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Which is better a rub, marinade, or a sauce on bar-b-que meat?


Maybe it is different for different selections?

 

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 2 months ago

    I was in Texas where my dad's side of the family is. They live in the College Station / Bryan area and region. I remember a bar-b-que when about high school sophomore and they did not use sauce on the really huge grill on a ranch.

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 2 months ago

    I marinade, but brush it on the meat too when on the grill.


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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 2 months ago

    I guess I did leave out the 'Do Not Amend' choice. Good point Eric. My brother an ex-butcher kinda' did not amend, but had some secrets he never told. Interesting about using lemon to begin the process. I should look for articles about bar-b-queing.

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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 2 months ago

    Very informative!!! Thanks!!! My curiosity is perked up a bit to research for articles. After reading this and Eric's I realize I don't understand perhaps the basic of understanding cooking meats.


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