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david 04-01-2004 08:27 AM

so flavor
 
Anybody else not like it as a rub???

Bill sent me some awhile back, and it's great on steak and burgers and eggs, but not so good on stuff that I've q'd...


Fire away, I've got asbestos underwear :P

nthole 04-01-2004 08:32 AM

I don't think it's intended as a stand alone rub. You could certainly mix it with a number of other things or mix it into an existing rub, but it's a pretty high salt content to use as a rub.

I don't use it as a rub, but I put it on everything eles.

brdbbq 04-01-2004 08:37 AM

Not for rub but seasoning. I made a similar post about Dreamland didn't burn my asbestos underwear to bad but a little scorched.

willkat98 04-01-2004 09:15 AM

I prefer So Flav Cajun as more of a rub. If I use Charbroil, I usually add something, like Fat Pats from Neil Hole.

parrothead 04-01-2004 09:25 AM

Quote:

like Fat Pats from Neil Hole.
You forgot " 's "

willkat98 04-01-2004 09:30 AM

Oops. Sorry.

Neil's Hole

nthole 04-01-2004 11:08 AM

bastid's

Bill you need some Fat Pat's? I should see about case ordering that stuff from them. I don't think you can get it outside of a few stores in St. Louis.

willkat98 04-01-2004 11:15 AM

I still got half bottle that you brought us.

Thanks

Put that stuff on pork chops 2 hours before grilling last night. Yums. No sauce needed.

nthole 04-01-2004 11:19 AM

They've got 3 different rubs. Only ones I use. Tried it one time...loved it, why change! I've got that book of rubs and sauces and tried mixing my own, was never happy with any of them.

Bigdog 04-01-2004 03:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nthole
They've got 3 different rubs. Only ones I use. Tried it one time...loved it, why change! I've got that book of rubs and sauces and tried mixing my own, was never happy with any of them.

Just wait until you get older, you'll get tired of the same ol-same ol. :)

badger 04-01-2004 04:09 PM

I like using So Flav as a rub, I have been doing my ribs with only So Flav, and anything else I BBQ I use it along with other spices as well.

chad 04-01-2004 06:39 PM

Quote:

Bill you need some Fat Pat's?
I ain't Bill :D but I'm fresh out of Fat Pat's. That's some good rub!

chad 04-01-2004 06:42 PM

RE: SF Charbroil

I use it to augment other rubs - the pepper flavor is nice. Cajun can stand alone but I use it mostly of chicken.

My go to spice lately has turned out to be homemade Emeril's original essence. I use it on chicken breasts and have used it to finish off the rub on ribs.

Heck, there are so many good rubs and seasonings out there that, like Neil said, when you find something you really like just stick with it.

Same 'ol same 'ol?? After 25 years I still dance with the one I brung!! :mrgreen:

DingleBerry 04-01-2004 06:56 PM

Looks like I needs to try some of this So Flaver stuff

Solidkick 04-01-2004 08:25 PM

I'm sure Bill will hook you up with some if you PM him your address.


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