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    BBQ Recipes and Ideas

    Hi girls and boys I was searchin' over the internet for various recipes on how to make the most tasteful BBQ and stumbled upon this American Barbecue Styles by Regions infographic where I learned something new and got some ideas for my next BBQ party! I wanted to share this with all of you because it look so good and maybe someone could share something similar or perhaps a recipe even? Can't wait for your answers and suggestions

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    Well, that's cool! I heard a recipe on NPR today - sounded easy. I can't find it, but basically, take a couple of racks of ribs, cover them with your favorite dry rub. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and cook for 3-4 hours in 280 F oven. Take out, mix the juices with BBQ sauce, cover the ribs in sauce and put in your grill over medium heat until the sauce is done. Turn the ribs a couple of times. He said the cooked sauce on the ribs should be like lacquer. Take off of the grill, let cool a bit and chop up for individual ribs.
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    I'm sure some of the other members have recipes they can share. Who doesn't look a good BBQ party??

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    My BBQ is super simple. I cube up tempeh, find a BBQ sauce that does not have high fructose corn syrup, and put it in the crockpot for many hours. Last time I brought this to a potluck it was all eaten up

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    I love to make my barbecue with a bbq gril mat, the meat and vegetables are roasted so well and tasty

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    I used to dislike BBQ. But I have made pulled chicken and pulled pork in the crock pot. It is actually good, I think, if you don't put the BBQ sauce in the crock pot but rather just put some sauce on your individual sandwich. Make sense?
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    That's cool and the inforgraphic looks good. Will try it at home

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    We've had a Traeger junior for years. DH smokes chicken, pork butt, salmon, beef...whatever. Some get a rub, some get a brine. He makes an amazing Bourbon BBQ sauce too that works with anything.

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