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Unread 04-11-2013, 09:10 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever used this rub? I saw on another thread of 100 best rubs and it came in first. looked it up and the site dont give much info
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Its been awhile since I tried it but not that impressed. Its readily available in florida so based upon other responses I might give it another try since I'm cooking a lot more now.
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I think that may be Jimmy Brod's, aka smokincracker on The Brethren.

He is one of the best, and a heck of a nice guy.
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I was given a container of it quite a few years ago. It was so full of MSG at that time I only used it once but, it tasted good.
They now have one that has no MSG that I haven't tried yet.
Watch which one you get if you can't do MSG anymore like me.
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I love Everglades seasoning. I have only tried the original (with the MSG). I have used it with good success on tri-tip and beef ribs. I have not tried it on pork or chicken. I intend to try it on some spare ribs in the near future.
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Sorry, I have never seen that one in my area.
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I like it, too. I spend the winter in south Florida and always bring home 2 or 3 containers. It is real good on beef. The Hendry County Cattlemens Assoc.(Fl) use it exclusively when cooking steaks for groups
Haven't tried the spicy one. Haven't seen it anywhere but Florida.
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I'm disappointed with this rub, even bought a few versions of it if I remember correctly. Tastes like thanksgiving stuffing spice...lots of sage.
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