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    Pulled Pork Rub

    I lost my reciepe from last year, I want a good rub and sauce because we have some friends from texas coming over on sunday. I want this to turn out well. A&M friends in case you were wondering...I don't hold that against them too much, but it does **** them off when I yell hook em horns....



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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    I have a modified carnitas rub that I use. It's a little different, but I really like it.

    It's
    2 parts salt
    4 parts garlic powder
    4 parts cumin
    2 parts oregano
    2 parts coriander
    2 parts cayenne pepper
    1 part cinnamon

    The cinnamon is a little weird at first, and can be eliminated entirely if desired.


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    I won't give you my rubs recipe, but I'll let you know what's in it........

    Light Brown Sugar
    White Cain Sugar
    Onion Powder
    Garlic Powder
    Black Pepper
    Salt
    Chili Powder
    Cumin
    Mustard Powder
    Paprika
    Crushed Red Pepper
    Cayenne Pepper


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    For a quick store bought rub, try Bad Byron's Butt Rub. It's usually available at Ace and True Value Hardware stores. Great rub! I use it all the time on my butts and then place a brown sugar "cap" on the fat side and smoke it for about 12-13 hours. I spray apple juice concentrate on the butts about every 20 minutes during the last 90 minutes of cooking.


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    Quote Originally Posted by cdekovic View Post
    For a quick store bought rub, try Bad Byron's Butt Rub. It's usually available at Ace and True Value Hardware stores. Great rub! I use it all the time on my butts and then place a brown sugar "cap" on the fat side and smoke it for about 12-13 hours. I spray apple juice concentrate on the butts about every 20 minutes during the last 90 minutes of cooking.
    Oh come on man. Did you type this with a straight face?



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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    Quote Originally Posted by cdekovic View Post
    For a quick store bought rub, try Bad Byron's Butt Rub. It's usually available at Ace and True Value Hardware stores. Great rub! I use it all the time on my butts and then place a brown sugar "cap" on the fat side and smoke it for about 12-13 hours. I spray apple juice concentrate on the butts about every 20 minutes during the last 90 minutes of cooking.
    Sounds butt spacking good!


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    Quote Originally Posted by whirlybirds View Post
    I won't give you my rubs recipe, but I'll let you know what's in it........

    Light Brown Sugar
    White Cain Sugar
    Onion Powder
    Garlic Powder
    Black Pepper
    Salt
    Chili Powder
    Cumin
    Mustard Powder
    Paprika
    Crushed Red Pepper
    Cayenne Pepper
    Ding ding ding we have a winner, free porkbutt dinner. Use these ingredients. If your rub tastes really good after you mix it together, it won't be that good of a rub. IMHO


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    I've used this one a few times that turned out pretty good: Best Odds Pulled Pork Rub - Barbecue Rub Recipe


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    I think I'm going to try something else next time too, I have heard of people basting their pork shoulder during smoking with either apple juice/cider or pinapple juice. Baste it once an hour, apparently adds a little extra flavor to it.


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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    This is a good rub you can buy. I use it when I don't have time to make my own.

    Perk Up Your Pork "Kyle Style" Pork Rub

    And this sauce is the best you can get the teams that finish well consistantly in KCBS BBQ compitions use this on pork.

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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    So we went to the closest True Value hardware store in search of Bad Byrons Butt rub. After reading some of the responses to the post with that product in it I was a little leary of even going shopping for it, but alas my wife and I left the house with a smirk on our faces. We arrive at said hardware store in a small town a few miles from our house and immediately were even more on edge. This store looked on the inside like it hadn't been organized sinse about 1978. I asked where the Bar B Que supplies were and was told,"That isle over there, cant guarantee we have what you are looking for"....Let me tell you this...If you need vintage Webber grill parts I can direct you where to go....They didn't have the butt rub in plain view, and I sure as hell was not going to ask for it. So we left the store and went to a butcher shop and just got some of theirs. The butt turned out fine...I have a great sauce recipee if anyone would like it....spicy tangy and very good. Like nothing else out there and gets compliments every time i serve it......Again Thanks CF you never dissapoint....

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    Re: Pulled Pork Rub

    Quote Originally Posted by CYdTracked View Post
    I think I'm going to try something else next time too, I have heard of people basting their pork shoulder during smoking with either apple juice/cider or pinapple juice. Baste it once an hour, apparently adds a little extra flavor to it.

    I use a spray bottle with apple juice and spray it about every half an hour.....yummy



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