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Old 03-23-2013, 05:19 PM   #1
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Default My rub recipie and advise wanted please

Advise please

My father gave me this recipe for a dry rub he got out of some old crusty bbq book years ago. He and I have used it with great success on briskest. Now that is the only thing I have ever used it for. What do guys think of it and how do you think it would do for ribs and pork shoulder?

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3 ½ oz Cumin
3 ½ oz Granulated Garlic
2 oz Salt
2 oz Black Pepper
1 ½ oz Coriander
1 oz Dry Mustard
½ oz Ground Anise
½ oz Ground Marjoram
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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The rubs used in "Q" are really a personal taste / liking of the cook.

There are so many variations on rubs that the choices are endless...

Try it and see how you like it... and adjust to your liking if necessary.
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^ +1 very subjective.
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Pork needs some sweet. I would add some turbinado sugar.
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I'm thinking that looks like the kid of rub you use for layered applications, like you see Pitmaster T doing in his vids. A layer of salt, then rub, then some basic seasonings. I agree that sweet is missing for pork and chicken, but you can always add that separately with the salt!
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The rubs used in "Q" are really a personal taste / liking of the cook.

There are so many variations on rubs that the choices are endless...

Try it and see how you like it... and adjust to your liking if necessary.
you are so right . i have several rubs . That i like but there are a lot of q,ers that don't like them. it is personal taste
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I already have a batch made up so I think I am going to divide it, add some sugar, and give it a go. Thanks for all the input.
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Old 03-23-2013, 10:21 PM   #8
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careful with the cumin, if it has a bitter aftertaste.
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Old 03-23-2013, 10:30 PM   #9
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It looks a lot like an old pork rub to me. I think newer rubs for pork are sweeter than the old rubs. I also bet it would work on chicken.
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