Carolina Style BBQ Rub
South Carolina is the only state in the nation where you will find all four of the basic types of barbeque sauce. The four basic sauces are Mustard, Vinegar & Pepper, Light Tomato, and Heavy Tomato. It’s the sauce that determines what type of barbeque you’re eating here. Carolina sauces in general are thin, tangy and peppery and are mopped on during cooking, or served on the side. The middle of the state is known for a mustard base sauce and not much of a rub if any is generally used. We created our own Carolina Rub which compliments any style sauce. When Carolinians say ‘barbeque’; they are always talking about pork! What kind of pork you ask? Pretty much the whole pig, right down to the pork butt (shoulder) and ribs. We have included a recipe for creating a mustard base sauce that cuts through the fat in the ribs and butt and soaks into the meat while cooking. 3.60oz. (102g)
- Pork Slab
- Pork Butt
- Pork Shoulder
- Pork Ribs
Traditional Wood Uses:
Hickory and Oak are traditional woods for Carolina Style BBQ. For a milder flavor, try mixing Cherry or Apple with the above woods.
The average adult Bull Moose has anywhere from 16 to 28 points or “tines” on its rack. 28 points is considered rare and anything beyond that is considered to be trophy perfection. So it is only fitting for us to name our new Barbeque Line, 29 Point BBQ Rubs & Sauces. “One Point Above BBQ Perfection.”
There are four main regional varieties of traditional slow-cooked barbeque. Memphis and Carolina which rely pretty much on pork, Kansas City and Texas which utilize beef as well as pork. The unique style of each one is what makes BBQ special. Our rendition for each style of barbeque captures the authentic taste and flavors that are consistent with each region. Barbeque (BBQ) refers to a technique of cooking that involves cooking meat for long periods of time at low temperatures using various types of wood which imparts a different flavor, a technique called smoking. Dry Rubs are an essential component in barbeque. Depending on the style, the sauce may be the signature ingredient. We have created 4 classic dry rubs which is the base for achieving great flavor in BBQ. Our 29 Point BBQ Rubs can also be combined with additional fresh ingredients to create an authentic sauce derived for each style. That’s The 29 Point BBQ Perfection!
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