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Head Country rub. I put that on everything. I would recomend head country to anyone! I am looking to try some of the dizzy pig rubs soon. Not sure where I want to start. I love a nice jerk seasoning, might try that one first.
I love the Jamaican Firewalk. Very addictive says everyone in my house.
+1 with FxLynch on Willy's number one-derful from the Jamison's "Smoke and Spice" book-BTW-a very good basics book for anyone. Beyond that, I have a homemade Memphis dry-rub that has been a staple for years-haven't ventured out into much of the commercial rub world but that's about to change with some DP and Bad Byron's (just to see what I've been avoiding:))
Bad Byrons or Texasbbqrub Grand Championship for pork butts.Mike Mills 17th St. Bar and Grill Magic Dust for ribsTexasbbqrub Old No. 2 for brisket.Just ordered a sampler pack for Dizzy Pig. Hd never heard of them until joining this forum.
I need I buy more rubs...
Well here's my rubs. Most of them, anyway. Also have some Fiesta Rubs for ribs, brisket and fajitas (if you count fajitas)
Griffin's Grub or you can find me on Facebook
The Supreme Potentate, Sovereign Commander and Sultan of Wings
Cazzy - Cluck and Squeal is pretty good. Was just given a bottle of the new Beef Specific one by a fellow Egghead this afternoon.And Mark, the owner is a stand up guy. I got the pleasure of cooking with him last year at the Plano Eggfest.
Here are my Tasty Licks Rubs. I'm a big fan.
Here are my Tasty Licks Rubs. I'm a big fan.Tell me more about Tasty Licks please...
Don't even get me started on sauces. I've got way too many unopened bottles in the pantry that I want to try, but I feel like I need to finish a bottle before I open another one.