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We now have Kosmos Q products in stock. We have the following...
Beef Injection
Pork Injection
Pork Soak
Cow cover rub
Dirty bird rub
Chicken Soak
Competition BBQ sauce
Moister Magic

Come on in and get some.
1690 North State Street Orem

or call 801.368.1555
(07-26-2011 05:58 PM)Flexo Wrote: [ -> ]We now have Kosmos Q products in stock. We have the following...
Beef Injection
Pork Injection
Pork Soak
Cow cover rub
Dirty bird rub
Chicken Soak
Competition BBQ sauce
Moister Magic

Come on in and get some.
1690 North State Street Orem

or call 801.368.1555

Had to take you up on this, Dan. I went in today and bought the pork injection. I've always wanted to give a try. For me, the joy of BBQ is the creative aspect of developing my own sauces, rubs, and injections. I liken it to creating a work of art, so I don't typically use any commercial products, but I need to know what I'm missing.

Best,

--Papa Boka
I would recommend going light the first time.

On the brisket I think it's 3/4 cup to 2 cups of juice, I think we got it down to 1/4 cup to 2 cups.
(08-27-2011 01:41 PM)SoEzzy Wrote: [ -> ]I would recommend going light the first time.

On the brisket I think it's 3/4 cup to 2 cups of juice, I think we got it down to 1/4 cup to 2 cups.

Thanks for the suggestion. I'm going to smoke a pork butt tomorrow and the suggestion on the bag seemed like a LOT of mix. Besides, at $22.00 a bag, if I like it, I'm going to have to make it last.
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