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Old 10-10-2006, 07:55 PM   #1
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Chicken & chuck

Did some chicken thighs and a chuck steak on the gasser tonight for dinner. Uncle Al & Finney sent me rubs to try and I finally got around to trying them.
Rubadubdub!

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Old 10-10-2006, 07:59 PM   #2
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I guess you hated it all.
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He might have tried the half and half method
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Did you eat any of it ?
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Old 10-10-2006, 09:00 PM   #5
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Well, it looked good.... anyway.
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Yeah, looks awesome !
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Old 10-11-2006, 05:00 AM   #7
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I had a little ( ok, a lot) of each. It was all great. I'll write a review of each of the rubs when I get home from work today.
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Old 11-25-2006, 06:37 AM   #8
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Re: Chicken & chuck

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Did some chicken thighs and a chuck steak on the gasser tonight for dinner. Uncle Al & Finney sent me rubs to try and I finally got around to trying them.
Rubadubdub!

Chicks

Steak

Dinner

That's my kind of steak, nice and rare. Chicken looks like it will do as well, very nicely done.
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Did some chicken thighs and a chuck steak on the gasser tonight for dinner. Uncle Al & Finney sent me rubs to try and I finally got around to trying them.
Rubadubdub!
Ummm.........the chicken on the left that is labeled Finney #2, but has an old Wolfe Rub bottle behind it...................you put Finney rub in an old Wolfe Rub container??? That's wrong on so many levels!
[smilie=nonono.gif] No wonder his rubs are getting good reviews, it's from the residue of Wolfe Rub in the old bottles! [smilie=a_takethatfoo.gif]
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Old 11-25-2006, 07:49 AM   #10
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Re: Chicken & chuck

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Did some chicken thighs and a chuck steak on the gasser tonight for dinner. Uncle Al & Finney sent me rubs to try and I finally got around to trying them.
Rubadubdub!
Ummm.........the chicken on the left that is labeled Finney #2, but has an old Wolfe Rub bottle behind it...................you put Finney rub in an old Wolfe Rub container??? That's wrong on so many levels!
[smilie=nonono.gif] No wonder his rubs are getting good reviews, it's from the residue of Wolfe Rub in the old bottles! [smilie=a_takethatfoo.gif][/quote:24keaku7]

Hey, I throw nothing away! Those containers even work with my rub! Not to worry about residue, I decontaminate them after every use!
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Waiting for the review. Still

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Hey, I throw nothing away! Those containers even work with my rub! Not to worry about residue, I decontaminate them after every use!
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It was written and posted a while back. Look back in the grilling section, it's in there somewhere.
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Well I had the chance to try Chris's rubs the other day on some chicken and steak http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... orum=bbq4u. I used rub #1 on the steak and rub #2 on chicken thighs. Both rubs were great! Rub 1 was very spicy like Chris had said. He said it would also have a citrus flavor to it also but the heat over powered the citrus flavor. I think this rub would taste good on butts or brisket but will be lost on ribs or chicken. Rub #2 was one of the best rubs I ever tasted. It had a carabian flavor to it that was perfect with the chicken. I'd bet it would taste equally as good on ribs. The heat is perfect ( at least for me), it hits you as an afterburner which is the way I like it. I also glazed the chicken with "Saucy Susan" whick is sweet. The combo was great! I don't think this rub would be too good with brisket or butts because I think it might get lost if it's in the smoke that long. I would definitly buy this and use it on chicken or ribs. Great combo of heat and sweet. Thanks Chris!
Is this the review Nick ???? I guess you didn't like mine enough to mention it HUH !!!!! LOL

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Old 11-25-2006, 07:30 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Nick Prochilo":3lcyf4f4]Well I had the chance to try Chris's rubs the other day on some chicken and steak [url="http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=6366&mforum=bbq4u
http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... orum=bbq4u[/url]. I used rub #1 on the steak and rub #2 on chicken thighs. Both rubs were great! Rub 1 was very spicy like Chris had said. He said it would also have a citrus flavor to it also but the heat over powered the citrus flavor. I think this rub would taste good on butts or brisket but will be lost on ribs or chicken. Rub #2 was one of the best rubs I ever tasted. It had a carabian flavor to it that was perfect with the chicken. I'd bet it would taste equally as good on ribs. The heat is perfect ( at least for me), it hits you as an afterburner which is the way I like it. I also glazed the chicken with "Saucy Susan" whick is sweet. The combo was great! I don't think this rub would be too good with brisket or butts because I think it might get lost if it's in the smoke that long. I would definitly buy this and use it on chicken or ribs. Great combo of heat and sweet. Thanks Chris!
Is this the review Nick ???? I guess you didn't like mine enough to mention it HUH !!!!! LOL

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Nope. Take a look here. 2nd post down.
http://www.bbq-4-u.com/viewtopic.php?t=6375
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