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Unread 10-29-2013, 03:01 AM   #1
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My dad is looking to add some rubs to his grill and smoker cover business and asked me for recommendations. I gave him a few, but knew this would be a great resource to see what a lot of people like. If you could let me know some of your favorites and maybe what you use them on it would be greatly appreciated. I told him to get on this site and start using it so he can start advertising and ask a lot of questions, but I don't think he has yet. Thanks in advance.
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The Simply Marvelous line of rubs, The Oak Ridge line, and Plowboy's line are some of my favorites. There are so many great commercial rubs available nowadays that I hardly make my own homemade rubs anymore.
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Todds Dirt and Plowboys are the only commercial rubs I have ever purchased I usually make mine. Both are excellent rubs
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Everything by Kosmos Q is awesome and Darian gets stuff out to you supa fast
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Kosmos on beef, Blues Hog on ribs, Cowtown all purpose on butts, chicken, and turkey
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The Simply Marvelous line of rubs, The Oak Ridge line, and Plowboy's line are some of my favorites. There are so many great commercial rubs available nowadays that I hardly make my own homemade rubs anymore.
I'll second this one.
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My dad is looking to add some rubs to his grill and smoker cover business and asked me for recommendations. I gave him a few, but knew this would be a great resource to see what a lot of people like. If you could let me know some of your favorites and maybe what you use them on it would be greatly appreciated. I told him to get on this site and start using it so he can start advertising and ask a lot of questions, but I don't think he has yet. Thanks in advance.
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Smoking Guns Hot and Smoking Guns Sweet Heat...along with the others that have been mentioned.
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The Simply Marvelous line of rubs, The Oak Ridge line, and Plowboy's line are some of my favorites. There are so many great commercial rubs available nowadays that I hardly make my own homemade rubs anymore.
Looks like I'm a 3rd on this... Super choices above.
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I would say Simply Marvelous, Plowboys, and Oakridge! Each have some awesome flavors.
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3 eyez for ribs and pork. Trying it with chicken this off season as well. Not sure about the Briskee. But it is my favorite for everything pork related.
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Any and all of the Dizzy Pig line of rubs.
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