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    Quote Originally Posted by oumagic View Post
    My local Ace Hardware carries Meat Church along with some other good ones. I also saw above Oakridge BBQ recommended; their Black Ops is what I use on brisket. They make some killer seasonings.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NTXNoodler View Post
    Ace carries that? Good to know

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    Not really sure if it is nationwide. The Ace by my house has lots of grills/pellets/rubs/sauces and that is where I picked it up.


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    Thanks for the input guys.

    I've done more scouring and can't find any good national brands so I will have to experiment with these (which should be awesome, since this spice shop is otherworldly):
    https://silkroadspices.ca/collection...y-barbeque-rub
    https://silkroadspices.ca/collection...grilling-blend
    https://silkroadspices.ca/collection...as-barbque-rub
    https://silkroadspices.ca/collection...hicken-rib-rub
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    Hey all - I'd like to "piggyback" onto the bbq seasonings thread (pun intended). I'm gonna smoke 4 pork butts on Friday night for a grad party on Saturday. I plan to make a western carolina sauce and wanted to offer something else as well... I'd don't mind store bought, generally I go with Stubbs or a Weber brand. What y'all like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBuckBoys View Post
    Hey all - I'd like to "piggyback" onto the bbq seasonings thread (pun intended). I'm gonna smoke 4 pork butts on Friday night for a grad party on Saturday. I plan to make a western carolina sauce and wanted to offer something else as well... I'd don't mind store bought, generally I go with Stubbs or a Weber brand. What y'all like?
    Dave's dirty butt rub - a mixing of my own creation

    Cayenne
    chili powder
    Smoked paprika
    garlic powder
    onion powder
    black pepper
    salt (only for pork butt, if im using this on beef, I do not add salt to the rub and instead rub in coarse kosher salt directly onto the beef)
    celery seed
    rosemary
    ground mustard


    i do not have specific portions, I just pour into a bowl until it looks sufficient, then mix it all up

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBuckBoys View Post
    Hey all - I'd like to "piggyback" onto the bbq seasonings thread (pun intended). I'm gonna smoke 4 pork butts on Friday night for a grad party on Saturday. I plan to make a western carolina sauce and wanted to offer something else as well... I'd don't mind store bought, generally I go with Stubbs or a Weber brand. What y'all like?
    Off the shelf, my favorite is Gates regular it is more pepper and vinegar and not sweet. If you like sweet, Famous Daveís Sweet and Sassy has just the right kick for me.


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    I have family in Houston... they mail me “Ruby’s Rub”

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    Thanks for advice guys. I have a big canister of Bad Byrons Butt Rub for ahead of smoking. I think I'll get some Stubb's Sweet Heat and maybe another bottle of something a little more traditional... with the homemade carolina sauce three options should be enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBuckBoys View Post
    Thanks for advice guys. I have a big canister of Bad Byrons Butt Rub for ahead of smoking. I think I'll get some Stubb's Sweet Heat and maybe another bottle of something a little more traditional... with the homemade carolina sauce three options should be enough...
    Byrons Butt Rub is good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oumagic View Post
    Not really sure if it is nationwide. The Ace by my house has lots of grills/pellets/rubs/sauces and that is where I picked it up.


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    Got some of the gospel all purpose BBQ rub and if it doesn't taste like a saltier seasoned salt. I hope it's better on meat. Paid $10 a buccee's. I was low on Adkins so decided to give it a whirl.

    They also have some kosmos Q but not sure i can justify $20-$30 on just a couple seasonings.

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    BBQ Seasonings - What do you use?

    Quote Originally Posted by NTXNoodler View Post
    Got some of the gospel all purpose BBQ rub and if it doesn't taste like a saltier seasoned salt. I hope it's better on meat. Paid $10 a buccee's. I was low on Adkins so decided to give it a whirl.

    They also have some kosmos Q but not sure i can justify $20-$30 on just a couple seasonings.

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    I use it on my ribs when I donít make my own rub. I usually wrap the ribs with apple juice and brown sugar and that balances out the salt. Good luck with it!

    My wife thinks I have a problem collecting spices


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    Apple juice/cider is a great marinade for ribs. Cool im not the only one that does that!
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