Dry Rub for Slow Cooked Pork Shoulder

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capricho4
beers 18 º places 1 º 14:05 Tue 8/8/2017

I’m familiar with all of the typical dry rub blends but I was wondering if anyone here has a recipe for something a little different. I am opened to most flavors.

Cheers

 
Homer321
beers 5358 º places 54 º 16:49 Tue 8/8/2017

Also interested. I just got a big green egg about a month ago. Haven’t done shoulder yet but plenty of indirect grilling and pizzas. Might try a turkey breast this weekend.

 
PhillyBeer2112
beers 3176 º places 88 º 17:45 Tue 8/8/2017

The ingredient I favor that I don’t see in many rubs is celery seed.

 
McGrupp612
beers 154 º places 1 º 20:42 Tue 8/8/2017

How are you slow cooking it? Roast? Braise? Smoke?

 
sloth
beers 3177 º places 93 º 21:27 Tue 8/8/2017

I usually dig salt and pepper. Let the wood talk, gently.

 
574deadzone
beers 1420 º places 11 º 05:58 Wed 8/9/2017

I use onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder, and smoked paprika with some coarse salt and cracked pepper. Adjust to your liking. And then mix in a bunch of brown sugar, too, that really sets it off. I always try to prep mine the night before and let it sit in the fridge overnight to the let the flavors get all infused and intwined. The smoked paprika is critical. You don’t want regular paprika.