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Unread 07-08-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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Default Look at all of these kinds of rubs

I found all of these rubs at a local farm supply store.
Have you tried any of them and are they worth buying?
If you do like some of them, share your opinion.
What does it taste best on, pork, beef, chicken?

Three Little Pigs Rub
KC Butt Spice
Texas Bones Seasoning for Steaks, Burgers and Fries
Memphis Mae’s Rib Rub
Bone Suckin’ Sauce
Smokey’s Carolina Style BBQ Rub
Plowboy’s BBQ Yardbird Rub
Arthur Bryants Meat & Rib Rub
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Unread 07-08-2011, 12:23 PM   #2
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Plowboys entire line is good stuff, the Yardbird is good on pork and chicken. Arthur bryants is interesting, I just get a lot of worchester flavor from it, so I found it was best on beef.
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I happen to like Bone Suckin' sauce, it is pretty good stuff.
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+1 on Plowboys
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Plus One For The Bone Sucking Sauce...Good Stuff!!!
And You Can't Go Wrong With PlowBoys....
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MMMMMMMMMmmmm Plowboys Yardbird on pork and Bovine Bold on beef!
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Plowboys Yardbird is fantastic for pork and chikn, and the great thing is that I don't have to hide the label from my wife since it HAS NO MSG.
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MMMMMMMMMmmmm Plowboys Yardbird on pork and Bovine Bold on beef!
Agree.
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The only two I am familiar with are Bone Sucking Sauce and Plowboys and as others have said both are good - I like the sauce on pork, and the Yardbird on, well... Yardbird. It's a bit salty for my taste since I don't use much salt normally but I do like salty chicken so it works! It also has a nice little kick - tasty, not too much.
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+1 on the plowboys and my wife really like's the smokey's on her chicken and porkchops
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Why not buy all of them and see what tastes best to you ?
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i just opened the three little pigs one my wife bought me for fathers day. used it on some chicken, pretty tasty
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Why not buy all of them and see what tastes best to you ?
I didn't have a spare $50 on me. They seem a little expensive for what you get and I bet the all taste about the same. I figured it's a forum and heck, people would be glad to give their expert opinions.
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Best rub I see there is Plowboy's, and best sauce is Bone Suckin' Sauce.
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bone suckin sauce is great and i think its all natural
no high fructose corn syrupy
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