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Unread 02-20-2010, 12:31 PM   #1
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It seems to me that the Plowboys beef rub has a good bit of cinnamon in it. Do you taste that in the end product? I LOVE Plowboys pork rub. Im just not a big fan of cinnamon.
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Matt, to be honest, I've never noticed there is cinnamon in it...I am assuming you mean Bovine Bold. What I can tell you is in it is a great combination of spices. Try it, you'll like it. I'm sure others will chime in, or you could PM Todd.

But, I have cooked with cinnamon before in chili and never can taste it in the end. FWIW. YMMV.
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Different strokes for different folks. I pick up cinnamon in a lot of most peoples' favorite products, Blues Hog for example. You gotta find what works for you.
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Thanks Dan, Im sure its good stuff. Just wondering about that cinnamon smell/taste. We use the yardbird all the time. (Love it on Ribs) Just havent used the Bovine on a brisket yet. This Thurs Im cooking 2-3 briskets for our church and I have some Bovine that Im thinking about useing.
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Matt,
It you have a chance between now and your church cook, use the Bovine Bold on a steak and see what ya think...just a thought...
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Thats a good idea Dan.
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I find the Bovine Bold to be very similar to the beef rub I make. No cinnamon in mine, and I can't say I taste it in the Plowboy's either, but then again I'm out and can't verify.

I like a 50-50 blend of Bovine and Yardbird on my spare ribs.

Good luck with your cook for church. My church loves it when I cook for them too!
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I'm not a fan of cinnamon or nutmeg in rubs but my wife is. The Bone Suckin' rub tastes like a Christmas cookie to me, but my wife loves the stuff.

I have some BB but haven't noticed any cinnamon. But, I haven't tried it on any meat yet either.
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I just ran across this at bass pro and had to give it a try because its raved about so highly here. I plan to do write ups on my blog of all my different bbq stuff, but this is a different time and place.

The bovine bold is okay. I taste the cinnamon and it has a hint of heat to it. I taste all rubs before they ever see the meat to see if it melts together nicely, and it does. However, for the price it tastes like a doctored up PAPPYS. I personally am not a huge fan of pappys because it easily overpowers the food you put it on. Sorry to rain on anyones parade. This is my palettes POV only.
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I'm using Bovine Bold on my briskie today. I'll let you know what I think. I loved it on some spares I made two weeks ago.
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