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    two pork butts and a brisket on the left... one ginormous chuck roll on the right.. that's getting loaded in the smoker to smoke overnight and be served at a poker party tomorrow night

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    YUM! Looks delicious...What are the spices you're using?

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    Primal eating in a nutshell: If you are hungry, eat Primal food until you are satisfied (not stuffed). Then stop. Wait until you're hungry again. Repeat.

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    little bit of this, and a little bit of that... I run a competition bbq team, so the exact ingredients are... under wraps.

    I will say this tho, dried onion & garlic pulverized to a powder, chili powder, salt, black pepper, and dried mustard is a decent start.

    dont' buy onion & garlic powder, they put anti-caking crap in there, get the dried onion flakes or pieces, and granulated garlic, and smash it up with a mortar & pestle

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    Quote Originally Posted by jermicide View Post
    little bit of this, and a little bit of that... I run a competition bbq team, so the exact ingredients are... under wraps.

    I will say this tho, dried onion & garlic pulverized to a powder, chili powder, salt, black pepper, and dried mustard is a decent start.

    dont' buy onion & garlic powder, they put anti-caking crap in there, get the dried onion flakes or pieces, and granulated garlic, and smash it up with a mortar & pestle
    Thanks for sharing! I've got a 1/3 of a pig in the freezer and some ribs that need cooking. I really wanted a dry rub but never having done one (always used wet sauces in the past which have too many carbs and too much sugar) I'm thrilled to have yours! Any tips on cooking the ribs? I don't have a smoker, just a grill or an oven.

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    you can braise the ribs as so: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

    but, there's brown sugar in the recipe.. i don't use any sugar myself, bit of honey in my glaze for pork.

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    How fun! I think a Primal Poker Party is the greatest idea.

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