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Good BBQ starts with a good BBQ rub. Not too much heat, but just a tingle.
I got tired of "store bought" rubs not tasting quite to my liking. I also got tired of finding a rub that I like, only to have it disappear from sight.
My goal was to make my own barbeque rub out of "normal" ingredients; anything that could be found in a regular grocery store, anywhere in the world. It took me years of trying different recipes and modifying them to finally come up with this easy recipe. Please note that the Ancho chili powder is a must, don't substitute regular chili powder, it is too potent and takes over.
This rub works with pork or chicken equally well.