Tony's is great, but it is a seasoned salt and not a rub. I used to use it as an ingredient in rub in place of an equal amount of salt, but never as a rub itself.
Thanks for posting the recipe. Many years ago some very fine folks in Baton Rouge (after a particularly disasterous system conversion which I miraculously pulled off) gifted me with a 'care package' of Louisiana goodies, one of which was Tony's. Been hooked ever since.
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