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Revisited Perini Ranch steak rub

RRPRRP Posts: 21,915
edited 11:55PM in EggHead Forum
Just a year ago the Perini Ranch (Texas) steakhouse rub was discussed here a bit. I have found no less than three versions of the recipe including one that is posted here in the "submitted recipe" section. The one I go by however is found here:
Anyway where I was going with all this lead up is that I used this on a 2" thick beautifully marbled London Broil last night with excellent results! I went 4/4/2 at 650°. IMHO it beats CharCrust hands down!

L, M, S, &  Mini
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  • Hi, Tom Perini has a cookbook titled "Texas Cowboy Cooking". The rub you have listed is their Perini Ranch Steak Rub (their standard steak rub). They have a few other rubs as well, including a rub for Ribeye steaks (the same as the Perini Ranch Steak Rub less the paprika and granulated beef stock base), a Texas Herb Rub for Prime Rib, and a few others. It's a great book with pictures and commentaries about Texas foods and Ranches. Recipies include beverages and appetizers, beef and other main dishes, soups, stews, breads, sides, and deserts. The book is about 191's not a huge focuses on a limited number of good recipies...emphasizing Ranch/cowboy cooking....well worth taking a look at.[p]
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