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+1. On the other hand, I used some Cowboy last night and the food came out really smokey. Previous experience with Cowboy was good but last night made me a Royal Oak convert.Cookinbob said:I have no complaints with Royal Oak. Latest bags have large pieces and minimal chips. Easy light, hot, clean flavor. Nothing not to like!
The Simply Marvelous cherry rub is great. Not too spicy and great flavor.JenniferEgger said:@fusionhq thanks for the tip. No plated pics as my hubby tore into them. Next time, I'll use a sweeter rub vs a spicy one. Seriously, thank you all for the help! It's reassuring to have a place to look stuff up and ask questions!!
Absolutely. I also warn them about the fat content, calories, sugar in the sauces, the total carbs, triglycerides, etc... I also check their blood pressure first to see if it is OK and get a release from their doctor and lawyer! Not!GatoGordo said:For those that use Rutland, I understand how you made the decision to throw caution to the wind, but how many warn their guests? Shouldn't it also be their decision?
I ended up doing this recipe today and it was great! Added a little garlic powder to the "gravy" and it was out of this world. Best Italian sandwich I have ever had. Thanks for the reference.JRWhitee said:I have made the amazingribs one before on the egg, it is very peppery and is much better when using "better than bullion" paste instead of bullion cubes.