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Barbecue Rubs

Pour Some Sugar (and Salt and Pepper) on Meat

Aug 11, 2015 By Daniel Vaughn

Sprinkle it on, rub it in, or shake it over the meat. It doesn’t really matter how you apply it, if it’s seasoning for barbecue, it’s called a rub. To really examine meat the almost inseparable relationship between meat and rub,  you have to back a few millenia. For thousands of years, salt…