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Unread 08-29-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default briskett rub

I hear guys using black pepper and salt for a rub.how much of each is needed.thanks
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I like a 75/25 salt/pepper ratio with a good heavy coating when I do a straight s&p rub.
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By volume: 1 part kosher salt to 4 parts 16 mesh black pepper
BY weight: equal measures of each
4 oz will do 3 12 lb briskets
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16 mesh black pepper
Blu-one. Can I assume that is black pepper ground fine enough to pass through a 16 mesh strainer or sieve?
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By volume: 1 part kosher salt to 4 parts 16 mesh black pepper
BY weight: equal measures of each

This is what I do for mine. I don't know if the pepper I use is 16mesh or not, but it is the course ground butcher style ground pepper. I go by weight on this as well and not by volume.
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Central Texas style is even amount of both. 1/2 cup coarse pepper 1/2 cup kosher salt
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It's all about individual tastes..... When it comes to a salt/pepper rub, I like 2 parts salt, 1 part pepper.

Gamble Pro 1, I'd start with a 50/50 blend and adjust, if needed, to your liking from there.
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I usually start with some cooking oil, dust with garlic powder and cayenne to taste and then give it a good coating with the 50/50 coarse salt and pepper rub.
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Salt pepper onion garlic works on anything. When I make up a simple rub, it's usually based on 50% coarse ground pepper (fresh ground), 25% kosher salt, then equal parts granulated garlic and granulated onion to make up the rest.
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Agreed. Tired this rub for the first time a couple of weeks ago and it's outstanding. Going to try their chicken rub next.
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Yardbird is awesome. Dont let the name fool you. It is good on chicken, but even better on ribs!
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Agreed! Wish they did more.
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