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Email received on Smoked Baby Back Ribs..

post #1 of 7
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Hello All,

I was looking through the email received today and had a quick question. When they are explaining applying the rub, they mention the "original rub" vs the "Texas Style Rub"

""You will notice that I used the original rib rub on the outside racks and my new Texas style rub on the one in the center. All of them were good but I still think the original rib rub is hard to beat for pork and most other things when it comes to that perfect balance between sweet and spicy.""

Is the orginal rub the same one called "Jeff's Naked Rib Rub" recipe? I purchased the rubs and sauces online and the PDF basics class was included to my surpise!! I just want to be sure that I using the correct rub mentioned in the email.

As a newbie to to this hobby, I'm just trying to make sure I'm following the proper instructions. This forum/website/email has been an incredible find for me!

Thanks

-Rob
post #2 of 7
Hey Rob, welcome to the group!

In that newsletter Jeff is using both. On the image you can see that he is using his new Texas style rub on the center rack.

The other two he is using his original recipe which is in fact 'Jeff's naked rib rub'. It is a great rub, I use it all the time.

I have not tried the Texas rub yet but planning to soon!

Cheers!
post #3 of 7
That Texas rub looks great. I will be trying it very soon.
post #4 of 7

Not a real fan of "salty" rubs, has anyone tried it yet? If so, what did you use it on?  I would also like to try this rub sometime. 

post #5 of 7

To me, the Texas rub is too salty, but I love his original rub!

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Originally Posted by jcrevz View Post
 

Not a real fan of "salty" rubs, has anyone tried it yet? If so, what did you use it on?  I would also like to try this rub sometime. 


Use your search engine, enter low salt rubs or no salt rubs and see what you get.  I have done that and found some good recipes.

post #7 of 7

Yeah I was wondering the same thing about the Texas Style Rub" I have the original rub and sauce but where do I find the Texas style as mentioned in the email. I have tried to email and get it but no response.

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