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Unread 05-14-2008, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default Whats in a good bark?

I recently bought a bunch of seasoning at Smart and Final. I did not really think about it, but I bought mostly powder stuff (onion powder, garlic powder, all spice powder, etc). I realized after i made a rub for some ribs that it came out very fine. I think a coarse rub would be better.

In the bother's opinions, what makes a better rub, coarse or fine? And is a thick coating a better bark maker? or just a sprinkle? So many questions....

just a side note: I just put in an order for Plowboys Yardbird Rub. I CAN'T WAIT! I have some wings in the freezer waiting to be rubbed!!

Hey Big Brother Smoke or Big Mista... what was the other rub you guys used on those wings, that "taste test" over at Norco's?
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