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Old 06-25-12, 12:14 PM   #1
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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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Cool, and thanks. I make my own rubs, primarily.
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Cool, and thanks. I make my own rubs, primarily.
And your wife is ok with this?

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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
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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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