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Old 02-09-2013, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default Looking for a new chicken rub

Really wanting something with a mild heat, but rich on the citrusy side. Any suggestions?? Right now, the rub i am seeing online, that has the closest description to what I am looking for, would be Big Poppa's Desert Gold. Any of you guys try this?
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:01 PM   #2
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1 bottle Ms Dask Lemon Pepper
1 tbl Lawrys SS
2 tbl Paprika
1 tsp Cayenne
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:23 PM   #3
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You described PlowBoy's Fin and Feather perfectly!

Great Stuff.

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You described PlowBoy's Fin and Feather perfectly!

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Sweet !


I just was introduced to the Plowboy's line. I used their Bovine on steaks last night....and Yardbird on some wings last week & on chicken halves tonight.

I also have a can of their Fin & Feather. Looking forward to trying it, too.

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I just ordered Slap Yo Daddy's chicken rub. I wanted to give it a whirl because I just havent found a single rub I like on chicken yet.
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I just ordered Slap Yo Daddy's chicken rub. I wanted to give it a whirl because I just havent found a single rub I like on chicken yet.
Post up your results-opinions.

Soo's rubs are intriguing. I'd like to try them sometime, too.
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Very noticeable citrus taste... with mild heat?
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I ordered a bag of Harry soos chicken rub when it first came out. Its my favorite chicken rub that I have tried, it's fantastic and describes what you want in a rub perfectly. It has that citrus and heat kick. It's different than his normal rubs.
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I ordered a bag of Harry soos chicken rub when it first came out. Its my favorite chicken rub that I have tried, it's fantastic and describes what you want in a rub perfectly. It has that citrus and heat kick. It's different than his normal rubs.
Awesome! Scale of 1-10, where's the level of heat. Has to be kid friendly ;-)
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I don't like a lot of heat, I would have to give maybe a 5. When I taste the rub straight you don't get a big heat kick so you have to use a good amount.
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i love this stuff.
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Very noticeable citrus taste... with mild heat?
Very mild heat that cooks out some.
You could always add a touch of Cayenne if you want more.

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Here is some pron using SYD chicken rub
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Old 02-09-2013, 05:35 PM   #14
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Thanks so much guys!! Looks like I have 3 new rubs I'm gonna be trying :) Can't wait!!
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