1. Uncle Alvah

    Uncle Alvah New Member

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    This is "what I do"!

    THE BEST BBQ in North Carolina!

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  2. hunter29180

    hunter29180 Well-Known Member

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    ugg, vinigar based Texas Pete?.....
  3. Uncle Alvah

    Uncle Alvah New Member

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    "ugg" my ass, theres NO sauce on that, of ANY kind! Good BBQ does NOT need sauce. Applying any to mine is sure to tic me off!

    The sauce bottle in the background is "Scott's", but it's no for my BBQ.
    Last edited: Aug 18, 2012
  4. terryu1

    terryu1 Armed Infidel Supporting Member

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    good. Little burnt ends with some "dip".
  5. joncutt87

    joncutt87 Active Member

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    You should give us a hollar next time
  6. clamman

    clamman Member

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    That looks good, but if you want some REAL BBQ, come to eastern carolina and i'll show you how it's done:dancingdots:
  7. Uncle Alvah

    Uncle Alvah New Member

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    Actually, I'm moving to that part of the state soon!
    Presently, I live in Duncan, but nobody knows where that is....including me........:cool:
  8. howlnmad

    howlnmad Well-Known Member

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    It looks really good. Nice smoke ring. You say no sauce so dies that mean you don't mop it either?
  9. Uncle Alvah

    Uncle Alvah New Member

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    Nope, no mopping. I do inject it with apple juice and apply my dry rub about 12 hours before, and again immediately before putting it on the smoker though. About 5 hours directly on the rack, then into a foil pan with some apple juice in the bottom, plus real loose foiling, and back onto the smoker until done.
  10. hunter29180

    hunter29180 Well-Known Member

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    OK NOW you have my intrest!:)

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