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Unread 09-09-2013, 11:39 PM   #1
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Default Anybody ever use there bbq rubs on Non BBQ cooks?

Just asking I use a little sometimes.. But normally I don't...
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Like putting rub on popcorn? I use Old Bay Seasoning on corn-on-the-cob. If you like to experiment, it is an easy way to get different flavors into your food.
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yes I do
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Oh yeah, especially Yardbird or the Simply Marvelous rubs. Great way to jazz up veggies...or popcorn. Experiment and enjoy. If you find a recipe you really like, please post and tell us about it.
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I use my pork rub on oven cooked loin and my beef rub on some roasts.
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I rub down a corn cob with butter and then coat with Mike Mills' Magic dust and roast.
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Yeah I do. Some of the best seasonings are used in Q'in and why not add them to other dishes?
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I use rubs on what's been mentioned, but I use sauce on more non bbq stuff than actual bbq.
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I put some KC's rub in mashed taters just last night.
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Absolutely, on lots of things...
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Cottage Cheese and pears (or peaches) sprinkled with rubs containing a small amount of sugar makes a great side salad or dessert. Most all of the rubs that are heavier in the granulated garlic or onion taste great on cruciferous vegetables.

Finally eggs cooked all ways taste great with rubs.
I haven't met a deviled egg sprinkled with rub in lieu if paprika yet I didn't like.
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Yes, pretty frequently on veggies, esprctilly oven roasted corn-on-the-cob.
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All the time! Pretty much everything besides desserts.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lake Dogs View Post
Absolutely, on lots of things...
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Corn on the cob, taters (mashed, fried, baked), veggies, etc.
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Certainly do, especially the SM Season All, lot's of uses for that stuff but I use several others in various dishes.

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