Fri, 20 July 2012
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The King of Barbecue: Beef Brisket
Makes about 3 cups | 750 mL
The Butt Shredders call this Bob’s Rub, and it’s what we use in competition. Bob Lyon, the granddaddy of barbecue in the Pacific Northwest, shared this at the barbecue workshop that first
1 cup | 250 mL white sugar
1/4 cup | 50 mL celery salt
1/4 cup | 50 mL garlic salt
1/4 cup | 50 mL onion salt
1/4 cup | 50 mL seasoning salt (I like Lawrey’s)
1/3 cup | 75 mL chili powder (use a commercial blend, or if you want an edge, try a combination of real ground chiles like ancho, poblano, New Mexico or guajillo)
1/3 cup | 75 mL black pepper
1/3 cup | 75 mL paprika
Add as much heat as you want to this basic rub, using cayenne pepper, hot paprika, or ground chipotles. Then add 2 or 3 signature spices to suit whatever you’re cooking or your personal taste, like powdered thyme, oregano, cumin, sage, powdered ginger, etc. Add only 1 to 3 tsp | 5 to 15 mL of each signature seasoning so as not to overpower the rub.
Makes about 2 cups | 500 mL
Everyone has a friend of a friend of a friend who knows someone in Texas with a great rub recipe. This one came to me through occasional Butt Shredder and barbecue enthusiast Ian “Big Daddy” Baird. The cayenne gives it a nice burn. Use it as an all-purpose rub, but it really makes brisket sing.
3/4 cup | 175 mL paprika
1/4 cup | 50 mL kosher salt
1/4 cup | 50 mL sugar
1/4 cup | 50 mL ground black pepper
1/4 cup | 50 mL chile powder
2 Tbsp | 25 mL garlic powder
2 Tbsp | 25 mL onion powder
1 Tbsp | 15 mL cayenne, or to taste
Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them together well.
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