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Old 07-15-2019, 07:10 AM   #16
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Guys, so should i not use rubs with sugar in it, since i'm gonna ride full time unwrapped, and if so, can u guys recommend any good ones?
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Old 07-15-2019, 11:20 AM   #17
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Guys, so should i not use rubs with sugar in it, since i'm gonna ride full time unwrapped, and if so, can u guys recommend any good ones?
I prefer a savory rub for my ribs. If/when I add sugar, it's usually in the form of a sauce applied during the last hour of the cook, or simply served on the side. My rubs usually consist of Fiesta Brand Rib/Pork rub, kosher salt, coarse black pepper, and paprika. Lately I've been adding a bit of SuckleBusters Hoochie Mama which I think has some sugar in it, but it's not overwhelmingly sweet and doesn't burn on a 6 hour cook. I'm pretty loyal to Fiesta Brand seasoning, but SuckleBusters is freaking awesome too and they have amazing customer service. Can't go wrong with either.
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Guys, so should i not use rubs with sugar in it, since i'm gonna ride full time unwrapped, and if so, can u guys recommend any good ones?



I always do a variety.


If I'm buying, I've had good luck with Kosmo's, Dizzy Pig, and I like plowboys Bovine bold. I find their yardbird run too salty.




Your basic homemade rub
brown sugar, paprika, s&P, garlic powder, onion powder, ground mustard, celery seed or salt, I like to add cumin
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I wrap from time to time, but my best ribs are not wrapped. I know this can become a holy war discussion but I just think cooking straight through without wrapping produces a better product.
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