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Herbs & Spices

RollocksRollocks Posts: 570
edited 2:06AM in EggHead Forum
Here is Cincinnati, where I live we have an open air market called Findley Market. They have about 10 butcher stands selling all sortgs of different types of meat. They also have several produce stands and speciality shops

I went down there planning on getting the ingredients to make a variation of Clay's Pulled Beef.

http://www.dizzypigbbq.com/recipesPulledBeef.html

But seeing that I didn't have any Dizzy Pig Cow Lick I knew I was going to have to improvise. When I got sown to the market I discovered that there was new stand called Herbs & Spices. They sell freshlly ground herbs and spices.

I purcased the Col De Ray Brand Beef Rub. It turned out great. This rub was interesting it gave the meat a taste of cinnamon.

The rub is available on the web here

https://shopping.herbsspice.com/store/comersus_listCategoriesAndProducts.asp?idCategory=52


The store also has a website
http://www.herbsspice.com/store.html

This website has some recipes for mixing up your own rubs

I thought everyone would enjoy this.

Also does anyone know of any other good resource for finding recipes for making rubs.
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