Used this on a pork roast we cooked on the bbq, which was quite good. But I used the leftover mix on some pork chops (also bbq'ed), and that's where this rub really excelled. Sooo tasty on pork chops! I left out the tarragon, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly.
This was a pretty good rub. I used it on 2 boston butts (pork shoulder) that i smoked for 14 hours. I like another rub that i use a little better, but this was pretty close to matching that... Thanks for the recipe! I will definitely use it again!
This rub brought great praise at the family bar-b-que. This is not an easy task in Texas, where everyone thinks they have cornered the market on great grilling.
Very good. Put it on a pork shoulder and rubbed it. Excellent flavor.
Excellent! I Used this rub for my 4th July Boston Butts this year and everyone is still talking about how great they were. Thanks!
I have used this 3 times so far Great Rub! Kitten how long would you let it sit before cooking? Days? Hours? I'm worried about curing the meat with all the salt. I'm doing St. Louis Ribs this week end!
Lots of ingredients made for lots of flavor in this rub. We loved it on our ribs! Grilled to perfection, the ribs really rocked! Thank you!
This really is the best dry rub!! We used this tonight on pork ribs and omitted the brown sugar (only because we are low-carbing) and it was still fantastic!! The flavors were incredible and held together nicely on the grill! Will be using this again and again and again!!! Thanks for posting!! :)
I covered a Boston butt with this fantastic rub before my husband smoked it. It was soooo delicious! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe with us!!!
I made this recipe and rubbed a boston butt, wrapped it in heavy duty aluminum foil and baked it at 400 degrees for three hours, then turned it down to 350 for another two hours. It was heavenly. Great flavor, very moist and made terrific pulled pork.