Major Eaton wrote:KoryGL wrote:I'm always a fan of Alton Brown. I've made many of his recipes and have never been disappointed...
Speaking of Alton Brown, (and summer BBQ), has anyone here, tried his terra cotta $5.00 smoker?
Super Ordinary Guy wrote:If you're looking fir that Neeky's dry rub, here's how to make it:
Neely's Dry Rub
1½ cups of paprika
¾ cup sugar
3¾ tablespoon of onion powder
Pretty simple, I like it cause it's not loaded with salt.
I may give this a try, thanks, been craving some red beans and rice, haven't been to NOLA for awhile now.
Super Ordinary Guy wrote:Basic dry rub and you can grill with it .......
You can now buy smoked paprika,,,,,, try a batch adding that
Also try the dry rub for the grill... wanna kick it up a notch ?
dry rub chicken or whatever, grill when you turn it over put you favorite BBQ sauce on top of the cooked side with dry rub... whole new flavor.....
If you want to make a smaller batch I broke it down for you.
1/2 oz sugar
3 tsp onion powder
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