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Unread 10-04-2012, 04:02 PM   #1
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Default New & lookin for a new dry rub to try

We've got the KU vs K-State showdown this weekend, so I picked up a couple pork butts today and figured since I'm pretty new here, that I'd call on the brethren to point me in the direction of a popular dry rub recipe or brand for me to try.

I recently started injecting too, so injection and mop recipes are welcome as well.

Here's one I did a few weeks ago for a Chiefs game -too bad we sucked sooooooo hard!



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Simply Marvelous, Big Brother Smoke on here is in my opinion the Best OTC rub you can buy. All of his flavors are good on everything.
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Anything Simply Marcelous!
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If you want something flavourful but not sweet, Original Rub from The Rub Company.
I love this stuff!
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I don't know how much of a showdown it is going to be....

Anyway, all the suggestions are great. I suggest searching the forum for "Foil Hat Rub". It is fantastic.

Now, with that said, I usually don't use too fancy of a rub on pork butt because it always seems to get lost in the porky deliciousness. It just seems like kind of a waste. However, on anything else, go for it.

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http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=103989
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Thanks everyone. Decisions decisions.
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How about Google a basic rub and modify it more towards your liking.
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If can't find one of suggested OTC rubs, here's one I have used many times for pulled Pork : http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=38865

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