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Unread 11-13-2009, 07:36 AM   #1
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Default HCC's got some new rubs!

We now carry both Spicewine Ironworks "Heffer Dust" and Smokie Okie's "Rooster Booster" along with all the Plowboys rubs and dusts.

http://www.huntingdoncocustoms.com/bbqruse.html
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We now carry both Spicewine Ironworks "Heffer Dust" and Smokie Okie's "Rooster Booster" along with all the Plowboys rubs and dusts.

http://www.huntingdoncocustoms.com/bbqruse.html
Correction - SmokyOkie's "Rooster Booster"

I just tried Rooster Booster tonight and it's on the same wavelength as most chicken dusts but I found something very different with it. I like the heat and flavor with just the right amount of salt. It's a winner in my book!

I tried Heffer Dust just last week on some ribs and chicken and I'm working on some beef with some on it right now. I like it on chicken and I'm testing it now on beef but where I think it really excels is on the pork ribs. I think this ones another winner!
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