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HuskerMan
02-02-2014, 09:18 AM
My issue is that when ordering there wasn't any warning telling me to order double what I normally do! :mrgreen: Sure seems like once I switched to OakRidge I'm going through my rub supply a lot faster. Between family and friends I can't keep up with the request. If anyone out there reading this is thinking about switching to OakRidge don't hesitate and get yours today.

mytmouz
02-02-2014, 10:05 AM
Got a Black Ops brisky rolling right now. I agree, I should have gotten a larger size, lol...

Dirtbuddy
02-02-2014, 11:45 AM
I also have a bit of a problem with Oakridge BBQ...

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r127/dirtbuddy420/Dirtbuddy420%20BBQ/image1.jpeg

5lbs Game Changer..

http://i143.photobucket.com/albums/r127/dirtbuddy420/Dirtbuddy420%20BBQ/image-10.jpeg

deguerre
02-02-2014, 11:47 AM
There's no 12 step program, either...













Which is a good thing, actually. :thumb::thumb:

Diesel Dave
02-02-2014, 11:53 AM
Which is why we all still suffer.................

Just buy it 5lbs at a time then when 1/2 way through it you reorder and never run low on your fix

jketron
02-02-2014, 12:23 PM
I've been addicted since I was introduced as well. Oakridge makes great products. I use it in both competition and for home cooking. I've introduced several neighbors to the Oakridge product line and they love it.

DUBBAGA
02-02-2014, 01:58 PM
If only Mike would come out with a Black Ops brisket patch that we could wear while at work and unable to eat

IamMadMan
02-02-2014, 03:24 PM
Same thing here, I also have a problem...

I am an OakRidge BBQ Rub Addict..... There I said it...

I switched from another rub which I had used for years. Bad customer service from the other supplier led me to OakRidge BBQ who handled my request within an hour.

While I was grateful with all of Mike's assistance I thought I would somehow miss the other brand... NO WAY...

Once I used OakRidge I tasted the superior quality and gave the remaining rub from the other source away to another Brethren on the forum.

I agree, don't hesitate, just jump in and make the switch. Not salty, not sweet, and the flavors of the spices shine through like the north star... The only sweet rub is the "Sweet Rib Rub".....

My deployed sons, one in South Korea, the other at Diego Garcia, always ask me to send them rubs not only for grilling, but also for inside cooking as well. Mike charges more than reasonable shipping costs when I have to drop ship from his location.

http://post11.org/Pictures/Rub 2a.JPG

Habanero Death Dust is on my next order...

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