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Unread 04-23-2010, 09:52 PM   #1
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Default Angelo's Texas BBQ Beef Rub....

Used some on some brisket the other day. Rubbed it on like most other
rubs ( a little heavy ), man this stuff had a kick to it ! The next day the meat had a little less "heat" factor.... Seem's to be basically made with salt , black pepper , cayenne pepper and a small amount of other spices . ( and most likely no sugar ). More of a traditional Texas brisket rub . What do you think...???
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Unread 04-23-2010, 10:23 PM   #2
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If it's the same stuff that I got in a brethren rubbing a few years back, yes, it's loaded with salt and pepper. At first I didn't care for it for the reasons you state but then found that it's fantastic sprinkled on a steak or tri-tip before cooking. Now I have like maybe a teaspoon left on the canister and missing it already.
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Superone food store ( a grocery chain ) ... It is made in Fort Worth , they also have sauce's , etc...
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