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Post Sat Oct 18, 2003 3:00 pm
JonM rare
rare

Posts: 26
Location: Fort Myers, FL
Steve - just some thanks from South Florida for your book "Sauces, Rubs and Marinades"

I have been smoking pork shoulders, beef roasts and ribs for 2 years now - ever since getting your book for Christmas. After adding a few personal touches to your recipes (I never want to let anyone get hold of the exact ingredients!), I have receieved numerous compliments on the taste of the meat. The ribs may even get entered into a cook-off in April '04 - at the request of a "fan" of the ribs. Thanks again and I look forward to exploring more into the world of BBQ!

Jon

PS - I am an avid spearfisherman (Grouper and snapper) - any thoughtrs on preperation?
JonM - Ft Myers
Chargriller with SFB
Charmglow gasser

Post Tue Dec 23, 2003 11:53 pm
Leisa M rare
rare

Posts: 18
Location: Cedar Park, TX
John, or anyone my hubby is getting ready to do a ham in our smoker. He was told to make a rub with brown sugar, cloves and pineapple.

What would be the amnts that I would need to use to make this up, and should I add any liquid like water or oil?

TIA :?:
Leisa
Missy's Mom

Post Tue Dec 23, 2003 11:54 pm
Leisa M rare
rare

Posts: 18
Location: Cedar Park, TX
John, or anyone my hubby is getting ready to do a ham in our smoker. He was told to make a rub with brown sugar, cloves and pineapple.

What would be the amnts that I would need to use to make this up, and should I add any liquid like water or oil?

TIA :?:
Leisa
Missy's Mom

Post Wed Dec 24, 2003 9:19 am
Guest

Leisa,
I'm not sure on the amounts for that rub. I wouldn't go crazy with cloves because the taste is quite powerful. I have never added water to my smoker, but that's just me. Is the ham you are doing pre-cooked? That will make a difference on your cooking time.

Regards,

Jon

Post Wed Dec 24, 2003 4:23 pm
Leisa M rare
rare

Posts: 18
Location: Cedar Park, TX
no it isn't. The ham is from a wild hog that my dad shot. He gave it to us because he did not want it.
Leisa
Missy's Mom

Post Thu Dec 25, 2003 12:59 am
Bob-BQN User avatar
well done
well done

Posts: 12904
Location: Texas
Leisa,

This is the 'Testimonial' Forum. I believe you will have much better results if you repost your question with a good subject title in the 'General Discussion' Forum. That's were we handle most of the how-to's. Hope this helps.
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Post Thu Dec 25, 2003 9:11 pm
Leisa M rare
rare

Posts: 18
Location: Cedar Park, TX
I thought I was on the General board. BTW,, the ham turned out very good.
Leisa
Missy's Mom


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