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Anyone used "BBQ Bath"?

TideJoeTideJoe Posts: 31
edited 11:48AM in EggHead Forum
I found it at It looks like a good brining sauce. Just wondering what kind of experiences anyone has had with it.


  • Ike WittIke Witt Posts: 195
    I first tried the brisket bath at my grill store where they were doin a demo with it. In my opinion the flavor was awesome. I have since tried it on flat irons and tri tips, the meat comes out more moist and tender in my opinion. The ancho and chipotle do not overwhelm the meats flavor. On smaller cuts i would only brine for a max of 3 hours, 6 on something like a brisket.

    I would say its def worth a try.

    good luck

  • TideJoeTideJoe Posts: 31
    I just ordered the apple chipotle (for chicken) and smoked habanero (pork tenderloin). I'll give a report once I try them out.
  • DavekatzDavekatz Posts: 763
    I've not used them, but just saw them at TJmax for about 1/3 the retail price. Might have to pick some up.

    Food & Fire - The carnivorous ramblings of a gluten-free grill geek.
  • This stuff is outstanding. I've used it on brisket and BB ribs and just about everybody has told that is some of the best bbq they've ever eaten. The appple chipotle on babby backs is world class. I even used some on pork chops last night. You can also get it at Whole Foods and Central Market.
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