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Unread 06-06-2014, 01:40 AM   #1
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Default German and Italian Brisket Rubs

Struggling to find a rub that is German or Italian influenced. I am cooking 4 briskets tomorrow night @225 for the long haul for a Foreign Exchange Student Farewell BBQ party.

Brisket #1 - my homemade rub
Brisket #2 - Thai / Filipino influenced rub
Brisket #3 - German - NO RUB YET - need help
Brisket #4 - Italian - NO RUB YET - need help

If y'all have some rub recipes or suggestions please let me know for these.

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Here are a couple Italian rubs:

http://kissmysmoke.com/italian-herb-rub/
http://www.cookingwithnonna.com/ital...ked-ribs1.html
http://bbq.about.com/od/rubrecipes/r/ble10306d.htm

If you want German, I think I'd try this recipe with a spicy brown mustard: http://bbq.about.com/od/rubrecipes/r/bl70913b.htm

I've actually used some of the other rubs on this site before. There's a great collection of various ideas here: http://bbq.about.com/od/rubrecipes/
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For German I tend to think of things like caraway, mace, celery seed and mustard. You might be able to work some or all of those into a rub to get a German inspired flavor.
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For German and beef I always think Sauerbraten. My mother's side of the family came from Germany via Russia and man could my Granny cook a mean Sauerbraten. You could marinade the brisket with a sauerbraten recipe, then smoke it.
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