The amazing recipe for my rub allows you to mix these up at home using common ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. The rub recipe is a perfect blend of sweet and spicy and great on almost everything including beef, pork, poultry, lamb and even fish and seafood.
The rub recipe calls for a very small amount of salt which means you can use as much as you like without worrying about the end product being too salty.
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Posted by Jody Grogan on 23rd Jan 2014
Tried it on ribs, didn't impress. Almost the same as other ones available on the net. Will have to adjust to my families taste.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jan 2014
I recently used Jeff's rub recipe for the first time on a brisket for the family New Year's dinner and let me tell you, it was a huge success. Everyone including the little kids really enjoyed it. Good stuff, easy to make and wonderful flavor.
Posted by Emil DeLuca on 2nd Jan 2014
You all have sent me so many fine recipes for my smoker that I thought it only fitting that I purchase your recipe. I was surprised how close it was to my own. I used it on a crown pork and it was wonderful. Money well spent. I will use yours (because it is better) from now on.
Posted by Rod on 1st Jan 2014
Used the rub & smoked a pork butt for Christmas supper . Everyone loved the taste, even the fussy little children!
Posted by Bill Gee on 28th Dec 2013
Used Jeff's Rub when smoking a turkey at Christmas with Bacon Butter. Everyone raved about the taste.
Posted by Kevin on 26th Dec 2013
I have been reading the website and reviews for months and finally decided to take the plunge on the recipe. I was making turkey and ham for Christmas dinner and decided to use the rub on the ham. Although I was not smoking the ham, I went ahead anyways.
Boy was I glad. I had rave reviews from everyone, even with cutting back on the heat. And even my wife, who doesn't like spicy enjoyed it.
I still did the mustard base and let the rub sit on the ham overnite before cooking. I added a can of pineapple slices/juice and the 'gravy' that resulted was delicious. I could not recommend this recipe more. And my family is already looking forward to the next installment.
Posted by Jerry Gentzen on 23rd Dec 2013
My first try with Jeff's Rub was dry brining a turkey breast. I took the finished breast to a huge family Thanksgiving where the host had fried a turkey and smoked another turkey breast. As he is cutting into mine, 4-5 "taster men" started grabbing slices - raves from everyone! Then he cuts into his smoked turkey and he grabs a piece and looks at me and says "yours is ten times more tasty and moist than mine - how did you do it?" I hope several of those guys ended up buying the recipe. Brined a brisket and whole chicken to start smoking for an early afternoon Christmas Eve gathering. I am going to inject the brisket and slow cook it.
Posted by Arizonasmoker on 11th Dec 2013
We have not had it for very long, but we did use it while smoking lobster tails. It was wonderful addition to the sweet taste of lobster. It adds flavor instead of being overpowering.
Posted by Paul on 3rd Dec 2013
Tried the rub and your recipe for smoked turkey drumsticks, turned out awesome. This Sunday I am going to try it on ribs versus my rub. Should be a task seeing the high will be 5 degrees here in MN. NEVER STOP BBQING no matter what the weather!
Posted by Unknown on 21st Nov 2013
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