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KG6
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Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Did a search, but didn't find much easily. Probably been discussed here before, but I've only recently started following this board. Been making my own rubs, but I realize I'm probably not doing anything better than what a store bought can get me.

Any recommendations on all around (pork, beef, chicken) rubs to try out?


BRgetthenet
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Saia's in Mandeville has a really good rub I've been using.



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Trout Bandit
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Bad Byron's Butt Rub is pretty solid. It doesn't have sugar in it so you can add it at your discretion.


Earthquake 88
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
I second Bad Byron for pork butts. Throw some turbinado cane sugar on a butt with that Bad Brad and it's money.

Famous Dave's Rib Rub works pretty good on ribs. Seems like I bought that at Walmart.

Saltgrass Steakhouse 7 Steak Spice and TexJoy makes a decent steak seasoning if you want to go away from the traditional salt and pepper on beef.

I've had decent cooks with those Webber brand seasonings. That Kick'N Chicken is pretty good.

I love Paul Prudhommes seasonings but they are a little pricey.
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Uncle JackD
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Byrons


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BamaFanInTigerland
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creolechef
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Plowboys
Used this on ribs and chicken 1st time a few weeks ago. Was pretty good stuff.
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Tear It Up
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Member since May 2005
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Willingham's Wham Seasoning


golfntiger32
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Member since Oct 2013
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
This stuff is pretty good, probably have to get it from the sauce or amazon.
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Stexas
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Charlie Arglist
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I use Oakridge almost exclusively.


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PapaPogey
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Dulac, LA
Member since Apr 2008
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Rufus Teague is really good. I use it on everything and it adds a little sweet and heat. Their BBQ sauce is also very solid.


The Scofflaw
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Sep 2014
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Chupacabra rub. Local in Texas bit can get online and Amazon. Great reviews.


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offshoreangler
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713, Texas
Member since Jun 2008
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Hardcore Carnivore black or red.

It tastes good, the woman who made it is hot, knows her way around meat, and enjoys bourbon as much as I do.

She's #1 on the list of people I'd leave my wife for, just don't tell her that.

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ndtiger
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Bad byrons is solid



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Cajunate
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Leblanc's Guns and Roses is pretty good stuff!

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I am GLORIOUS
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Member since Oct 2016
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Bad Byron's and Rufus Teague are both legit.

RT's "Touch of Heat" is the best BBQ sauce I've ever had.


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nismosao
UNO Fan
Slidell
Member since Mar 2008
521 posts

re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
Dizzy Pig dizzy dust for me. But I also use a bunch of their seasonings and they're all good.

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Stadium Rat
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Metairie
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re: Recommend a good all around rub (store-bought)
I assume you are looking for a BBQ rub, but in case you're looking for a steak rub, McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning can't be beat.


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nateslu1
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