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Thread: Rub for Brisket

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    Quote Originally Posted by chef schwantz View Post
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    Ok Tim, as I figured, just a problem with the browser at work. So, it says the premium rub is to be used in combination with the marinade. Any ideas, should I order both? I have absolutely no problem with ordering them both but if you know something I don't, hook me up!

    Hey, did you ever get the chance to use the rub I traded? Let me know what you used it on and how you liked it. Hey, it's not my recipe, so, if you didn't like it, you won't hurt my feelings.
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    I did, and it was good. I thought I told you. sorry.

    Personally, I don't inject unless for a comp, but if you never have, you might want to try it. I didn;t mention that because you had only asked about the rub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I did, and it was good. I thought I told you. sorry.

    Personally, I don't inject unless for a comp, but if you never have, you might want to try it. I didn;t mention that because you had only asked about the rub.

    So, you're saying order the marinade and the rub?
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    The marinade is an injection. If you want to try it, then you should. It is a good product adn we use it at comps.

    If you just only want to rub then just order the rub.

    It is a good product as well.

    I betcha that if you dropped a PM to David that he would not mind a bit to give you a tip or two ( w/o giving up any big secrets of course.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    The marinade is an injection. If you want to try it, then you should. It is a good product adn we use it at comps.

    If you just only want to rub then just order the rub.

    It is a good product as well.

    I betcha that if you dropped a PM to David that he would not mind a bit to give you a tip or two ( w/o giving up any big secrets of course.).
    And, his member name is what? Obviously I'm not in to the comps but it would make my day to make her a brisket that knocks her socks off! Thanks Tim.....again!

    So, did you try the rub I sent your way?

    Also, the rooster booster is out of this world. I think I've done chicken 5-6 times and the large container is barely broken into. Really folks, you should order some of the rooster booster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Buthcer's premium rub is what had the perfect 180 score over the weekend. I would be wanting to try that if I were you.

    Just click on his logo in the supporting vendors box

    IMHO, Montreal is way too high salt content to be used as a rub. It is not designed to be used as a rub.

    Thats why I cut it with about 1/2 in volume with the other ingredients.

    By the time you use enough to get the good seasoning flavor, you have ODed it with salt.

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    ...................................I'm running out of time............................Hehehe, thanks for the help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gt2003 View Post
    And, his member name is what? Obviously I'm not in to the comps but it would make my day to make her a brisket that knocks her socks off! Thanks Tim.....again!

    So, did you try the rub I sent your way?
    Yes I did. It was good. Brett stole it and has it now.

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    Are there any stores in or around Tulsa that carry ButcherBBQ's premium rub? Not sure I've got time to order it and get it before the weekend.
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