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vilaubi57

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when can you or when do you add bbq sauce to baby back pork ribs and or pork butt for pulled pork.? Maye it doesnt need but I was told by the pitmaster its what I like. Just asking for some help.

Thank everyone

Kyle In Tucson
#1 - June 24, 2012, 02:40:27 pm

vilaubi57

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When during the cooking cycle? When you seal it up in foil? Can it be cooked in? I like BBQ sauce!!. Just got some good tasting stuff from miami (a new specialty sauce and rub shop here in tucson)

Thanks
#2 - June 24, 2012, 02:43:57 pm

Mike P in Tucson

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When I'm cooking spare ribs, I cook them at 275 on the grate for 1 1/2 hours, then foiled for 1 1/2 hours, than open the foil and brush lightly.  Brush again when they come off.  For baby backs, less time.

For pork, I would add it after it is pulled.

#3 - June 24, 2012, 04:26:15 pm
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vilaubi57

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Thanks Mike!!
#4 - June 25, 2012, 07:11:05 am

KidCurry

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I generally only add sauce after the meat is finished resting, and only to taste.

Ribs and chicken I glaze at the very end of the cook.
#5 - June 25, 2012, 08:57:30 pm
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Mike boils his ribs....pass it on.

Mike P in Tucson

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It also depends on whether you are doing it to suit your taste or in a competition.
#6 - June 26, 2012, 09:13:43 am
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football: 47-38-1 arizona
basketball: 142-80 arizona
baseball: 237-203-1 arizona

Quiggs

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What "Kid" said!!
#7 - June 26, 2012, 09:42:25 am
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Jackkyl

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I like to spritz/baste a watered/thinner version of my bbq sauce on my pork during the cook.  If i do a rub, I use a spray bottle to mist and not knock off my seasonings. And I like to wait until 20-30 minutes into cooking.  If i don't use a rub, I slather on a good amount and baste with a brush throughout cooking.  Near the end of my cook time, I start using the thicker/regular bbq sauce and build up my "paint" layer.  But, it should be noted, I have never done bbq comps and I usually don't know what i'm doing....but my family digs my chow.
#8 - July 28, 2012, 01:28:58 pm

aimeusdietger

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when can you or when do you add bbq sauce to baby back pork ribs and or pork butt for pulled pork.? Maye it doesnt need but I was told by the pitmaster its what I like. Just asking for some help.

Thank everyone

Kyle In Tucson

I marinate my pork in a light barbecue sauce for about thirty minutes before grilling the pork in the oven for one hpur. halfway through the grilling i take out the prok and rub it more barbecue sauce to replace the one that drips off during cooking. Also, collect the drippings in the oven and use it on your pork while serving. Nothing goes to waste.
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