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post #81 of 98

I am more of a beef & Chicken kind of guy.  I don't like my meat real sweet.

 

For beef I'll use SPOG (& a little dry mustard), Montreal Steak Seasoning & Tatonka Dust (not "Store" bought)  

 

For chicken I'll use Emeril's Essence, Zatarains blackened seasoning & Lawry's seasoned salt.

 

I'm the only one in the house who will use bbq sauce & I use it very sparingly so I normally use store bought.  Stubb's & Sweet Baby Ray's are the usuals for me.

 

Don

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post #84 of 98

I'm not a bbq sauce kind of guy, but when I do use it I get Twyford's.  He's a local guy in Jacksonville, IL and his sauce is really good.  I've been experimenting a lot with Cattleman's base sauces though, since I can get it for $7 a gallon here.

 

I have a big container of Frank's Red Hot spice blend powder and it goes on just about everything I cook.

post #85 of 98
I use Everglades seasoning you can get on line at evergladesseasoning.com
post #86 of 98

I have yet to try a better tasting bbq sauce than Ole Ray's Pork-O-Licious Barbecue Sauce.  Its really darn guud!  Its not too sweet with a nice bit of heat.  I usually never sauce anything I put on the grill (always in a ramekin on the side for me) but some of my family members love bbq sauce on their food.  For them, since they can't handle the heat of Pork-O-Licious, I usually give them SBR or Rufus Teague BBQ Sauce.

 

Pork-o-licious is really good on chicken, hot dogs, and hamburgers.

 

post #87 of 98
I have bought Meat Church .com rub pack. Awesome Stuff
post #88 of 98
+1 for Sweet Baby Rays
post #89 of 98
I have my own Rub recipes. I buy store bought BBQ sauce and "doctor" it up. Store bought makes a good base!
post #90 of 98

If I don't have time to make my own sauce I'll use Head Country or one of Oklahoma Style BBQ's (restaurant in Tulsa) sauces. I typically just make my own though. 

 

I make my rubs for everything but chicken. For chicken I use Cavender's Greek Seasoning.

post #91 of 98

I've actually bought a lot of different sauces at this point.  Sweet Baby Rays seems the the default for a party.

post #92 of 98

There are a lot of good rubs and sauces out there, I make my own, Everybody likes my BBQ sauce But my favorite in McClards in Hot Springs AR. My niece and nephew

 

usually brings me a case for my birthday every year.

 

Gary

post #93 of 98

Sticky fingers Carolina classic is also great. 

post #94 of 98
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I've actually bought a lot of different sauces at this point.  Sweet Baby Rays seems the the default for a party.

That's one of my favorites also.  I like to add a bit of Shiner Bock beer to it and simmer in a sauce pan and yummy!!!

post #95 of 98

For rubs I like the McCormick line of rubs. Usually load up when they go on sale. Sauce is a make your own. Many recepies out there, try one and adjust to your taste. In a pinch I use Sweet Baby Rays....but very little.

post #96 of 98
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Originally Posted by mummel View Post

+1 for Sweet Baby Rays

I like SBR and i have used it a lot, but im starting to get away from it because its one note sweet and i want more depth.

as far as individual spices i use almost exclusively McCormick's spices.

and for seasoning i use a lot of Montreal on beef esp my steaks!

 

Happy Smoking

phatbac (Aaron)

post #97 of 98

Hey,

 

I'm a newbie here, been lurking for a while, and this is my first post.

 

I make my own rubs, but my all-time favorite BBQ sauce is hard to find.  It's Woody's Cookin' sauce.  It's more of a sauce to be smoked with and

certainly not a table sauce.  It's pretty spicy raw, but milds down when cooked.

 

Great site and great people here!

 

Marv's Meat

post #98 of 98
Make my own rub and sauce and have for a while. My rub has a little heat from my time spent in Texas...my sauce is like a KC sauce. I also keep a supply of yellow sauce for pulled pork
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