Does anybody know if he sells a brisket rub?
I like pork, but I love beef.
Is his BBQ sauce good on beef too?
Good question although I doubt I would ever use it on a brisket. I tend to use rubs on those hunks of meat that can truly benefit from it and usually I scrape the fat cap off post cooking so I'd never eat it anyways. If I do anything to the exterior of a brisket it is simply salt and pepper after trimming the fat cap as I want that beef flavor to come through unmasked.
Now that the disclaimers are out, why not just use Jeff's current rub offering on the brisket?
I have never used or seen Jeff's rub, BUT, I t is used as a rib rub and I suspect it is sweet, not all bad for other meats.
I would try it as is on some beef, possibly a chuck and see what you think and add other spices to it as you feel.
I would start off with adding some/more c u m i n , maybe a touch of oregano , coffee, garlic, onion powder, and salt.
It's a trying thing, see what you can come up with, and in no time you can totally make your own rub recipe
Less get this straight right off the bat. A rub is a rub it can be used on everything that you smoke. Jeff's is a good rub and the stores are full of them. Now I use different rubs fro time to time. Right now I'm using a very simple rub. Old Bay and brown sugar mixture on everything. Now it's very tastey and it has a kick to it that IO like. I happen to like a little spice with my food. So use jeff's rub or just go to the store and pick one and if you don't like it change to a different one.
I did a little crazy mixture last night...
2 cups of french's mustard.
2 cups of brown sugar.
1/2 cup course pepper.
some + garlic salt.
It smelled FOUL when I first rubbed it on!
But it is the best brisket I've made so far!
The taste is soo GOOD.
I was in a local smoke shop and bought some beef rub, it is called Obie Cues Texas Brisket Rub. I have never used it on a brisket but i was pleased with the outcome when i applied it to a chuck roast a couple of weeks ago . Pkerchef