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What are you putting it on? Pork wise?
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When I do pork baby backs I boil for 45 minutes meanwhile I fire up the coals and get the grill nice a hot.

When boiling be sure to ad two beef bulion cubes to give back where the boiling tried to strip. I use beef because I havent found pork cubes.

After boiling I rub a mixture of dark brown sugar and McCormics dry BBQ on both sides it will desolve a bit as you rub it into the hot slab.

Now out to the HOT coals. I start off on underside down to begin to seer or char the ends. about 5 minutes if coals are very hot. Then I turn on the back for a couple more. At this time I slather the underside with Sweet Baby Rays.
Turn after a couple minutes and slather the top with SBR's. Then turn it over to carmalize. A couple minutes and there DONE TO PERFECTION!!!!
Should only take and hour to do fall off the bone BBQ tenderloin cut Baby backs.

If your into a bitmore spicey add your favorite pepper sauce to the SBR's before slathering.

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What are you putting it on? Pork wise?
Ribs mostly. An occasional pork shoulder or butt.


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When I do pork baby backs I boil for 45 minutes meanwhile I fire up the coals and get the grill nice a hot.

When boiling be sure to ad two beef bulion cubes to give back where the boiling tried to strip. I use beef because I havent found pork cubes.

After boiling I rub a mixture of dark brown sugar and McCormics dry BBQ on both sides it will desolve a bit as you rub it into the hot slab.

Now out to the HOT coals. I start off on underside down to begin to seer or char the ends. about 5 minutes if coals are very hot. Then I turn on the back for a couple more. At this time I slather the underside with Sweet Baby Rays.
Turn after a couple minutes and slather the top with SBR's. Then turn it over to carmalize. A couple minutes and there DONE TO PERFECTION!!!!
Should only take and hour to do fall off the bone BBQ tenderloin cut Baby backs.

If your into a bitmore spicey add your favorite pepper sauce to the SBR's before slathering.
Boiling ribs is a capital offense I hope you know! lol

I do my ribs on a smoker for about 5 hours or until the ribs reach an internal temp of 165. Low and slow! St Louis cut pork ribs with a good Memphis dry rub!
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For ribs, I take a packet to a packet and a half of Adolph's Meat Marinade, add just a bit of water to make it into a paste and rub into both sides of the meat, especially near the bone. Then liberally apply garlic powder, "seasoned" pepper, seasonall, and onion powder. Wrap them twice in heavy duty aluminum foil. On a gas grill, on lowest heat setting, cook for 45 minutes on each side, then remove from foil and brown adding BBQ sauce if you like. The meat will fall off the bones. Very easy and delicious.
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ive made my own rubs hundreds of times...and they are good.

here is one recipe ive used quite a bit...

http://www.firecraft.com/product/kan...ub/bbq-recipes

Now, this is something you can buy...ive had it on pulled pork and it is amazing to say the least.

http://www.meatchurch.com/products/honey-hog-meat-rub
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