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Dry rub for the dear departed

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Having only recently been introduced to what a dry rub can do for a piece of meat (heaven on earth)......and having eaten a dry rubbed ribeye only this evening (be still, my heart)......I must now insist....that upon my demise.....and when I should depart this dear earth, that my mortal remains be dry rubbed with paprika, brown sugar, vinegar and herbs.......before cremation.

You may never be able to nibble at my bones, but by golly, I want you to smell that slow smoked piece of meat that once was me.

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What a way to go.................Me Too!
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I guess for me... that would be my last bark.
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Welcome

mjrodney may be a true smoker!
Welcome,

beard
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Make sure they put ya in a hickory casket too!!!biggrin.gif
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Save me a drumstick!PDT_Armataz_01_28.gif
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post #10 of 11
I don't recommend brown sugar if your going to do a sear.
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I agree. With all my friends drinking a brew.
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