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Old 10-19-2011, 01:40 PM
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Has anyone here tried, used, or uses Bad Byron's Butt Rub? The BBQ Galore in FTW, TX has it and was wondering if anyone would recommend it.

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Old 10-19-2011, 01:47 PM
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Never tried it myself, but Byron wins a lot of contests with it.
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THat was the very first rub I ever bought, it was ok but the shaker is pretty small for the price, pretty sure they sell it at Bass Pro.

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THat was the very first rub I ever bought, it was ok but the shaker is pretty small for the price, pretty sure they sell it at Bass Pro.

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$13.99 for a 26 oz. bottle. And its only about 1.3 miles to the store from Pop's place.
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I tried it once a long time ago, it was a bit salty....
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It's not a bit salty, it's salty and pretty peppery also. It does tend to mild out though when cooked. Not a lot of sugar in it.

Byron swears by it.
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It's not a bit salty, it's salty and pretty peppery also. It does tend to mild out though when cooked. Not a lot of sugar in it.

Byron swears by it.
If I do get it and it turns out like ya'll say, I could always add some sugar to it.
Guess that would be called. "tinkerin"...............
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Is it ok if i buy some too and try it? .........sorry couldnt help myself.....

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Is it ok if i buy some too and try it? .........sorry couldnt help myself.....
Not asking if I can, DUDE! Asking if anyone has tried it DUDE!.................. Sorry, couldnt help myself either
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Byron's rub was one of the first I tried when I moved to Florida. He lived in Destin, only 7 milkes away so we heard and saw a lot about his rub. I didn't care for it due to the saltiness and figured if I was gonna have to "tinker" with it I might as well make my own. Byron has won a lot of contest and sold an awful lot of rub so I guess there are folks that like that salty thing....
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