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  1. #11
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    Well, I've seen a few things here I might need to try, but anyhow, this is how I am currently doing mine. I heat up some SBR original with some butter, maple syrup, and my own sauce, which is vinegary with a kick, and apply twice, once on the heat with about 5 mins to go, and then just before I put them in the box, using a fine bristle brush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    My ratios are a little different, but that is essentially what I do as well for a sauce mix.

    I do add a little sweetness in the form of honey/agave for the chicken and ribs.

    One thing that I feel has shown up in the scores is how I apply the sauce......especially on chicken. I use a squeeze bottle for the sauce vs a brush or dunking. Seems like when I use the bottle, I score better......
    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    Me too!
    If you squirt it on with a squeeze bottle, how do you smooth it out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    If you squirt it on with a squeeze bottle, how do you smooth it out?
    I let gravity do the trick.

    After the first run off, I hit any spots that look light/missed and put it back in the smoker to set up a bit.


    Really, I think it comes down to me keeping my hands off of things. When I am using a squirt bottle, I don't mess with things as much as when I have a brush in my hand and feel compelled to try to "fix" every little blemish.
    FBJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    I let gravity do the trick.

    After the first run off, I hit any spots that look light/missed and put it back in the smoker to set up a bit.


    Really, I think it comes down to me keeping my hands off of things. When I am using a squirt bottle, I don't mess with things as much as when I have a brush in my hand and feel compelled to try to "fix" every little blemish.
    Yeah them brushes can screw with you. I personally only use a brush on my ribs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    If you squirt it on with a squeeze bottle, how do you smooth it out?
    I thought he meant he scores better when he hits the bottle...I hit the Jack Daniels Honey!

    I dunk my chicken. But I suck at chicken, so I wouldn't copy anything I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatback Joe View Post
    Seems like when I use the bottle, I score better......
    But do you still think that the next morning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    I thought he meant he scores better when he hits the bottle.
    I have trouble with the concept of moderation.

    Quote Originally Posted by O B City View Post
    But do you still think that the next morning?

    Not usually.
    FBJ

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