Bill’s Rib Rub

Bill’s Rib Rub

December 1, 2017 0 By Admiral BigGun

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This a rub recipe used for smoking pork ribs. I learned it from my friend Bill which is why i call it “Bill’s Rib Rub”. Pretty good name, amirite? Looks like I need to get to the store and grab some more supplies!

(For 4 people)

Tone's crushed red pepper spice is a primary ingredient in Bill's Rib Rub1 Whole Container Tones* Red Pepper 
(.50 oz)
1 shot or two of apple cider or juice
1 shot or two of apple cider vinegar
1 Whole Container Tones* Garlic
(.90 oz)
1 Good hand full of Brown Sugar
1 Whole Container Tones* Onion Powder
(.75 oz)
1 Big Chili Powder
(4.50 oz)

I combine the ingredients in a mixing bowl and rub it in one an hour before the smoke: One big chili power, a good hand full of brown sugar, one whole Tones red pepper, a whole Tones garlic, a whole Tones onion powder. A shot or two of apple cider, and apple cider vinegar to hold it together.

bills rib rub was used to make these ribs

Coiling your ribs saves space on your grill.


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(first posted Apr 11, 2012)