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Thread: Stubbs rub

  1. #1
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    Default Stubbs rub

    Anyone ever use these? I've used the bbq rub and the original sauce. Sauce was "OK", rub was great.

    http://www.buystubbs.com/index.html

    Edit: No affiliation!

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    Yep Curt, I use Stubbs Rub, it's good stuff.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    Yep Curt, I use Stubbs Rub, it's good stuff.
    Doh!

    I must resist answering....

    I have a particular balloon knot saved up just for the Stubbs story.

    It really gets me going.

    I've said it on multiple forums, but I just don't have time to get into it today.

    All this money being made off the Stubb's name and recipes, after his death (died pennyless or of meager means) and none of his descendants share in the "family recipes" bought out from Stubbs after some financial hard times. The expanded rubs and recipes are not even his.

    Who is this great rape ape who is make a fortune off someone else's demise?

    That fat fork, roll my fat azz around in an electric chair, Paul Prudomme.

    God that guy boils my blood.
    Bill-Chicago

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    I like it. I use it. And will continue.
    I didn't know the fellow or his situation. His finances were HIS business, not mine. I seriously doubt he took small change for his recipe. And his decendants didn't come up with the recipe, why would they deserve any reward from it? Besides, he sold it.
    In a lot of cases where people suddenly come into money it simply gets pissed away and they are back where they were, or worse. Ignorance of money management.
    Prudhomme? Again, I don't know the fellow. Hard to judge from a distance.
    But I like Stubbs Rub.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    I like it. I use it. And will continue.
    I didn't know the fellow or his situation. His finances were HIS business, not mine. I seriously doubt he took small change for his recipe. And his decendants didn't come up with the recipe, why would they deserve any reward from it? Besides, he sold it.
    In a lot of cases where people suddenly come into money it simply gets pissed away and they are back where they were, or worse. Ignorance of money management.
    Prudhomme? Again, I don't know the fellow. Hard to judge from a distance.
    But I like Stubbs Rub.
    Stubbs' family sold the recipes Mike, not him. The recipes were part of his estate, and therefore, their property.

    Neither here nor there though. IMHO, at least the family took something away in the deal, and they'd have gotten nothing if it weren't for MR Fata$$ Prudhomme.

    I used Stubbs once on steaks and thought it was nothing more than the usual all-in-one seasoning, nuttin special.

    On the other hand, there are several of Prudhomme's "Magic" seasonings that I would pay well for the recipe of.

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    Well, I ain't tried the rub. Didn't care for the sauce and really didn't like the food at Stubb's BBQ in Austin...

    But, if ya'll say the rub is worth trying I might give it a go...

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post

    On the other hand, there are several of Prudhomme's "Magic" seasonings that I would pay well for the recipe of.
    The secret ingredient is cajun chin fold sweat
    Bill-Chicago

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    IMHO, at least the family took something away in the deal,
    They got nothing.

    The bankruptcy creditors got the funds.

    I'll turn off my rant now.

    divided 50 ways
    Bill-Chicago

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    ...to leave your lover

    Sorry, 70s' flashback
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willkat98 View Post
    The secret ingredient is cajun chin fold sweat
    I detect a degree of dislike here, with a splash of disdain.

    Where's the love Bill? I don't feel the love
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