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this was wayyyy too salty for us.

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mamazee January 15, 2004

Love it. I use way less salt, but otherwise, it rocks!!!! Oh, I frequently use brown sugar too.

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Luke Russell August 03, 2009

I luv this recipe. I always had problems with my country style ribs being sorta dry or tough. I tried this and they are so moist and tender they fall apart when I take them out, and thats how we LUV THEM. Thank you so much. Great recipe. I top my ribs with my BBQ glaze I make and they r just like the restaurants. Matter of fact Im making them today for teh Hubbys birthday.

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shakin March 21, 2009

This is a wonderful rub. I will not trade it for anything. This is the first ribs I have grilled or for that fact used a dry rub. This will be a mainstay here in my home. Hugs

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Braunda April 29, 2005

This has become the only Rib Rub my husband will use now! The ribs he smokes are fabulous and everyone is asking for this recipe!

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Dine & Dish June 18, 2004

It really does rock. We tried it on portions of prime rib & grilled them. They melt in your mouth. For a variation, try brown sugar rather than white.

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Stephen Delaney September 08, 2003

This rub DOES ROCK!! We are going to try it on a pork tenderloin next!! Thanks :)

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Shae May 28, 2002
Rib Rub that Rocks