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Bill-Chicago 08-25-2005 05:58 PM

Grieving for Gordon's
 
After 2 years, my 54oz jug of Gordon's grub rub is now gone. Rubbed down on a 7# brisket flat a new minutes ago.

Old friend, you will be missed

icemn62 08-25-2005 06:04 PM

RE: Grieving for Gordon
 
I am sure that his brother is waiting on standby to take his place, in your BBQ prep position of honor

Bill-Chicago 08-25-2005 06:38 PM

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Originally Posted by icemn62
I am sure that his brother is waiting on standby to take his place, in your BBQ prep position of honor

Nope, Gordons Grub Rub is a TX product. The only thing they invented. And they guard it with there lives

The_Kapn 08-25-2005 07:06 PM

Re: RE: Grieving for Gordon
 
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Originally Posted by willkat98
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Originally Posted by icemn62
I am sure that his brother is waiting on standby to take his place, in your BBQ prep position of honor

Nope, Gordons Grub Rub is a TX product. The only thing they invented. And they guard it with there lives

I am too lazy to look at map, but Gordon's is available in BillInnois at:
USA Gourmet in Bloomington per the Gordon's Web site.

Or, order on-line at http://www.grubrub.com/order.pdf

A "Brother in Need" is..... :lol:

You are welcome :lol:

TIM

Arlin_MacRae 08-25-2005 08:59 PM

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GRUB RUB! Dat's good chit, dere.

Bill-Chicago 08-25-2005 09:05 PM

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Tim

Bloomington is like 4 hours away.

I would rather fly down to Dallas for the real thing

The_Kapn 08-25-2005 09:19 PM

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Originally Posted by willkat98
Tim

Bloomington is like 4 hours away.

I would rather fly down to Dallas for the real thing

Or, you could click on the link.

But, I understand if you are not comfortable "surfing" and buying off the web :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

TIM

tommykendall 08-25-2005 09:50 PM

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Ditto Arlene. I've been putting it on tri-tips and cooking indirect after searing the chit out of them on the weber kettle. mmmm good.

jgh1204 08-25-2005 09:53 PM

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I like Williams Rub out of Cleveland, I have gone through 2 reg sized jars so far.

Elkhound 08-26-2005 08:33 AM

Gotta love the Grub Rub. Its a good thing the local stores here all have it. If not, I might have to try to make my own concoction :shock:

Jorge 08-26-2005 09:19 AM

Re: Grieving for Gordon's
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by willkat98
After 2 years, my 54oz jug of Gordon's grub rub is now gone. Rubbed down on a 7# brisket flat a new minutes ago.

Old friend, you will be missed

I could have sworn a bottle showed up at the Bash with your name on it......

brdbbq 08-26-2005 10:25 AM

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I would rather fly down to Dallas for the real thing
I will be working that weekend. :roll:

Bill-Chicago 08-26-2005 10:27 AM

Re: Grieving for Gordon's
 
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Originally Posted by Jorge
Quote:

Originally Posted by willkat98
After 2 years, my 54oz jug of Gordon's grub rub is now gone. Rubbed down on a 7# brisket flat a new minutes ago.

Old friend, you will be missed

I could have sworn a bottle showed up at the Bash with your name on it......

Phil opened it, so it was his


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