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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02 11 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Buck.. Not bad for a Canadian eh.. Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02 11 11:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wait... yer a Canadian?

Starting the search for a new glaze... Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04 11 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice to see this one is still going so strong. I like the apple jack twist. Keep going Roxy. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 04 11 2:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bunqui wrote:
Nice to see this one is still going so strong. I like the apple jack twist. Keep going Roxy. Very Happy


Me too.. Next batch of ribs will be done with the Apple Jack.

I sure loved it in allsmokenofire's Oklahoma Apple Pie.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17 11 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roxy, I am going to try this on some ribs this weekend.

Does it work well with chicken too?
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17 11 2:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

alau wrote:
Roxy, I am going to try this on some ribs this weekend.

Does it work well with chicken too?


I do not know about chicken as I have never tried it.. Give it a shot and let me know what ya think..
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17 11 4:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
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Roxy, I am going to try this on some ribs this weekend.

Does it work well with chicken too?


I do not know about chicken as I have never tried it.. Give it a shot and let me know what ya think..


I will let you know...and of course I will take some pictures!
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 21 11 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, I've read enough on this subject.............I gonna have to try the glaze, Im sold. Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16 11 9:38 am    Post subject: WOW! Reply with quote

I tried this sauce tonight. If I could describe it in one word its.... AMAZING!
Its simplicity and great taste are outstanding.
I had to use rum because we were out of bourbon. Mad I cant wait to try this as it should be, with the bourbon.
2 thumbs up Roxy.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 19 11 6:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Roxie, long time no chat. Just dropped back in to see what's cook'n and lo and behold that rib glaze just caught my eye. It may even go fairly good on a turkey. I'm going to be smoking a bird this weekend and will try it.
Great seeing your posts again.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22 12 9:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I tried this glaze last night and it was amazing. Thanks so much for sharing!! And the taters were to die for, so much flavor.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23 12 2:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad you and the GF liked it.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18 12 1:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don' get the chance to fire up the smoker too often, I'm in England and we are not having a great summer.

Still managed some spare ribs today and used this glaze, it's the perfect finishing touch.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19 12 3:37 pm    Post subject: Urgent! Reply with quote

As if I haven't spent so much time looking for rubs and glaze, I can't believe I missed this one. Maybe it is something about me don't like the idea of a sticky... weird, I know.

Anyway, i'm planning to smoke this weekend and I will be using Roxy's own apple rub, the pig's nightmare one. Moving on, I was wondering what bourbon was used for this recipe? I know people say that JD isn't a technically a bourbon, but that's what I got from Roxy's posts here. I personally hate, I mean HATE, JD, but maybe if it all makes the difference for this glaze, I'd consider to stock one up.

I also read that some people used applejack brandy, but is it really better or made a huge difference with whatever bourbon used?

From those pictures on the OP, I can't wait for this recipe to be tested by myself.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19 12 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you don't like jack, try Jim Beam
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19 12 8:17 pm    Post subject: Re: Urgent! Reply with quote

mikekhelxD wrote:
Anyway, i'm planning to smoke this weekend and I will be using Roxy's own apple rub, the pig's nightmare one. Moving on, I was wondering what bourbon was used for this recipe? I know people say that JD isn't a technically a bourbon, but that's what I got from Roxy's posts here. I personally hate, I mean HATE, JD, but maybe if it all makes the difference for this glaze, I'd consider to stock one up.

I also read that some people used applejack brandy, but is it really better or made a huge difference with whatever bourbon used?

From those pictures on the OP, I can't wait for this recipe to be tested by myself.


The apple rub is not mine, wish I could take credit for that one. Portergolf is the master mind behind that creation.

You can use what ever bourbon you like. I really dont think it makes that huge a difference. The only bourbon I buy is Woodford Reserve and I hate to use that for a glaze.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20 12 5:34 am    Post subject: Re: Urgent! Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
mikekhelxD wrote:
Anyway, i'm planning to smoke this weekend and I will be using Roxy's own apple rub, the pig's nightmare one. Moving on, I was wondering what bourbon was used for this recipe? I know people say that JD isn't a technically a bourbon, but that's what I got from Roxy's posts here. I personally hate, I mean HATE, JD, but maybe if it all makes the difference for this glaze, I'd consider to stock one up.

I also read that some people used applejack brandy, but is it really better or made a huge difference with whatever bourbon used?

From those pictures on the OP, I can't wait for this recipe to be tested by myself.


The apple rub is not mine, wish I could take credit for that one. Portergolf is the master mind behind that creation.

You can use what ever bourbon you like. I really dont think it makes that huge a difference. The only bourbon I buy is Woodford Reserve and I hate to use that for a glaze.


I'm deeply sorry. I posted it very late and had it confused with your recipes.. I've read a lot of your recipe at the same time last night.. Wink .

Anyway, what alcohol did you used for this glaze roxy? Also, i'm assuming any bbq sauce will do? I'm planning to use a store bought one, Sweet Baby Rays in particular, will that be a bad idea because of the sweetness of it and the sugars in the glaze? Should I just cut back on the sugar from your recipe?

Another question, can I use light brown sugar than turbinado sugar? I've been on at least 5 stores and they don't have it. Maybe there are other names for it?
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20 12 5:59 am    Post subject: Re: Urgent! Reply with quote

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roxy wrote:
mikekhelxD wrote:
Anyway, i'm planning to smoke this weekend and I will be using Roxy's own apple rub, the pig's nightmare one. Moving on, I was wondering what bourbon was used for this recipe? I know people say that JD isn't a technically a bourbon, but that's what I got from Roxy's posts here. I personally hate, I mean HATE, JD, but maybe if it all makes the difference for this glaze, I'd consider to stock one up.

I also read that some people used applejack brandy, but is it really better or made a huge difference with whatever bourbon used?

From those pictures on the OP, I can't wait for this recipe to be tested by myself.


The apple rub is not mine, wish I could take credit for that one. Portergolf is the master mind behind that creation.

You can use what ever bourbon you like. I really dont think it makes that huge a difference. The only bourbon I buy is Woodford Reserve and I hate to use that for a glaze.


I'm deeply sorry. I posted it very late and had it confused with your recipes.. I've read a lot of your recipe at the same time last night.. Wink .

Anyway, what alcohol did you used for this glaze roxy? Also, i'm assuming any bbq sauce will do? I'm planning to use a store bought one, Sweet Baby Rays in particular, will that be a bad idea because of the sweetness of it and the sugars in the glaze? Should I just cut back on the sugar from your recipe?

Another question, can I use light brown sugar than turbinado sugar? I've been on at least 5 stores and they don't have it. Maybe there are other names for it?


No need to be sorry, honest mistake.

SBR will work just fine.

I mostly use JD but you can use anything you want, last time I used dark rum. You can use brown sugar if you cant find the other.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20 12 6:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

^ Thanks for the lightning response Roxy. I'll probably use rum instead unless I go to my buddies house and get him drunk to get a 1/8 cup of JD from his shelf Wink.

I might try mixing rum with lychee liqeuer i have lying around for extra smell. I know i know, my ribs are turning into a girlie one. I can't wait to make and taste this rub.
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mikekhelxD wrote:
^ Thanks for the lightning response Roxy. I'll probably use rum instead unless I go to my buddies house and get him drunk to get a 1/8 cup of JD from his shelf Wink.

I might try mixing rum with lychee liqeuer i have lying around for extra smell. I know i know, my ribs are turning into a girlie one. I can't wait to make and taste this rub.


I love the lychee stuff though I have not tried it in a glaze. You might be onto something.

Be sure to take some pix. Wink
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