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Old 09-16-2018, 03:29 PM   #16
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Top shelf looking ribs. My favorite rib rubs are: TX BBQ Rib Rub, Oakridge Secret Weapon and Killer Hogs Hot.


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Yup, this was Killer Hogs HOT BBQ Rub; I've got a bottle of their regular BBQ Rub on the way to try out.

Looks like there's a lot of people that like the Oakridge Secret Weapon <-- I may have to order me some of that. <-- If anyone's doing ribs with Oakridge, post some pix, please! I'd like to see how they come out.
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Old 09-16-2018, 04:58 PM   #17
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Thanks, Mike! I do have The BBQ Rub on its way.

I'm still not sure about the whole base coat rub + with different top coat rub. Is it just to get different combos of flavors? Or is there a science to putting down a bottom and then a top rub? Like the first rub is for dry brining?

There is no "science" to it per se. It's just what people try and stick with if it turns out well.



I usually put a salt/AP layer first and then my rubs. Some guys put sweet on top the top side of the ribs and hot on the bottom. Some put hot first, then sweet because...it makes sense to them. At the end of the day there is no right or wrong way. If you do 2 racks of ribs, flip the order on the rubs and see if you can tell a difference?



I think you'll like the KH BBQ rub, especially when paired with the hot. The KH rubs offer excellent color. Then again, there are a lot of other rubs (Kosmo's, Simply Marvelous, etc) that do too.



As far as the Oakridge, try their sample pack with free shipping. It's a great way to try out their products and see what you like. Some of the ones I thought I would like, I didn't and vice versa.



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Old 09-16-2018, 05:00 PM   #18
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Outstanding, just how I like them.
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Yup, this was Killer Hogs HOT BBQ Rub; I've got a bottle of their regular BBQ Rub on the way to try out.



Looks like there's a lot of people that like the Oakridge Secret Weapon <-- I may have to order me some of that. <-- If anyone's doing ribs with Oakridge, post some pix, please! I'd like to see how they come out.


Secret Weapon is great. Good on yardbird and ribs as well. In fact I think it’s the best rib for chicken. Get some - you won’t regret it. I like Killer Hogs regular but prefer the Hot. Sometimes mix the two depending on who I’m serving it too.


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Secret Weapon is great. Good on yardbird and ribs as well. In fact I think it’s the best rib for chicken. Get some - you won’t regret it. I like Killer Hogs regular but prefer the Hot. Sometimes mix the two depending on who I’m serving it too.


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Nice lookin' bones, brother.

You've had a good day and some might fine grub to show for it.
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Old 09-18-2018, 06:56 PM   #22
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Thanks, ShadowDriver!

I was surprised at how quickly these 3 racks got eaten up! 1/2 rack went to my in-laws and they've now requested that they supply me with ribs and I make it for them! LOL

My 5 y.o. daughter who isn't a fan of BBQ or spicy ate 3 bones as well off the last rack!
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