Food Discussion : BBQ

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  1. SouthsideIrish

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    Lets rap.


    I was taught to bbq from my wifes uncle who was not by a black guy.

    Black people are the true "Qers"

    My favorite thing to smoke is

    spare ribs and dark chicken..2-3 hours

    My favorite thing to grill is pork country ribs

    I usually go about an hour on the grill...indirect heat.
     
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    I used to get all crazy with these rubs and stuff but now I just go with onion salt and garlic powder.

    Again it is how my wifes uncle does it and it just seems to me to have a "black authentic bbq" taste.

    Intresting in learning what kind of meats you guys prefer, what type of spices and what is your method of cooking.
     
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    No pork, chicken! Do you use natural coals and a stacker?
     
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    yes natural coals...by stacker...i think you mean the thing you put the charcoal in and light it with paper on the bottom?

    Heres a tip...use a bit of cooking oil on your paper and a shot's worth over the charcoal..It will act like a candle...it will make the paper burn...but slower..you know sometimes that paper burns without the coals lighting all the way.