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    To Tom and the other grill masters of foo

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/hughs-dry-rub/

    I made up a small batch of this rub this weekend for use on some chicken breasts. It has a nice kick to it. Worth a try. And that site lets you scale the recipe up or down based on need. Pretty cool.

    Enjoying a chicken breast, some quinoa and mixed veggies at my desk
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    sounds good....may be on some chicken tomorrow night.
    Tonight is Thai night.

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    Not a fan of breasts.

    On chicken.

    If I was going to grill thighs, I'd leave the skin on.

    But I take the skin off these days.. So I cook thighs in goop.
    I buy a variety of soups and sauces as a base.

    A favorite of mine is trader Joes organic squash soup.
    I have a couple dozen ways I go from there.

    One good easy way is to throw in a bottle of TJ's pepper and artichoke dip,
    some garlic, maybe some spice and/or green chile.

    I keep a number of ethnic things around to throw in at this point.
    Middleastern Clic pepper relish is great for that. A wide variety of Indian curries and
    garlic pickle or mango pickle (not at all like a pickle). A bit of Mexican is nice,
    especially mole.

    Quick stir, dump on chicken, throw in a slow oven (300 or less) and it's always good.

    I do miss chicken off the grill.

    Oh, you'll like this. Chop dried apricot, mix 50-50 with a BBQ sauce,
    cook as you usually would. The apricots will absorb a lot of the juices,
    and help keep things in place.
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    The Site Administrator: Currently at home recovering from a couple of strokes,please contact my assistnt admins for forum issues Tom Stormcrowe's Avatar
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    Cool, and thanks. I make my own rubs, primarily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe View Post
    Cool, and thanks. I make my own rubs, primarily.
    And your wife is ok with this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/hughs-dry-rub/

    I made up a small batch of this rub this weekend for use on some chicken breasts. It has a nice kick to it. Worth a try. And that site lets you scale the recipe up or down based on need. Pretty cool.

    Enjoying a chicken breast, some quinoa and mixed veggies at my desk
    Thanks ...I'm all for trying out new and different ways to rub breasts
    There are 10 types of people in the world - the ones that can count in base 2, the ones that can't count in base 2, and the ones that didn't expect this to be in base 3.

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    You Know!? For Kids! jsharr's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclaholic View Post
    Thanks ...I'm all for trying out new and different ways to rub breasts
    I hear you can use it to rub just about any kind of meat. Would be nice on your pork as well I think.
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