>>7256071 >In 1983, William Poundstone conducted laboratory research into the coating mix, as described in his book Big Secrets, and claimed that a sample he examined contained only flour, salt, monosodium glutamate and black pepper.
I like to take a page from the book of South Caroline Barbecue. I do my dry rub, Memphis style, slow cook it (at least, you don't have to smoke it, really) and then let it cool once it's done. Then I chop it up with a few splashes of apple cider vinegar here and there. Makes great tacos.
Some of that, tosses in a hot pan and swished to reheat, some black beans, pickled carrots, and fresh crumble cheese? Oh yes.
Alternatively I make a very lightly dressed creamy cole slaw, or use some more vinegar and some honey and salt to quick pickle julienned carrots, jalapeño, green cabbage. Chill it in the chest, drain, and spoon over the pork in a soft corn tortilla. Makes a good arepa, too.
>>7256265 Cumin, black pepper, cinnamon, salt. and lots of all of it, but a little less of the cinnamon. add your favorite powdered chili pepper for a little extra heat if you want. Pretty basic middle eastern "base" I've used it on just about everything from lamb to beef to sweet potatoes to infused butter on bread.
>>7256278 It's absolutely cooked with a dry rub. I make my blend, pat down the meat, rub a dub and let it sit to get happy. Then cook. The vinegar gets splashed on after it's done cooking while I'm chopping it up. More for a brightness and sweetness to counter the heavy spice I use, instead of for added moisture. Don't you feel smart?
Oh, and big secret, though vinegar before, during, and after cooking is definitely a South Carolina style, there are plenty of shops in Memphis right now that chop their barbecue up with healthy splashes of apple cider vinegar in the same way I do. I just don't use as much. And now you know.
>>7256435 I like lemon pepper wings but that is all I have ever tried it on for some reason. It's not one of the flavors that jumps out at me that I would do often but when I do have it I always like it
Just an old blanket that's been washed about 50 times. Super soft. Only thing is when dry rubbing with the blanket, precum tends to take away the soft spot of the blanket, making you shift to a new spot on the blanket.
Little baby powder limits the friction. Also throwing that bitch in the dryer for a little while before your dry rub is a veteran move.
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