Dad’s Rib Rub Collection

Dad’s Rib Rub Collection

Looking for that perfect gift for the Dad who loves to grill or smoke mouthwatering ribs? This is destined to become one of our best selling spice gift sets for Father’s Day, Christmas and Birthdays as it is loaded with our four most popular rib rubs.

These rib rubs cover the classics as well as a recently new entry that has been consistently placing in the top 3 in BBQ competitions up and down the east coast. This is really an ideal sampler set for the rib lover’s in your family to decide on a favorite and then stock up. We regularly sell these top four selections in 1 and 5 lb. sizes for competitions and large family gatherings.

Your 4 selections:

Kansas City BBQ Rub - the unmistakable signature of the classic Kansas City BBQ Ribs is in the thick, sweet rub that contains brown sugar. What changes is the flavor of the wood used in smoking and even the cuts or pork or beef that the BBQ Master wants to use.

Memphis Style Dry Rib Rub - made from a homemade Memphis recipe and is meant to be used on ribs. The hallmark of a classic Memphis style BBQ is that the ribs are cooked for a long time until the meat becomes so tender that it practically falls off the bone. This is our house favorite and we love it because it’s salt free and packs just enough subtle heat.

North Carolina Style - Kansas City and Memphis may be better know for barbecue but the third are of the country where there is a distinctive barbecues flavor is in North Carolina. Now I didn’t say “the Carolinas” but specifically the North Carolina area.This is a classic North Carolina rub.

Pork Stank - When it comes to using Pork Stank as a pork rub you can apply the rub in advance with some people liking to apply it 8-24 hours before smoking. The truth is that the majority of the rub's molecules are too large and will penetrate less than a 1/2" into the meat during this time. A good pork rub is meant more as a surface treeatment for flavor and to create the bark. I like to apply the rub just before cooking in combination with a thin layer of oil (olive, canola or vegetable oil all work well) as most of the flavors in the rub are oil soluble (dissolves easily). Spread the rub generously on the thicker portions of the shoulder.
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  • 100323 001 Memphis Style Dry Rib Rub 1/2 Cup Jar (2.1 oz net wt)
  • 100324 001 Kansas City BBQ Rub 1/2 Cup Jar (2.4 oz net wt)
  • 100477 001 North Carolina BBQ Rub 1/2 Cup Jar (2.9 oz net wt)
  • 100397 001 Pork Stank 1/2 Cup Jar (3.1 oz net wt)

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