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Old 07-01-2023, 03:23 PM   #1
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Thanks, who ever you were...

Someone on this board once posted about a friend of his ( that is also a diver, and as I remember a Veteran ) that makes and sells different seasonings.
I wanted to support our members, so I bought One of Everything he made. ( It was a long time ago, BTW)
Well, it was all good, but one item was Exceptionally good!
That was his "Sweet Rub"!
I have re-ordered many times and am about to re-order again (after this post).
The company is;
Smokin' J's
PO Box 43 Wildwood Florida 34785
352-272-7829

Whoever it was that posted his buddies business, I thank you, and my wife thanks you!
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Old 07-01-2023, 04:05 PM   #2
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

OK, here is his site;
https://smokinjssignaturesauces.com/
And I think the member on here ( and one of his dive buddies ) is Tyson Brown
Thanks Bro, Great Tip!
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Old 07-01-2023, 05:02 PM   #3
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

Thanks. Ordered some. I'll let you know how I like it after I have used it.
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Old 07-02-2023, 10:12 AM   #4
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

Look to hear back from you.
We use it mostly on chicken, and it's great!
On fish I use a combination of Cajun seasonings, (we eat more sea food than anything else)
On ribs "Monkey Dust" is unbeatable, (again, another product made locally.)
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Old 07-02-2023, 04:13 PM   #5
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

Spot on. I bought some as well. Good stuff. I was just searching/thinking about a dry rub for my ribs and completely forgot about that leftover rub. Doh! Happy 4th all.
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Old 07-03-2023, 07:35 AM   #6
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

Justin's sweet rub is really good.

Try rubbing it onto fish and grilling. When mostly done, baste a little BBQ sauce on there too.

Just did some BBQ butterflied rainbow trout in the mountains of North Carolina before our recent AT section hike a couple weeks ago:



It was so good I forgot to take a pciture before I started eating my second serving:



And, you're welcome, Seatux
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Re: Thanks, who ever you were...

Well, I ordered the sweet rub and tried it on steak several times. Wasn't impressed with it by itself - it was OK, but nothing special. But when I combined it with garlic salt, it really popped, and the combination was great.

So, that's how I'll be using it in the future. Thanks for the recommendation!
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Well, I ordered the sweet rub and tried it on steak several times. Wasn't impressed with it by itself - it was OK, but nothing special. But when I combined it with garlic salt, it really popped, and the combination was great.

So, that's how I'll be using it in the future. Thanks for the recommendation!
Nice. I really enjoy the blackberry BBQ sauce when basted and grilled on fish.
https://smokinjssignaturesauces.com/...erry-bbq-sauce

Also like the Red Top Hot Sauce, which is a hotter version of Blackberry Ghost Pepper (which is objectively not very spicy despite the ghost peppers).
https://smokinjssignaturesauces.com/...-top-hot-sauce
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