Review: Butcher BBQ Steak and Brisket Texas Style Rub

 

Butchers makes quality rubs, sauces, injections and soaks used by award winning competition bbq chefs all over the world.  Tonight, we review Butcher BBQ’s Steak & Brisket Rub.

Ingredient List: Sugar, salt, garlic, onion, spices, lemon powder and anti-caking agent.  Noticeably lacking is paprika….a standard in almost all rubs.

First Look: A snowy-white background with substantial bits of what appears to be black pepper mingled throughout.  Very reminiscent of ‘dalmation’ (just salt and pepper) famous throughout Texas.

Raw Taste: Salt, pepper, sugar.  Simple, but really tasty.

A porterhouse steak sprinkled with a light coating of rub on each side.  This is going to be good eats!

 

 

 

Cooked Taste: The rub melted into the meat creating a light sheen when mixed with the meat juices.  The taste was phenomenal!

 

Final Verdict: Craving more of the salty, peppery, sweet flavor, I sprinkled a bit of the raw rub on my steak at the table.  Amazing!!!  Butcher BBQ Steak and Brisket Rub might just replace the salt and pepper shakers in my kitchen…it’s that good!!

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  • Derek Garcia

    This stuff is really tasty. I use it on everything.

  • http://www.bigwaynerbbq.com Wayne Brown

    The rub composition reminds me a lot of the rub from Black’s BBQ. I like the simplicity of it!

  • http://www.nibblemethis.com Chris

    I need to try some of his stuff, I hear a lot of good things.