A good day to smoke!

I just got out of Costco and almost went nuts, I contracted "emotional contagion". Actually no but I got a flat of them thick pork chops and I got a whole chicken in the freezer that needs a home in my belly. I am looking for dry rub suggestions that will work on both pork and chicken. I am gonna run the "Masterbuilt" in the garage lest the neighbors think that I have food.

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  • KexKex Posts: 4,270
    I was concerned for a moment as to where you intended to apply the dry rub, but it was just on the pork and chicken, so that’s reassuring! 😉
    Alea jacta est!
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,018
    I did get two Juggs of "Super Chunk" peanut butter.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 7,018
    edited March 21
    Dang, I forgot to get bacon! If I got to go back now, I want to go out bacon-wrapped.
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  • JazzheadJazzhead Posts: 101
    A popular rub I remember from my days in Eastern NC (one of the BBQ nerve centers of the USA):

    Equal parts salt, black pepper, cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper, then double parts of brown sugar and paprika. Works with chicken or pork.
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  • ZLTFULZLTFUL Posts: 5,359
    Grill Your **** Off
    Infidel Pork Rub

    Veteran owned company, inexpensive, and fricking delicious.
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  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 6,432
    I have used this for pork butts and tenderloin. It’s pretty awesome!

    https://amazingribs.com/tested-recipes/spice-rubs-and-pastes/meatheads-memphis-dust-rub-recipe
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  • anonymouseanonymouse Posts: 2,636
    I second that recommendation for Meathead Memphis Dust. I use it on ribs all the time and they are very very popular. Keep in mind that the quality of the spices, especially the paprika matters a lot - try to get Hungarian paprika.
  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 6,432
    anonymouse wrote: »
    I second that recommendation for Meathead Memphis Dust. I use it on ribs all the time and they are very very popular. Keep in mind that the quality of the spices, especially the paprika matters a lot - try to get Hungarian paprika.

    Oh yea I’ve used it on ribs too sooo good. In fact I’ve got some ribs imma gonna smoke tomorrow...outside though cause I’m not an animal 😂
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  • ZLTFULZLTFUL Posts: 5,359
    https://grillyourassoff.com/

    Of course I am sure that the censor-bot 1000k will nuke the link...
    "Some people find it easier to be conceited rather than correct."

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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 25,394
    ZLTFUL wrote: »
    https://grillyourassoff.com/

    Of course I am sure that the censor-bot 1000k will nuke the link...

    nope, it survived :)

    Real, 'fresh' Hungarian paprika is amazing.
    Did y'all know that Szent-Györgyi discovered Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in paprika?
    It's a little-known fact :)

    If us biochemists had, like, Marvel comics superhero biochemists, he'd be one of them.

    B)

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  • CottageChzCottageChz Posts: 126
    Gonna smoke a rack of ribs tomorrow and use the Meathead’s Memphis Dust recipe! B)
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