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Jan 3, 2009 Ormond Beach, FL – After originally being presented the FBA Team Of The Year Cup after the 2003 season, by the Sorry Boys, the FBA TOTY winner from 2002. HomeBBQ.com managed to hold on to the cup for 5 consecutive years.
On this night, the FBA TOTY Trophy was presented to Rob (RUB) Bagby of Swamp Boys BBQ. Rub had an outstanding season which included 8 Grand Champion wins. Congratulations goes out to Swamp Boys BBQ, and good luck for the 2009 Season.
The FBA TOTY Cup was donated by the Sorry Boys BBQ Team (Chip Faul and Gary Lehman).
More information can be found at – The Florida Barbecue Association
By Kevin Bevington
Now that we have our rub, the right equipment, and we are able to control a consistent temperature, we are ready to attempt the toughest meat to cook, Beef Brisket. Lets first discuss how to select the meat you are about to cook. Beef Brisket can typically be sold in 3 different size cuts.
First, is the whole packer cut, this whole cut includes the 2 very distinctly different muscles that make up the entire cut, you have the flat which would be considered the flat long piece of meat, the point, which includes the nose end, and the meat layer underneath the flat, which is separated by a layer of fat which is also known as a deckle layer. The whole packer cut is the most desirable cut to cook in your smoker, the main reason being, the tremendous amount of fat that can be left on this cut to give it plenty of moisture to draw from while cooking.
I was told by my brother in law, Glenn, that at least one time I would want to try to make barbecue my very own…from start to finish. I asked him what he was talking about…he explained.
He told me that I take the time to select and buy the cut of meat I am looking to cook, I trim it and do all the other prep stuff…fire up the cooker and then start the cooking process…which is a long investment of time.
He went on to say that you do all of this, take it off the cooker, hold it while you prepare other items for sides and then put some store bought bbq sauce on your barbecue right before you eat it…He didn’t understand why I would do that.
Well, to be honest, I never had given it a thought…there were rubs already made for me to use…the same thing in regards to sauces. I figured I was just saving some time in certain areas. But he explained that if I would just take the time to learn how to make a rub and a sauce THEN the barbecue would truly be MY OWN! No one else’s mixes or recipes would be in my bbq hence it would be MINE from start to finish.
Just some bbq for thought for you folks who are just getting in to the art. Don’t get me wrong, I use rubs that aren’t mine more then I use my own…but 9-10 times I make my own sauce. I love it…my guests like it…and it just seems to compliment my barbecue.