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Old 04-10-2005, 03:49 PM   #1
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Fatz, I'll play, but what is the rub for, beef, pork, chicken?
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Old 04-10-2005, 03:57 PM   #2
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That would be my weakness...I was gonna suggest some turbo for pork, but now I'll say

1/4 cup woos powder
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Old 04-10-2005, 03:59 PM   #3
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well at least I'm playing!
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Old 04-10-2005, 04:13 PM   #4
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Cool idea FATZ ... I like it ... I haven't tried building custom rubs yet, only modified, so I expect I can learn from this one

Unfortunately for me you took the filler, paprika

Since this is for beef I'll try to be bold and respond with:

2 TBSP mustard powder
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Old 04-10-2005, 05:18 PM   #5
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Ya know, being a Carolina boy and dealing mostly with pork, maybe I should retract my woos powder.

Friend of mine went to Tejas and brought me back 2 bottles...I've only used half of one in 6 months....a lot sweeter than the sauce...anyway,
when I think beef I think woos sauce...which is why I don't mess with Texans!!!
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Old 04-10-2005, 05:24 PM   #6
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BLACK PEPPER! They were made for eachother!
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BLACK PEPPER! They were made for eachother!
How much? I like fresh ground black pepper a lot.
Fatz, I'm with you "I love black pepper"! I normally use 1/2 cup black pepper to a 1/4 cup of salt when making a base for beef rub. Then add whatever herbs, spices and sugar to taste. In my honest opinion, you do not want to over season beef. It has great flavors of it's own, keep it simple.
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Ya know, being a Carolina boy and dealing mostly with pork, maybe I should retract my woos powder.

Friend of mine went to Tejas and brought me back 2 bottles...I've only used half of one in 6 months....a lot sweeter than the sauce...anyway,
when I think beef I think woos sauce...which is why I don't mess with Texans!!!
I think if this game is gonna work, there can be no retractions or edits/mods. once the game admin says we are at the end of ingrediants THEN we can try to finalize the proportions. If our concoction isn't gonna work so be it. We will just play again.

If submissions can be retracted it could get tough.

It just might be hardest to enter the final couple of ingrediants.

Sound ok or not?
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I'm glad someone understands what's going on here...Couple/3 too many beers here I guess.....

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So far we got:

1/2 c black pepper
1/4 c smoked sweet Hungarian paprika
1/4 c worcestershire powder
2 T. mustard powder
Fatz, dont' forget the salt! 1/4 cup to what we have so far looks good to me! If you become a millionaire from this rub, all of us want a %!
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