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Unread 09-09-2012, 01:54 PM   #1
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Default Look what came in the mail this weekend!

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I finally ordered some goodies from Big Brother Smoke!
And when I opened the package, I found a pair of gloves in there as well.
Thanks Brother!!! I cant wait to try this stuff out. I have three ribeyes in the fridge Im going to cook up tonight. Any suggestions on what I should try first?
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My vote is season all or the pecan. I like them both with steaks.

Not sure if you are asking steph, or everyone. But there is my suggestion.
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My vote is season all or the pecan. I like them both with steaks.

Not sure if you are asking steph, or everyone. But there is my suggestion.
Thanks!
Anyone who has tried his products!
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I love all his rubs
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Man it's all good! I did a butt the other night with sweet & spicy and it was perfect! And the blues hog is great on chicks & pork!
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Looks like a great delivery, but in case you missed it, Steph sells a few more products you didn't get.

On ribeyes? I'm a purist with steaks and don't do BBQ rubs. So probably the Season All.

I've enjoyed Sweet and Spicy on butts and ribs. Cherry and Sweet Sensations aren't my favorites. Steph has recommended in the past they they be layered on top of Season All. I think this is better.
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Cherry, Spicy Apple, and Sweet Seduction are my favorites, but they are all good.

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My family loves the Sweet Seduction and Cherry. But you really can't go wrong with any of them.
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Ive been tasting all of them and have to say they all taste great!

Anyone try the peppered cow on steaks?
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Yep I'd go with the peppered cow or the season all with corse grind pepper

You can go wrong they are all great
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That's a nice haul. (Jealous mod).
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From left to right. Peppered cow, sweet subduction w/pepper, cherrie rub w/pepper. More pron to come!
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I use twice as much cherry as any of the others... Ordered a 5lb bag of it after emptying the first bottle. Second favorite is peppered cow... great on steaks, burgers and tri tip. Just rubbed a standing rib roast with it...
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I love Simply Marvelous rubs, I don't have a favorite. I will need to get more soon

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Peppered Cow on steak is awesome.
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