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Unread 04-13-2012, 12:08 AM   #16
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+1 for simply marvelous. Cherry and sweet seduction are my favorites so far.

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The Battle Axe

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Big Ron's Rubs!
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Simply Marevlous Cherry and Peppered Cow, Slap Your Daddy hot, and Plowboys Bolvine Bold.
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Butchers, and The Slabs
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Lawerys what I always use it cheap and easy to find, sometime on ribs I use McCormicks pork rub
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gore View Post
Foil Hat Rub concocted by Bigabyte. It's my go-to rub for most of what I cook.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=103989
Gotta agree with GORE. In fact i'll be making another batch this weekend. I gave the last bottle i had to my wife's OB-GYN doc.
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Legg's Sausage Seasoning Blend # 10.
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thanks yall. I've used different mccormick seasonings but my wife and I don't really care for them all that much. I do like the cooper's seasonings and the good ol Texas salt and pepper way. I guess when I get done makin my pit/smoker there is gonna have to be a lot of taste testing to follow.
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All the Big Poppa rubs, 3 Eyez, The Slabs and Smoking Guns
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I saw a lot of name get thrown out there but no recipes.
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Unread 04-13-2012, 12:29 PM   #27
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Medium Rub from Smokin' in the Dark! My 'go to' for pork butt.
http://www.smokininthedark.com/

Anything from Dizzy Pig...and I have some "heffer dust' on its way that I am going to try out from Spicewine Iron Works.
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