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Rub / sauce for baby back ribs

I am in Southern California and was curious was rub / sauce combo would be good for bbq ribs.  We are trying first time this weekend.  We have used John Henrys  on steaks or Famous Daves.  We dont have access to Dizzy Pig.  Any suggestions?  we were thinking of going with Famous Dave's rib rub/ sauce because it is at grocery and ordering Dizzy Pig for next time.  Do not want to wait.

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  • shtgunal3shtgunal3 Posts: 3,682
    Can't go wrong with Bad Byron's Butt Rub. If you can get it. It may be a southern thing though.

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  • Hauben729Hauben729 Posts: 2
    that I can get on amazon with 2 day free shipping
  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 7,650
    edited June 2013
    Too bad you can't get DP, but - we like Meatheads Memphis Dust. Easy to make and provides reasonable flavor, can be left dry or sauced over. Suggest you make about 1/4 of the recipe until you get a chance to taste it. 

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