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Whatever floats your boat

I love steak and good ribs
That's fine. Go ahead and eat your meat, but when it clogs your colon and you black out and crash an ///M3, don't make a thread about it.
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Old 04-18-2005, 11:00 AM djduquet is offline  
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I'm going to have to try that recipe for the ribs. At home, we cook the meat pretty much the same way but we use a more simple solution for the dry rub: equal parts cayan pepper, black pepper, garlic powder, and Hatch green chile powder. It's excellent.
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Old 04-18-2005, 11:09 AM Logos is offline  
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Looks delicious, man. Thank you for this thread.
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Not the biggest fan of liqueur (although I dont mind it in food) but do you know of any possible substiutions that'll give it good flavor anyway?
maybe some almond extract would be good or any flavoring concentrate, although most extracts are alcohol based.
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The Artichoke dip is fucking amazing. My mom makes it all the time. It has a certain pang to it.

However, my mom makes better ribs.
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Not the biggest fan of liqueur (although I dont mind it in food) but do you know of any possible substiutions that'll give it good flavor anyway?

in the reviews of the pie, some people were using an equal amount of espresso or 1tsp of almond extract.

You could probably try mint extract too. that would probably taste pretty good.
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I'm going to have to try that recipe for the ribs. At home, we cook the meat pretty much the same way but we use a more simple solution for the dry rub: equal parts cayan pepper, black pepper, garlic powder, and Hatch green chile powder. It's excellent.


I like having the sugar in the rub, as it gives good flavor and helps the glaze get thick when I boil it down.

I'll have to try your rub. What proportions do you use?
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