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Unread 07-07-2013, 09:18 AM   #1
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I can't find a rib rub that I like if any one could give any ideas it would be helpful to me thanks
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Unread 07-07-2013, 09:22 AM   #2
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Seriously? Might help if you shared what you have made before and what you didn't like about it.
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I have tried head country with agave nectar I have made one from Paul Knicks book championship bbq sauce just getting started on myribs
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There is Google search box near the bottom of the page. There are many many rib rubs recipes on here. You should be able find one that you like

For commercial rubs, Plowboy's Yardbird and Simply Marvelous Sweet & Spicy, Sweet Seduction, Spicy Apply and Cherry are all good on ribs.
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Salt n pepper is all you need.
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Williams rib tickler and BPS money are both good on ribs.
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Plowboy's Yardbird and Simply Marvelous line of rubs are all great.
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I'm a fan of Big Poppa Smoker rubs and Simply Marvelous.
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I lay down a lite base of Slap ya Momma, followed by my Pork rub for the BBQ Challenged OR I use just S&P when I cook for me.

Blus' Pork Rub for the BBQ Challenged

1 4 oz bottle Sweet Paprika
1/2 a 4oz bottle Sugar( what ever kind you have)
1/2 a 4 oz bottle of Kosher salt
1 teasp celery salt
1 Teasp Granulated onion
1 Teasp Granulated garlic
1 Table sp Mrs Dash Lemon pepper
1/2 tsp (or to taste) Cayenne pepper
1 Teasp Ginger
1 Teasp mustard powder
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Thanks for the help
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I am also a fan of Simply Marvelous and OakRidge....
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Here's what I use... Works great on butts too

Combine all the following for an awesome and (fairly) low sodium rub..
1 T Kosher Salt
2 T Pure Chili Powder
2 T Light Brown Sugar
2 T Granulated Garlic
2 T Paprika
1 T Dried Thyme
1 T Ground Cumin
1 T Celery Seed
1 T Ground Black Pepper
1 T Cayenne Pepper
1 T Onion Powder
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I really like that spicy apple on the piggie.............
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Salt, fresh ground multi color pepper, granulated garlic, granulated onion... heavy on the pepper. It works on everything. Why yes, there is no sugar in that....
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Thank for all the help ill try all of these
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