Best rub and sauce for ribs/pork

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  1. Grampa Murked U
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    Best I have ever had. Smoked with Hickory
     
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    From store-bought sauce/rub?! You're a fucking Visigoth!
     
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    I have to agree with MDK on this and you either do your own or go home!
     
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    I do my own, but Sweet Baby Ray's is pretty good stuff.
     
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    If it isn't mustard based, it doesn't belong on pork
     
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    Oh.. I dunno--you can get some great results from fruit chutneys---mixed with some vinegar and brushed on.

    I just did a double thick chop with mountain huckleberries that had been canned as a concentrate over an open fire for a smokey flavor--excellent. I used apple juice to thin out the berries. Brushed it on as a glaze.

    As for rubs..i agree...a dry rub of mustard, garlic, salt, pepper and brown sugar--works well.
     
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    Sweet Baby Ray's is pretty darn good....The Wally World store brand is highly underrated.

    I've used both for my can-o-cola slow cooker pulled pork and they're great.
     
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    Dijon Mustard, Honey, Salt, Pepper, Thyme and the drippings of the pork to make a good glaze on the ribs...
     
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    I do that with ginger ale, orange juice, fresh pepper, garlic & onion powder but that is a lot of effort and time (soak overnight) sometimes I just want to grill right away
     
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    I am the type to do it the hard way...

    Also love using whiskey in my sauces...
     

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