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Rib Sampler with QView

reardenreturns

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Tried a few different rubs to make a set of ribs for some friends.


One rub was an Adams Reserve Rib and Brisket Rub

One was Emeril's BBQ rub

One was a custom made rub

The last rack was salt/pepper only.

All were sprayed with apple juice occasionally throughout the smoking time.

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The ribs look great - how did you know which one was which ?
 

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Rearden, you have been a busy boy lately. Nice job on the ribs!
 

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Looking good!

 I kinda like Jeffs rub if I am noy using SPOG.

Emerils is good too.

 Then of course there is Mr. Smiths secret rub.

   Craig
 

reardenreturns

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I enjoyed Emeril's but the one I developed based on some other recipes was probably the best. I'll post the recipe up soon. Thanks for the comments.
 

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Now thats some fine looking brisket there.
 

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