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Unread 12-10-2010, 11:50 PM   #16
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Looking forward to trying w/ the "special" ingredients!
Here's one: Smoked paprika (a little, in addition to the sweet paprika)

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Unread 12-11-2010, 07:37 AM   #17
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I like your style John. You are always very generous with your knowledge and obviously have a good palate.

Side note: People give me a little grief when they know I have three "main" paprikas, but each is so very different.
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Unread 12-11-2010, 04:03 PM   #18
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Thanks, Hawg.

Another of the secret ingredients is Worcestershire powder. I get mine from
World Spice Merchants.

Go easy with this, as it packs a lot of punch.

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Unread 12-11-2010, 06:49 PM   #19
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That looks really tastey. I love making my own rubs as well as trying commercially available ones. I'll have to try yours sometime soon.
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John, thanks for your generosity. These types of threads are bedrock BBQ Brethren.
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Thanks. I'm all about the brethren and sistren, so I thought it best to let the
shields down a bit.

There are two more "secret ingredients". Anyone care to hazard a guess or
two?

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Thanks for sharing this recipe. I've never made my own rub before so this is a wonderful start. As far as one of the secret ingredients - could one be Cinnamon?
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I am always mixing up different rubs to try on the family- gathering up supplies for yours - many thanks for the recipe - cumin, maybe for another secret ingredient?
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Thanks for the recipe John, looks to be a good one.

Question: Is the sugar you use similar to or the same as Turbinado or the brand name, Sugar in the Raw? If appears similar in the picture.
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Thanks for sharing this recipe. I've never made my own rub before so this is a wonderful start. As far as one of the secret ingredients - could one be Cinnamon?
Ding! Ding! Ding! Cinnamon is one.

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... Question: Is the sugar you use similar to or the same as Turbinado or the brand name, Sugar in the Raw? If appears similar in the picture.
No, the sugar I use is just evaporated cane juice and it isn't as course or
brown as Sugar In The Raw.

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Thanks John for sharing can't wait to try this out. This time of year I'm trying a lot of new things. I agree start with quality fresh ingredients does make a difference. Ok now post the un-cut recipe I'll tell noone.
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There are two more "secret ingredients". Anyone care to hazard a guess or
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Thanks for sharing.. I'll have to make up a batch of this soon.

Rosemary possibly?
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