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Old 11-21-2012, 04:54 PM   #22
Texas Turtle
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Join Date: 05-26-09
Location: Fulshear, Texas

I have used it on chicken & pork and it's good for both. I actually find it a bit mild for my taste. Bovine Bold is good for pork and beef. I buy it in small quantities at my local Bass Pro Shop to keep it fresh. It's a little pricey, so I usually reserve it for special occasions. My everyday fallback rubs are Bolner's Fiesta rubs from HEB, but they seem saltier than Plowboys to me, so I use them more sparingly.
BBQ Apprentice - Old Country Brazos offset, 22.5 WSM, Various gassers, portable grills, etc.
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