Good mail order rub

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2004/07/21 16:45:11 (permalink)

Good mail order rub

Looking for any suggestions on where to get some good BBQ rubs via mail order. Made my own a couple of times and have used many available retail in the Chicago area. Just looking for a change of pace.
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    chezkatie
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 17:22:47 (permalink)
    The Dinosaur Barbeque in Syracuse has a terrific rub (printed in their cookbook) which is very good. I make it quite often. If you do not care to buy their book, I will be glad to post their recipe for you.
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    Lone Star
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 17:29:18 (permalink)
    Here is a link to Mr. Coopers - rated highly by Texas Monthly - I have been there many, many times and it is excellent, traditional Texas-style barbeque. My fathere has mail ordered from them several times and has been pleased. I have their rub and use it whenever we barbeque.

    http://www.coopersbbq.com/home.asp

    "Home of the Big Chop"
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 17:32:26 (permalink)
    Check out the Spice House in Milwaukee. I don't recall the web address, but you can find it with a search engine. Good, fresh spices.
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 17:46:06 (permalink)
    I recommend Head Country and Rick's Ragin, both rubs that I've used extensively. Head Country also makes some mean Hickory and Original Flavor BBQ sauces. Rick's Steak Shake is the one I usually get but he also makes other rubs.

    http://www.headcountry.com

    http://www.ricksragin.com/
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 18:16:07 (permalink)
    You might try Bourque's Supermarket in Port Barre, LA at

    http://www.myastore.com/ag_pages/loc_main.cfm?store=8

    I like their rub (similar to Tony Chachere's seasoning and in fact called seasoning).
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/21 18:24:06 (permalink)
    Here is the best place on the planet to order a large variety of CHAMPIONSHIP rubs and sauces. Almost every one of these selections is produced by a championship BBQ team. For many of them, this is their only outlet and the only place to get to test their products. It is also nice because you can match the teams rubs with their sauces. And THAT is the real secret to their success.

    You will save on shiping as well......no need to order from several different sites.

    http://www.hawgeyesbbq.com/outdoor_cooking.html

    Stogie
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/24 22:11:30 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Stogie

    Here is the best place on the planet to order a large variety of CHAMPIONSHIP rubs and sauces. Almost every one of these selections is produced by a championship BBQ team. For many of them, this is their only outlet and the only place to get to test their products. It is also nice because you can match the teams rubs with their sauces. And THAT is the real secret to their success.

    You will save on shiping as well......no need to order from several different sites.

    http://www.hawgeyesbbq.com/outdoor_cooking.html

    Stogie


    I second this recommendation. It is an excellent place to get wood chunks also. The chunks are sized very nicely and they have many types that I cannot get locally.

    John
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    Cosmos
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/26 13:16:28 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by chezkatie

    The Dinosaur Barbeque in Syracuse has a terrific rub (printed in their cookbook) which is very good. I make it quite often. If you do not care to buy their book, I will be glad to post their recipe for you.


    ....or you can order it on-line, along with their other tastey sauces...www.dinosaurbarbque.com , (man I wish I got paid for this...I do see on their website they are hiring...).
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/26 16:33:45 (permalink)
    I like Pappy's dry rub and the White Lightning sauce isn't bad either.
    www.bourbonq.com
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    chezkatie
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/26 16:55:10 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by lyndsay

    I like Pappy's dry rub and the White Lightning sauce isn't bad either.
    www.bourbonq.com



    I would order those "naked people" just for the containers!" />
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    RE: Good mail order rub 2004/07/27 11:30:38 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by lyndsay

    I like Pappy's dry rub and the White Lightning sauce isn't bad either.
    www.bourbonq.com




    I would order those "naked people" just for the containers!

    I've tried the Ladi in Red and that one is good on veggies.
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