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Pitmaster Club Exclusive First Taste: Meathead's Amazing Rubs & Sauce - ALL 4 - Now Available For Purchase!

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    Pitmaster Club Exclusive First Taste: Meathead's Amazing Rubs & Sauce - ALL 4 - Now Available For Purchase!

    MEATHEAD'S AMAZING RUBS & SAUCE
    Introducing big, bold flavors for your big, bold creations


    Shhhhh. We have not told the public this yet. Only members.

    Since 2005, AmazingRibs.com founder, Meathead, has shared countless rub and sauce recipes for free, and along the way many of them have generated a cult-like following. In fact, you’ve likely made and enjoyed a few fan favorites including his Memphis Dust rub for pork, Simon and Garfunkel rub for poultry, and Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow Crust rub for red meats .

    Now, after years of fielding requests, we are thrilled to unveil three bottled rubs and a KC-style sauce under the name Meathead’s Amazing Rubs & Sauce. Each with one of our three most popular sauce & rub recipes then amps them up with the addition of some new ingredients including several smoked ingredients so they will be great on indoor recipes!

    You will also notice that while we always recommend leaving salt out of homemade rubs and instead adding it to the meat ahead of time, these rubs contain sea salt in order to simplify the process for the average consumer. Plus even with herbs and spices, they can still be used as a dry brine. Besides, if we left out the salt the price would be too high.

    Ready to try our new rubs on pork, beef, or poultry (or perhaps all three!)? While we haven’t yet spread the word publicly, we are giving our Pitmaster Club members a heads-up on where to buy them today! There are only 1500 bottles of each in the first run. Each bottle is about 10 ounces and about 6" tall, about the size of a beer can.

    Once you have them on hand, be sure to try them out on whatever you happen to be cooking (even if it isn’t our recipe or is a personal creation) then report back here on your experience.

    Click here for more info and links to ordering them from the manufacturer

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    THIS JUST IN - NOW ALL 4 ARE AVAILABLE IN SINGLES OR BUNDLES.

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    Last edited by Meathead; September 10, 2021, 09:55 AM.

    #2
    Lookin' forward to tryin' 'em.

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      #3
      Nice! I'll have to give the pork rub a try with the Blasphemy Ribs recipe. I see that there are 10.8 ozs of rub in a bottle, but it's hard to gauge how much that really is without any kind of visual reference. How does the bottle size compare to a standard McCormick etc. grocery store spice bottle?

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      • Clint Cantwell
        Clint Cantwell commented
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        It not a small bottle like a McCormick's Grill Mates but if you have any non-mass market rubs in your grocery store it is the common large shaker bottle. Close to as thick as a Coke can but 1/3 or more taller.

      • mgaretz
        mgaretz commented
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        Thanks

      • Meathead
        Meathead commented
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        Bottles are 5 7/8" tall.

      #4
      Really looking forward to this. Thank you.

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        #5
        All three on th way, standin by to be Amazed, oh, Exalted One...

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          #6
          Order placed...

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            #7
            got all 3 coming. Once here, I'll try them all out and report back ..... thinking I will do a pork loin, a tri-tip, and a whole chicken to give each rub a fair test

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              #8
              Just ordered all three. Excited to try them!

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                #9
                Got mine on order!! Looking forward to it.

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                  #10
                  Oh, alright, I'll jump in too!

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                    #11
                    I've ordered all 3. can't wait to try them!

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                      #12
                      Just ordered all three . Can't wait to try them. I am not a huge fan of commercial rubs as I prefer to make my own but 99 percent of people would rather just buy them. That being said I get alot of people in the meat locker asking ng to buy meat rubs. Meathead any chance I could buy these by the case to sell in the meat locker

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                      #13
                      Following the herd!

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                        #14
                        I have the beef and chicken on the way. I don't care for MMD. Can't wait to try them!

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                        • Mr. Bones
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                          >snicker<

                        • fzxdoc
                          fzxdoc commented
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                          We don't care for Simon and Garfunkle, or at least we didn't, 10 or 12 years ago when I tried it on chicken. I'm giving it another go. I've never used Cow Crust, preferring Meathead's BBBR, so that will be a new experience as well.

                          Kathryn

                        #15
                        I don't think they'll replace mixing my own but it's a great way to introduce the site to others.

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