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In a large ... into a clean dry mason jar and ... the amount required. Rub and press the ... Beef you may add 1 tsp. crushed red pepper for an extra kick.
Combine ingredients well and rub on ribs. Using ... being cooked. The ribs are done when falling-off-the-bone tender and you just can't wait any longer!
Using a small ... listed for Meat Rub. Stir together ... they cook evenly. We cook our ribs with the meaty side facing up for about 75% of the cooking time.
Sauté onion and garlic in olive oil until translucent, but do not allow to brown. combine brown sugar, chili powder, salt, mustard, and remaining ...
Combine all ingredients, ... of meat and rub in well with fingers. Let ... at room temperature for 2 hours or lightly covered in refrigerator overnight.
Prepare grill. Soak ... minutes. Set aside. Dry Rub: While sauce ... until tender enough to cut with a fork. Carve meat in thin slices across grain to serve.
Combine wine and ... Remove meat. Pat dry and rub well with sage, ... and slowly pour barbecue sauce over top, ... too quickly, cover with aluminum foil.
Rub both racks of ribs vigorously with Dry Rub, then wrap ... temperature in airtight jar. Makes about 2/3 cup, enough rub for 2 (3 pound) racks of spareribs.
Rub liquid smoke and ... meat slices with barbecue sauce. Crimp foil ... flavor and juices. Bake in a 325 degree oven for 40 minutes. Makes 18 to 22 servings.
Preheat oven to 200 degrees. Rub garlic on both ... cold with Broncbuster's Barbecue Sauce. Melt butter; ... simmer 20 minutes. Serve at room temperature.
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