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Old 08-12-2008, 10:07 PM   #21
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My son-in-law is a serious barbecue cook - no crock pots or ovens in sight. He has his own brand of seasoning and a leads a team which competes in local cookoffs. Last weekend his ribs placed second out of 120 entries. Guess what I had for lunch on Monday.
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and the recipe?

or at least a bowdlerized version..?
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and the recipe?

or at least a bowdlerized version..?
If you're asking for his seasoning recipe, he sells it commercially and the ingredients are proprietary. I don't know what's in it.

I do know he cooks the ribs over mesquite coals for several hours, wrapping them in aluminum foil about mid way to keep them moist.
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