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Jeff's Rub Recipe (also includes the New "Texas Style" rub recipe)

  • Jeff's Rub Recipe

Product Description

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.

This order also includes my "Texas style" rub recipe which is more savory without the sweet aspects.

You will be able to see all of the files and download the ones that you want once you purchase. Watch for an email with a "Download Files" link in it.

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  1. Expectations not only met...Exceeded

    Posted by Paul Briggs on 5th Jul 2014

    I recently purchased the 2 rub recipes, and although I have not made the "Texas Style" rub yet, the 27# of pork shoulder I am currently smoking join me in saying, "Thank you for an outstanding rub recipe." I love the color it produces, and the aromas are heavenly when it reacts to the smoke. I have enjoyed reading many of your recipes, and find your instructions easy to follow.

  2. Jeff's Rub

    Posted by Darryl on 23rd Jun 2014

    Amazing rub. I have used it on brisket, ribs, chuck roast, and chicken. Everyone loves the rub. Just the right amount of everything I wanted in a rub. Perfect !!! I will buy the sauce soon. I know you recommend the lump charcoal but I have found the " stubbs charcoal" at lowes to be very good. No kingsford smell and burns clean and hot. Great website keep up the good work. And I will use your website to go to amazon to buy stuff. I know how that works :-)

  3. Unbelievable

    Posted by Roy B. Texas on 20th Jun 2014

    Used it the first night that I received it (Texas style Rub) used it on steaks they where amazing.

  4. Excellent rub with use all the time

    Posted by Marcus on 8th Jun 2014

    This rub seems to have just the amount of spice and sweetness to make it a great rub for many cuts of beef pork etc.

  5. Very good

    Posted by Joe Innecken on 2nd Jun 2014

    Great rub I am very happy I got this recipe

  6. WUZZAM!

    Posted by Joe Innecken jr, on 2nd Jun 2014

    At first I was excited then I found out the cost for Paprika but still went and obtained all the ingredients needed. I cook for 2 people and my portions are smaller I followed the ingredients but cut the amounts in half. I did not use a smoker but smoked the meat (pork Chops) 1 1/4 inch thick each in my WEBER Performer. The results were excellent THE BEST Pork chops I ever made or eaten. The rub is amazing I chose to leave the cayenne pepper out and used a tad less pepper so it would not be spicy. When I'm making the rub for chicken wings then I will use the hot stuff. I am VERY pleased with my results and feel good for helping Jeff and his great page .. Thanks for the thursday recipes. You are a true chef!!

  7. very good

    Posted by Richard on 12th May 2014

    I just had to see how different from my rub this was. While being close it's a little different. I will most likely use his from now on. Now I have to buy Jeff's sauce recipe and most likely a book also.

    I made the smoked pork recipe from last weeks news letter on Mom's day absolutely AWSOME

  8. Best Rub I've Tried

    Posted by PJ Mack on 2nd May 2014

    When I read Jeff's Rub recipe, the first word out of my mouth was WHAT ??? I then followed the recipe and made the rub. I used it on some nice country ribs. I coated the ribs with mustard and applied the rub. While they rested I started a wood-charcoal fire using peach wood and when the grill was ready, the ribs went on, offset. I regulated the temp to 250 and let them smoke for about 2 hours. I then coated the meat with some sauce and let them go for another hour. I then moved the ribs over the coals to finish with some more sauce. Thirty minutes later I removed the ribs and let them rest with a loose foil cover. The bark was incredible and delicious. There was a nice smoke ring and the meat was tender. There were no ribs left. The rub is the best I have ever tried....Period

  9. Jeffs Rub is as good as mine

    Posted by John Smithson on 30th Apr 2014

    I bought the recipe from Jeff thinking it would be a revolutionary mixture that would change my bbq world. It turns out it is very much like mine so without being smug it is as good as mine. You got something good Jeff.

  10. So-So for me

    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.

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