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Old 10-18-2012, 12:37 AM   #1
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Default Recipe: Whole Lotta Rub (pics)

Whole Lotta Rub

There are times when we barbecue dudes need a whole lotta good rub that's
fresh, good, and inexpensive. I developed this recipe last fall for a welcome
home cook for our local Army National Guard troops. It was well-received
then, so last week when I needed a bunch of rub to cater the meat for a
friend's wedding I was glad that I had documented the recipe.



This is a great all-purpose rub that is very economical. It's essentially a bulk
version of my Memphis-style BBQ Dry Rub. All of the ingredients can be had
in the bulk foods section of any good supermarket. The recipe makes 14
pounds of rub, and it cost me just under $20, minus the food-safe bucket
and lid.

Ingredients
6 lbs Sea salt, medium coarse
2 lbs Evaporated cane sugar
3 lbs Brown sugar
1/2 lb Paprika
1/2 lb Chili powder, medium heat
1/2 lb Granulated onion (not "powder")
1/2 lb Ground mustard
1/4 lb Granulated garlic (not "powder")
1/8 lb Black pepper
1/8 lb Celery seed
1/8 lb Ground ginger
1/16 lb Ground chipotle
1/16 lb Coriander

Note: You'll need a large food-safe and airtight container and some means
of mixing the ingredients very well.

Method
Combine all of the ingredients in a food-safe bucket or other large container.



Mix the ingredients very well until they are all fully incorporated. I used my
cordless drill fitted with a brand new (and washed) $6 paint mixer from Home Depot.



Seal the container and store the rub in a cool and dark place.

How easy is that?!

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John

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Old 10-18-2012, 01:04 AM   #2
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Wow, you must have a serious smoking problem! (The best kind to have eh?!?!) That is wonderful, I truly wish that I was good enough and felt confident enough to be able to use that amount of rub on meat. I would give anything to try some of the finished product where that rub is....
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:51 AM   #3
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Thanks for the recipe.
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Old 10-18-2012, 04:55 AM   #4
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John thanks for the post and thanks for supporting our troops. We also do the same for our troops here in town a couple times a year. My daughter is Air Force so it means a lot.
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Old 10-18-2012, 05:51 AM   #5
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Excellent recipe!
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:53 AM   #6
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Very similar to the rub I use! I will try yours next cook because there are a couple of ingredients I haven't tried. Thanks
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Bookmarked!
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I have not made alot of homemade rub. Where do you buy your spices by the pound?
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I have not made alot of homemade rub. Where do you buy your spices by the pound?
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John thanks for the post and thanks for supporting our troops. We also do the same for our troops here in town a couple times a year. My daughter is Air Force so it means a lot.
It's an honor to serve our troops. Please tell your daughter thanks from a former fellow wing nut.

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Old 10-18-2012, 10:59 AM   #11
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I may have to try that. I like that you made it in parts so it could easly be broken down from pounds to tablespoons for smaller batches.

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Here's a better ingredients list that has the smaller amounts in ounces rather than fractions of a pound:

Ingredients
6 lbs Sea salt, medium-fine
2 lbs Evaporated cane sugar
3 lbs Brown sugar
8 oz Paprika, sweet
8 oz Chili powder, medium heat
8 oz Granulated onion (not "powder")
8 oz Ground mustard
4 oz Granulated garlic (not "powder")
2 oz Black pepper, medium-fine
2 oz Celery seed
2 oz Ground ginger
1 oz Ground chipotle
1 oz Ground coriander
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Old 10-18-2012, 11:49 AM   #13
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Preciate it my man. Will give it a whirl...
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You da man Daddio.
Ever since the operation. *rimshot*

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