rubs and marinades

Discussion in 'Rusty's Grill' started by longhornswf15, Jun 18, 2008.

  1. longhornswf15

    longhornswf15 < 25 Posts

    so what are the best rubs and marinades everyone has used for steaks, hamburgers, chicken, etc.? is there a good book about rubs and marinades?
  2. Steel Shank

    Steel Shank 1,000+ Posts

    Some dude is going to tell you watermelon.
  3. wedgie

    wedgie 100+ Posts

    As a youngster i used about a 50/50 blend of Lowery's seasong salt and garlic powder. In the last year or so I have thrown all my rubs away and gone back to what I think is the best for me.

    The good ole 50/50 Lowery's seasoning salt and garlic poweder.

    That is all.
  4. mcmike1492

    mcmike1492 100+ Posts

    The Link has a great rub you can order online. I used some on my first smoked brisket and first racks of ribs, and they turned out really, really well.
  5. jimmyjazz

    jimmyjazz 2,500+ Posts

    I'm smoking a giant brisket right now. I used

    3 parts kosher salt
    3 parts ground black pepper
    2 parts garlic powder
    2 parts chile powder
    2 parts cumin
    1 part paprika
    1 part brown sugar
    1/2 part cayenne pepper

    & a generous slathering of French's yellow mustard.

    I'll let you know how it turns out. It will be fantastic.

    NCAAFBALLROX 1,000+ Posts

    For things OTHER than ribs & brisket (rubs only on those items), try the offerings of Cookwell & Co.; available @ H.E.B. & Central Market.

    Good stuff.


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