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dizzy pig!!

mikeb6109mikeb6109 Posts: 2,067
edited 5:15AM in EggHead Forum
yeap i finally found a store that carries dizzy and i'm off tomorrow for a 4 hour drive to get there . well other thing to do there but hell its a good reason to start a trip i for a first time buyer that makes lots of pok and chicken on the egg witch one should i be purchasing? its a 4 hour drive so i wanna make sure i get the right one!!!
thanks mike


  • Smokin' ToddSmokin' Todd Posts: 1,104
    I hope Chris adds your post to his testimonial page. 4
    Make sure you get some Jamaican Firewalk. Goes great with pork and chicken. The aroma and taste will make sure you always have some in stock.

  • HaggisHaggis Posts: 998
    mikeb6109,[p]Raging River for salmon or other fish. I've been using Red Eye Express for flat iron, hanger, and other full-flavored red meats - definitely a winner in my family. Tsunami Spin for shell fish - scallop, shrimp, and the like.
  • AlaskanCAlaskanC Posts: 1,346
    mikeb6109,[p]If you are driving that far, why not buy one of each? I sure would!![p]I highly recommend the Dizzy Dust (both regular & coarse), and Tsunami Spin. The DD works on everything from beef tenderloins to salmon. The TS is my favorite for chicken & seafood. The Cowlick is really great too.
    And wait 'till you can try the Shakin' the Tree. It puts you in rub nirvana...

  • bayoueggerbayouegger Posts: 287
    With gas being $3.00 (or more) a gallon, what about going to and ordering it on-line? I'm pretty sure the shipping charge will be way less then your fuel charge will be.[p]Steve

  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,971
    Ditto all of the below! Purchasing on-line would be easier and much less costly. I buy on-line and usually get at least 6 bottles and it only costs $7 for shipping if I recall correctly. Enjoy!

  • CT GrillguyCT Grillguy Posts: 149
    mikeb6109,[p]Order online. Make sure to get Tsunami Chicken seasoning I've ever tasted. Swamp Venom is amazing in stews. They're all fantastic.
  • mikeb6109, get several of each one! And shop online, save the $50-$60 in fuel, and spend it on extra DP. Really, unless you just want to make a road trip, shopping online is the way to go.[p]Hugh Jass
  • badbrucebadbruce Posts: 353
    Morning mikeb6109,
    Yup online is the way to go.
    The DP lads ship their orders out fast so you won't have much wait time.
    My favorites are Spin, Cowlick & Firewalk.
    Also get a sample pack so you can try all of their rubs.
    Cheers & have fun.

  • EggRacerEggRacer Posts: 400
    mikeb6109,[p]Must have DP rubs for me are Dizzy Dust, Swamp Venom, Red Eye, Ragin River, and Tsunami Spin. I'm sure I'll add Shakin the Tree and Raising the Steaks once I try them. The last two are most likely too new to get anywhere except on line. [p]For pork I use Dizzy Dust, Swamp Venom, Ragin River and Tsunami Spin. For chicken Tsunami Spin, Ragin River and Swamp Venom. The Red eye is great on beef and ABT's. D Dust is very versatile as well and can be used on most anything. [p]Just buy more than one rub to make the trip worthwhile. You won't regret it.
    North Richland Hills, TX
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