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Re: The Rib Thread
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Looks and sounds great!!! I'm am going to do this on the next ribs and I'll post it here also. I like the combination and the seasonings you have to compliment everything else included in the recipe. Buzz, put a name to it and I'll post it on my site. Thanks again for another winning recipe!! good luck.


Yeah they really mixed well for some robust flavors.... on the CAB line we'll have to go with

Caught-A-Berry-Buzz sauce!

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Re: The Rib Thread
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LOL, That sounds perfect!!!. good luck.

Posted on: 2014/6/20 9:39
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Re: The Rib Thread
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Tried out Buzz's Caught-A-Berry-Buzz-Sauce yesterday. The only thing I tweeked was the brown sugar and the blueberries. Just wanted a little more sweetness with the heatness i guess for my wife and her mom. Myself, I liked it a lot the way it was but my wife and her mom needed the sweetness tweeked a bit. It turned out great. I added the full two pints of blueberries and instead of 1/4 cup brown sugar I went with 3/4 cup. Otherwise everything stayed the same.

Here are some pics of the ribs and I served it with a pasta dish with broccoli,peas, and cheese included. Here are some pics----

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Re: The Rib Thread
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Look Delicious like always Reinhard....Thanks for the pics of the process, I always get too caught up. Hope you liked it!

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Hey, I liked the sauce and I'll be making it again!! I've got many people using your Cought-A-Buzz sauce recipe along with the combo Reinhard-Caught-A-Buzz sauce. I think the whole neighborhood here is using the sauces now LOL. good luck.

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Re: The Rib Thread
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Made these puppies tonight. Not a single complaint. Best ribs I have ever made. Kept it simple. Brown sugar, and Minnesota pork producers seasoning. Rubbed it on and slapped 'em on the grill for an hour and a half.

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Posted on: 2014/7/6 19:34
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Re: The Rib Thread
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They look very tasty!!! Here is a rack I did today. Just posting it because this is the thickest rack of baby backs I have had. Each rib was like a pork chop.. Put my Butcher Sauce on the ribs. Still have about 6 racks just like this one that I bought from the baby back rib sale Cub had last week. good luck.

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Re: The Rib Thread
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Pulled out a pair of baby backs I bought from cub on fire sale. Dry rubbed them and then onto the Weber. This was before I pulled them off.

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Those look very meaty also!! Nice to see photo's of these tasty baby backs!! good luck.

Posted on: 2014/7/7 7:30
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Re: The Rib Thread
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They were, wish I would of bought more at $1.99/lb.

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