Dry Rub

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mikewix
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2007/04/07 16:48:05 (permalink)

Dry Rub

Ive been using a dry rub called Bare Backin'BBQ.It's a great rub for chicken and pork.The source for the rub has quit handling it in my area.Does anyone know where I can purchase it.I believe it made in Georgia.Thanks for the help.
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    justtable
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 09:27:48 (permalink)
    I have a rub that I think is fantastic, I use it on Butts, Ribs and chops. And I am willing to share!!

    Big Joe's Rib Rub

    • 4 cup sugar
    • 2 cup paprika
    • 4 tablespoon black pepper
    • 4 tablespoon white pepper
    • 4 tablespoon cayenne pepper
    • 4 tablespoon garlic powder
    • 4 tablespoon onion powder

    Rub the night before and then salt to taste right before going on the smoker




    Enjoy!!
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    RibRater
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 09:36:49 (permalink)
    I can't help you Mike. I tried but a google search didn't turn up anything that resembled bbq rub.


    Good luck and welcome to roadfood.

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    RibRater
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 09:39:20 (permalink)
    Well, justtable got me.


    Hope Mike found what he was looking for...a year ago.
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    justtable
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 09:56:02 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Larry - RibRater - Jay

    Well, justtable got me.


    Hope Mike found what he was looking for...a year ago.


    Well Unfortunately for Mike, I was not a member a year ago, would you have rather me started a new thread to share this....or were you just ribbing me?
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    RibRater
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 09:59:16 (permalink)
    Just ribbing you jt
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    Foodbme
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 10:20:00 (permalink)
    I use a dry rub from The Rendezvous Restaurant in Memphis, TN. You can buy it from their web site, www.hogsfly.com
    It gives the meat a unique flavor.
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    1bbqboy
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 11:21:09 (permalink)
    http://www.astray.com/recipes/?show=Paul%20kirk's%20kansas%20city%20rib%20rub
    Here's a classic paul kirk recipe, using the 2 sugar method, as we discussed some time ago round here with Dr. BBQ.Yield
    1 servings

    Measure Ingredient
    ¼ cup Packed light brown sugar
    ¼ cup Sugar
    ¼ cup Seasoned salt
    2 tablespoon Garlic salt
    1 tablespoon Onion salt
    1½ teaspoon Celery salt
    ¼ cup Sweet Hungarian paprika
    1 tablespoon Freshly ground black pepper
    1½ teaspoon Rubbed dried sage
    ½ teaspoon Ground allspice
    ¼ teaspoon Cayenne
    1 pinch Ground cloves
    Spread the light brown sugar on a baking sheet and let it dry out for an our or two to keep it from clumping. Sifte the brown sugar and the remaining rub ingredients together in a bowl; you may have to do this in batches. Stir to combine. (Alternatively, put the ingredients in the food processor and pulse to combine.)
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    divefl
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 11:24:51 (permalink)
    What are the A's?
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    ScreamingChicken
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/02/26 13:32:31 (permalink)
    An American League baseball team located in Oakland, CA. Any more questions?

    Looks like the forum software had a little trouble with some control characters used for formatting the fractions.

    Brad
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    kboston
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/03/05 16:45:48 (permalink)
    For a pretty fool proof rub I buy the canadain seasoning at sam's and use it 1part to 1part sugar, 1/2part paprika. I have a company make my rub for me but when I run out this always works.
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    John A
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/03/06 07:45:38 (permalink)
    These two are my favorites:

    http://www.wolferub.com

    http://www.texasbbqrub.com/shopping.html
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    MiamiDon
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    RE: Dry Rub 2008/03/07 07:38:15 (permalink)
    I think I may have found the rub that the OP was looking for:

    http://benjacklarado.com/gourmet-foods.php?p=chili_mix&c=7

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