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Unread 08-03-2011, 01:58 PM   #1
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i am looking for a good rub.. either home made or purchased doesn't matter to me.. although home made would be cool..

i plan to use it mostly on pork butts and brisket.. was hoping to use it for both
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i am looking for a good rub.. either home made or purchased doesn't matter to me.. although home made would be cool..

i plan to use it mostly on pork butts and brisket.. was hoping to use it for both
I just got my order from Simply Marvelous yesterday and can't wait to try them out! Also got a shaker of Plowboy's Yardbird Rub. Forgot to get the Sweet Seduction from SM, though. Will be getting some very soon!

Everyone has great things to say about SM's Rubs!

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Simply Marvelous Cherry Rub is awesome. Goes good on anything.
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Simply Marvelous Cherry Rub is awesome. Goes good on anything.
I've got to get me some of that. ^
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I use Chef Paul's Honey BBQ rub for pork and turkey. Haven't tried it for beef yet. I like beef to be more salty than sweet.
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Use the Google search at the bottom of the page.Enter foil hat rub.Awesome recipe for a home made rub from bigabyte
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Foil_Hat_Rub

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I just got some of the Yardbird rub and used it last night. Big thumbs up from the whole family.
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I make my own never have bought any. It's a modified K.C style that I use to make ENC pulled pork. I have been told I make the best PP in Eastern Tennessee. I'll be glad to share the recipe.
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I'd love to try your rub recipe please forward it. Thanks in advance
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"looking for a good rub" Aren't we all?? I tend to make my own as well. Kind of a mixture of onion salt, garlic powder & some minced, cinnamon, kosher salt, paprika, oregano, curry, cayenne, cumin, a bit of lowry's type seasoning & for extra heat I sometimes use something called "Slap yo Momma" a cajun-based hot as hell seasoning. Just my $.02 Also some sugar. I'm sure I could have missed something, but I'm just going off the top of my head. I kinda just start mixing stuff together & see what it tastes like. Funny how some of them taste so much better after a few beers!!

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I make my own never have bought any. It's a modified K.C style that I use to make ENC pulled pork. I have been told I make the best PP in Eastern Tennessee. I'll be glad to share the recipe.
I would like to have the best PP in Eastern Tennessee recipe.
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I recently tried Todds dirt. That will be one I keep on hand along with Texas bbq rubs. I have to try The Rub co. and Simply Marvelous yet.
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Oakridge BBQ has IMHO some mighty fine rubs. They also offer sampler packs for a penny!

~ ONE PENNY SAMPLE 5-PACK ~

1 Penny Ultimate Combo Sample Pack - Includes All 5 Rub Varieties! That's over 7 Ounces of Rub for one penny! (plus $3.74 for shipping) - $3.75


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I use all dried green spices, thyme, oregano, basil, marjoram, sage, ...
in equal quantities plus salt and pepper to taste.

I have a mini-blender used only for dry things. Blend until medium to fine.

I ordered a sampler pack from Dizzy Pig - so far nothing I don't want more of.
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