Rub would be good but basically turn out country ribs.
Tasso has to have attitude: read that as cayenne and HEAT...otherwise it's not tasso. However, as BluDawg said it's a bit like talking about BBQ rub. Also, tasso is cured, smoked, goodness. Mine comes out a lot like very thick jerky - best to have a good knife to cube it up. Tasso is not intended to be eaten by itself but used as an ingredient in things like gumbo, jambalya, etc. However, YMMV!
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