.

Tim








I used Sweet Baby Ray's sauce for the first time. I'd heard so much about it from all the nor'easterners. I thought it would be good on the side, but it was a bit thicker than I like as a glaze.
 

illini

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Know what you mean about thick
..I have watered it down to the proper consistency for mopping and its not bad....not bad at all :!:

Sweetbabyrays is a bargain price and good product for my 2cts :P
Learned to mop only the last 30 minutes so it doesn't blacken up.

Good looking ribs there Dickeydoo :)
 

ultramag

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Great looking ribs DDBBQ. If you liked the overall taste of the sauce maybe you could cut it with some Apple Juice or something similiar. I like all kinds of different fruit juices.
 

msmith

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Very good looking ribs dickey wish I had a few of them right now, could call it an early breakfast.
 

pigcicles

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Good lookin grub SmkyOky_doobbq I bet they're long gone now.

Honest Joe - Food Pics = pictures of food taken before, during, or after the smoke, nothing dirty unless you drop it on the ground

Keep Smokin
 

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Honest Joe, We call photos of our recent smokes Food Porn cause it always looks so good it must be bad to look at. Gets the tastebuds going…and those ribs aren’t burnt, the sauce is just caramelized! Perfect! Good job SmkyOky!
 

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I like to use Sweet Baby Ray's now and again. If you find it a bit thick you could always thin it with a couple of ounces (or to taste ) of some fine Kentucky or Tennessee sipping whisky! Nice looking ribs, BTW!!
 

cajunsmoker

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caramelization requires heat, sugar and fat put them togetherin the correct proportion and you will caramelize. I think what you are referring to is the bark. It is caused by sugars burning on the meat during smoking. It is considered a delicacy in my home.
 

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That caramelization gives your tastebuds that little zing in your throat about 4 inches back from your chin, right above the adams apple, ya know what I’m saying?
 

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