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  • Re: Dry Rub

    I use to make my own rubs. I still do for the most part, but I have recently started using Meat Church rubs and they have really impressed me. To be honest I have 4 lbs of rub sitting in my virtual shopping cart on meatchurch.com just waiting for the release of a new fajita rub so I can place my order. At first I was mad that I started using a commercial rub but they taste damn good lol. I will always make seasonings for different spins of flavor, but these are my go to bbq rubs for sure. Sometimes I'll use them as a base and add things for heat or just to try altering the flavor a bit. Worth a try, I'm glad I did.
  • Re: Ceramic Grill Store Adjustable Rig Question

    So if I buy the simple rack what other grids and bars would I need for the XL

    It looks like you could have 5 levels of cooking
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