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  1. #11
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    Available packaged less than a pound???
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

    TQJ Plankowner

    "Life's tough.....It's even tougher if you're stupid."
    - John Wayne

  2. #12
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    Default nothing like a good butt

    I will have to try this on the big butts I picked up from Sam's. I have been using a rub recipe I picked up Jeff Phillips over at smoking-meat.com but I am always looking for another option. Let me knowif you have any suggestions. Besides, I am all about support the local boys and keeping my money in Oklahoma
    BellFab custom offset, Hasty Bake Legacy 131, Ozark Oak Lump and local native hardwoods.

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    I know of a few rubs that you would probably find a little more flavorful than the rub you are talking about, that is, if you don't mind buying rubs. there are a few folks here that have tried that recipe. I haven't talked to many that really like it all that much.

  4. #14
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    It was OK. Will not use it on beef again- it's too sweet. It would not be my first choice if I were to graduate to competing; just doesn't have the flash I was looking for. I never really agreed to a rub that is marketed for use on everything. No two meats are the same as I am sure you would agree.
    Feel free to suggest anything. I am willing to buy anything once. And you never know when you come across a product that satisfies your personal tastes. At the retail rate of superior quality spices, a purchased rub mix cannot possibly be that expensive (and it's easier than custom stuff!) Just email, PM, or post a reply. I will follow your lead.
    BellFab custom offset, Hasty Bake Legacy 131, Ozark Oak Lump and local native hardwoods.

  5. #15
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    Definite truth in that. Everybody has different tastes.

    All the rubs on this site win competitions on a regular basis. I can't tell you which you might like best, but they are all crafted by masters.

  6. #16
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    Given your high praise, I decided to order a bag of each last night. I am assuming that it works best when used with Okie Dust??? Going under the knife on Wednesday for a bad shoulder, but hope to give it a go with a kurobuta butt in a couple of weeks.

    What is the discount code for shameless promotion of SmokyOkie products?
    Mel / Full Metal Pork / Comp Rig -- G2 Party-G2 Chubby-Chicken Little / BWS EXT Party

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    TQJ5%

    Good luck with the shoulder.

    That's funny, you shoulder and the knife, two weeks and pork shoulder and the knife.

    Check these out Mel

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