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Unread 04-07-2010, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default Rubs for Butts & Ribs

I have been using Magic Dust (Now called something else). Thinking about trying something different.

Looking for your best rub, home made or store bought.

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Unread 04-07-2010, 12:21 AM   #2
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I love Magic Dust myself. To me, it is the perfect balance between sweet and hot for ribs. Similar but milder rub is Big Bob Gibson's, which is also great.
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Try some Plowboys Yardbird. I know it says "Yardbird" in the name, but just trust me.
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Yardbird, anything Dizzy Pig has is awesome, and 3EYZS rubs are my goto rubs. I rarely even make anything now from Paul Kirks Championship BBQ Sauces book. There's no need. Ive cooked with or next to Dan and Chris a few times and they win using their own stuff. And Todd got me hooked the first bottle I ever tried. All three owners are members on this board, and ordering products is easy and fast.
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I make a killer butt/rib rub - hence my id.

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I smoked 3 racks of St. Louis cut ribs this weekend and used 3 different rubs. After reading this board for the last couple of months I decided to try Plowboys Yardbird and a Dizzy Pigs rub. (plus I was able to pick them up here in Virginia Beach at the Central Meats store.) Both of them were very good and I will continue using them.

I've also been using Pork Magic from Paul Prudhome for years and have always loved that.

My wife loves my ribs and was a little apprehensive about me changing the way I've been doing things. That is one reason I used the Pork Magic, too. She did like the other rubs. I just know that if I decide to experiment some I have to take things slowly. I almost always use the same sauce I've been making for the last ten years because she doesn't like to change perfection (her words).

I also made my first fatties and she fell in love with them so there's hope for some experimentation. ABTs are next.
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Where in Hville are you? I would like to stop by and get some.

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