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Old 01-16-2019, 08:10 PM   #1
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I am leaving Kansas this year for Europe. Would anyone have any guess/idea as to what is in my two favorite rubs (picture attached):
- Arthur Bryant's Rub
- Kansas City Championship BBQ Rub, Three Little Pigs
The labels disclose only the obvious basic ingredients (salt, onion, garlic, paprika), but then it just says "spices" :/ I would love to make some similar rub myself.

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Old 01-16-2019, 08:40 PM   #2
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The use of the word "Spices" is to protect trade secrets of ingredients.
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Old 01-21-2019, 09:03 PM   #3
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I haven't been to AB's so i can't confirm if this copycat recipe is close to the mark: https://axokuaci.wordpress.com/2012/...b-rub-copycat/


Being in Australia I've had to find a third-party shipping agent (shipito.com) to send me stuff I've ordered as shipping from retailers in the US can be quite expensive, i.e. I'd rather pay $50 shipping and wait a couple of weeks for delivery than pay $100+ for delivery in a week, which is usually the only option. You may need to do the same in Europe.
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Where in Europe are you moving to? A lot of US rubs are now available over here so with some luck you could find them.
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I am leaving Kansas this year for Europe. Would anyone have any guess/idea as to what is in my two favorite rubs (picture attached):
- Arthur Bryant's Rub
- Kansas City Championship BBQ Rub, Three Little Pigs
The labels disclose only the obvious basic ingredients (salt, onion, garlic, paprika), but then it just says "spices" :/ I would love to make some similar rub myself.

Thank you.

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Hi How was the Arthur Bryant's rub? Did you try his sauce? I saw AB's on a TV program, looked great on his ribs.
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This shop in the UK has both and they ship all over Europe, bought a lot from them.

https://www.bbqgourmet.co.uk
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Old 01-22-2019, 08:32 AM   #7
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I love AB's rub, a combination of his rub and head country are my go too for beef and pork. Ive even have been to thr original restraunt numerous times. With that said, i dont really care for the sauce.
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I love some Arthur Bryant's sliced pork sandwiches. MMMMMMMM. Might have to go there for lunch today. Their original sauce isn't my favorite, but I love their Rich and Spicy sauce. I need to try their rub, can't believe I haven't used that one yet at home
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I love AB's rub, a combination of his rub and head country are my go too for beef and pork. Ive even have been to thr original restraunt numerous times. With that said, i dont really care for the sauce.
Hi So AB's rub would be good for pork ribs.
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The rub is great on ribs and love thier sauce very unique.
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The rub is great on ribs and love thier sauce very unique.
Hi I'm not crazy bout sauce on my ribs.
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