Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by prettychili, Apr 9, 2010.
ok here goes, what is the best to put in the spray bottle for chix and ribs?
Apple juice and rum mixed. I use one cup apple juice to 1/4 cup rum.
it that for us or the meat?
Oh wow!! This could be a long thread. You should get quit a few responses.
There are so many things you can do.
Myself, I like sweet things. Juices of any sort. I've used pineapple, orange, apple, Dr.pepper, Sprite, cherry. ect..
I've even heard of others on here using cherry cool-aid.
Just mix up something you like and go for it. Experiment a little.
I mixed White Grape Juice and Crown Royal 3 to 1 and it was awesome.
OMG!!! not the CROWN!
I just use apple juice straight
For us, I mix it 50/50. You will not find me mixing my Crown Royal in a spray bottle either. Only in a Crown glass with 3 ice cubes and a dribble of ginger ale.
i dont believe in the designation of "whats best" that varies by person..
I use cranberry juice, olive oil, my rub(aint gettin that recipe), and Jim Beam.
I've just been using apple juice so far, but I like the idea of adding a bit of oil - I might try that
Welcome to the SMF. Glad to have you here. Lots of good folks, great recipes and knowledge. Looking forward to your first qview.
I also use a food service squirt bottle vs a spray bottle.. a tart wash ala the book "Low and Slow" and WSM & bbq master G. Wiviott.
My spray bottle contains 100% cherry juice. Like Jim's recipe of adding some olive oil to it, in addition to some rub.
Use straight apple juice. Drink the rum
Sir, put the Crown bottle down and step away slowly, your are commiting an illegal act that no man should commit. I use apple juice, but Bassman gave me an idea I will have to try, at least once.
I like sweet smokes . I add 2 cups apple cider 1cup jim beam to 1/2 cup molasses. heat and stir to thin . then spray.
I use cidar vingar and apple juice mixture about 30/70 mix.
Mine is very similar to Mballi... I go with a 3 parts apple juice to 1 part cider vinegar...although I like the idea of the mollasses in the mix!