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Unread 05-23-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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I remember Paul Kirk saying he uses one rub for everything. It has only 5 or 6 ingredients. I have been thru all the class papers and cannot find it. Anyone have it? Landarc?
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This? http://www.bbqdan.com/recipes/dry_rub.html
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That one has 15 items in it.
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I'll be it's got:

salt
black pepper
paprika
cayenne pepper
<and something>
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My guess is the "something" is granulated garlic or garlic powder.
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I'll be it's got:

salt
black pepper
paprika
cayenne pepper
<and something>
Sugar and one or two signature spices to make it yours.
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Has anyone had tried this recipe and if so what were your thoughts?
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Sugar and one or two signature spices to make it yours.
The 'and something' is what I was looking for. The one with 15 ingredients is in his rub section and means any or all of the ingredients could go well together as I recall from his class. Time for a fresh batch. Thanks
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I found a hand written note from his class. It's not titled.
3TBS fresh pepper
1tsp coriander
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp onion powder
2tsp Montreal
1/2tsp thyme
1tsp paprika
Notice no salt or sugar
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I found a hand written note from his class. It's not titled.
3TBS fresh pepper
1tsp coriander
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp onion powder
2tsp Montreal
1/2tsp thyme
1tsp paprika
Notice no salt or sugar
There is salt in the Montreal seasoning. Overall pretty low sodium though.
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I use this for pork butts

1 Cup Brown Sugar
¼ Cup Kosher Salt
1 TBsp AllSpice
1 TBsp Paprika
1 TBsp Granulated Garlic
1 TBsp Granulated Onion
1 TBsp Ground White Pepper

And for Brisket I leave off the sugar.
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