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What is your favorite dizzy pig rub with ribs?

WinoWino Posts: 69
edited 2:56PM in EggHead Forum
Unusually I make up a batch of Memphis rib rub for doing babyback ribs, will have no time this weekend. Have a wide selection of Dizzy Pig Rubs. What is your favorite with ribs? Looking forward to a Dizzy weekend. Thanks Chris for a great product. Will also get a chance to try wicked good charcoal for the first time. Cannot wait to see how it does. Again thanks to Mark Backer for the WG.



  • Wino,
    The classic dizzy dust does very well with ribs. For something a little more fiery I like the Swamp Venom. Very tasty. [p]Brett

  • Wino,
    for a sweeter taste, i like to rub mine heavily with raging river, then slather them with thick applesauce or apple butter. ....the ribs then create their own sauce. . .kinda different, but we like it. ..

  • WooDoggiesWooDoggies Posts: 2,390
    Wino,[p]Try a medium coating of raging river on the babybacks and finish off with a light brushing of sauce..... the rr works great with pork and it really shines on ribs.[p]John

  • FisheyesFisheyes Posts: 40
    I use a mixture of Swamp Venom and Dizzy Dust. It is the perfect combo. Go a little heavier with the Swamp Venom, though. It will give it that extra little kick.[p]If you don't mind a little sweat on your brow, go straight up with swamp venom. It is great stuff.[p]Brad

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