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sterlingsmoker 12-06-2006 06:26 PM

Some rubs I like
What do ya all think of these rubs everybody?

nancee 12-06-2006 07:32 PM

I vote for the one on the top left. My $.02

DeanC 12-06-2006 09:07 PM

Head Country and Bad Byrons are the only two I have tried from what you have pictured. I like the HC on chicken.

Fredbird 12-06-2006 09:17 PM

I like the Willingham's on chicken. I haven't tried any of the others.

Bossmanbbq 12-06-2006 11:00 PM

I tried Butt Rub last year, I dont know if it is just me, but seemed to be way to salty for my taste. Head country is real good.

Sledneck 12-07-2006 01:38 AM

I thought Butt Rub was terrible, i would like to try the bone suckin one as i do like their sauce

Sledneck 12-07-2006 01:39 AM

I would like to know what awards the Famous Daves has received

FatDaddy 12-07-2006 02:26 AM

Should try some Bill's Season All from San Saba Texas.. good chit on most anything. Before i knew about all these other rubs etc. i used it exclusivly unless i mixed up my own concoction.

Sledneck 12-07-2006 02:32 AM

Wish i could find some grub rub up here

The Woodman 12-07-2006 06:02 AM

Bone Suckin was what really got me started on BBQ. Now I use Wolfe Rub, and Texas BBQ Rub almost exclusively. Tried Bad Byrons and found it WAY too salty. Dave Klose makes a great poultry rub. Woody

SP 12-07-2006 08:04 AM

I like Willingams, Head Country and Butt Rub. Of course those are hte only ones Ive tried.

Arlin_MacRae 12-07-2006 08:07 AM

I use Butt Rub, although sparingly (my dad is ga-ga over it), but the Rendezvous is right fine. Haven't tried the others.

BBQchef33 12-07-2006 08:32 AM

head countrys one of my favorites, but i cut it pretty hard with brown sugar. SALT-EEE on its own.

YankeeBBQ 12-07-2006 08:40 AM

Head country is good on chicken,brisket and pork. I never tried the bottled willinghams but I have used his poultry rub recipe on chicken. It's real good. Butt rub is a good finishing rub. Use it like you would use salt and pepper to finish a dish off. Not familiar with the rest.

Kirk 12-07-2006 09:37 AM

I have to agree that HC and Byron's are way salty. I have to use them (esp. Byron's) sparingly so as not to be overwhelmed by the salt. That always bugs me when you pay good money for a spice mix and the prime ingredient is salt. I already have that and I didn't pay 6 to 10 bucks for a little shaker of it. I wish they'd lay off it a bit so that the rest of the flavors can come through. Way out of balance if you ask me.
I've never tried any of the others though...

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