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    New mexican green chile, New Mexican red, Chipotle, Ancho


      MMD is good stuff, we always have a batch on the shelf


        I am toying with grinding up dried apple and a bit of cloves to add to my memphis dust. Anyone ever tried apple powder on ribs?


        • Northside Brian
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          intrigued by the idea of ground cloves in MMD. Dont think you would need very much though. I dont think it would work on pork, but might be excellent on chicken or duck.

        • Spinaker
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          Apple Powder? hmmmmmm. Might have to fire up the Dehydrator and the grinder.

        • Ahumadora
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          I already use cloves in my memphis rub, works great

        Num num num. Soon as I'm allowed to walk again, I'll be playing with this. I've wondered about coffee rubs and since we're opening a coffee shop, that might be something to add come summer.


          I made my first batch on Wednesday to go with my first pork butt. put it all in a nice Tupperware dish sealed and and shook it like a mad man. mixed up pretty well. Been dry-brining the butt for a little over 24 hours now.


          • fuzzydaddy
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            MMD is great on butts, ribs and chicken! We would love to see some pics of your first butt.


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