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    Question Anybody here rub their meat?

    If so Im wondering what you generally use. I prefer dry rubs because the flavor seems to be stronger. Here are my 3 favorote:

    Dry Barbeque Rub
    4 T Brown sugar
    2 T Chili Powder
    1 T Sea Salt
    2 T Paprika
    1 T Oregano
    1 T Onion Powder
    1 T Cumin
    2 T Mustard, Dry
    2 T Garlic Powder
    1/4 t Cayenne
    Mix dry ingredients thoroughly. Rub generously into skinless chicken, pork
    chops, or whatever. Let the meat 'marinate' for an hour, then toss on the
    grill for a slow cooking.

    Dry Rub #12
    2 ts Sea Salt
    2 ts Chili Powder
    2 ts Sugar
    1 ts Cayenne Pepper
    2 ts Brown Sugar
    1/4 c Paprika
    2 ts Cumin

    Dry Brisket Rub
    1/2 cup chili powder
    1/2 cup Sea Salt
    1/4 cup granulated garlic
    1/4 cup granulated onion
    1/4 cup black pepper
    1/4 cup sugar
    2 tbs dry mustard
    2 bay leaves
    Combine seasoning ingredients in food processor until evenly distributed


    Here is a great article on Dry Rubs: Thoughts on dry rubs | Food Embrace


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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    I usually perforate the Hell out of the meat with a fork before marinating. Really helps the flavor, and often improves the texture, in my opinion.
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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Korimir View Post
    I usually perforate the Hell out of the meat with a fork before marinating. Really helps the flavor, and often improves the texture, in my opinion.

    I wondered if anybody else did that.

    I usually start off with a dry rub of chili powder, cumin and sea-salt.
    Otherwise, I marinade in red wine and balsamic vinegrette... sometimes I'll do both. Let it sit like that a few hours before cooking.

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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    I like balsamic vinegar and olive oil, some kind of hot pepper sauce, garlic, mint, and parsley.
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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Korimir View Post
    I usually perforate the Hell out of the meat with a fork before marinating. Really helps the flavor, and often improves the texture, in my opinion.
    This is very true and I also rub the meat as well.

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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Korimir View Post
    I like balsamic vinegar and olive oil, some kind of hot pepper sauce, garlic, mint, and parsley.
    Ever try Paul Newman's Oil and vinegar, it's relatively new and absolutely delicious. It's about one of the best dressing out there and goes very well with meat.

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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Haven't. Have to stick to store brands, most of the time. Have to look for it. I normally like to have a vinaigrette to dip my steak in.
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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Korimir View Post
    Haven't. Have to stick to store brands, most of the time. Have to look for it. I normally like to have a vinaigrette to dip my steak in.
    It goes for about $3.50 cents something like if the dollar if will hold it's value. Non the less all profits go to charity, so I don't feel so bad spending a extra few dollars.

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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Giant Noodle View Post
    If so Im wondering what you generally use. I prefer dry rubs because the flavor seems to be stronger. Here are my 3 favorote:

    Dry Barbeque Rub
    4 T Brown sugar
    2 T Chili Powder
    1 T Sea Salt
    2 T Paprika
    1 T Oregano
    1 T Onion Powder
    1 T Cumin
    2 T Mustard, Dry
    2 T Garlic Powder
    1/4 t Cayenne
    Mix dry ingredients thoroughly. Rub generously into skinless chicken, pork
    chops, or whatever. Let the meat 'marinate' for an hour, then toss on the
    grill for a slow cooking.

    Dry Rub #12
    2 ts Sea Salt
    2 ts Chili Powder
    2 ts Sugar
    1 ts Cayenne Pepper
    2 ts Brown Sugar
    1/4 c Paprika
    2 ts Cumin

    Dry Brisket Rub
    1/2 cup chili powder
    1/2 cup Sea Salt
    1/4 cup granulated garlic
    1/4 cup granulated onion
    1/4 cup black pepper
    1/4 cup sugar
    2 tbs dry mustard
    2 bay leaves
    Combine seasoning ingredients in food processor until evenly distributed


    Here is a great article on Dry Rubs: Thoughts on dry rubs | Food Embrace


    Looks like some good recipes, and i am definitively a meat eater.

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    Re: Anybody here rub their meat?

    Yeah. Be more comfortable with it if I were spending my own dollars. Since I'm spending yours... But it does go to charity.
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