Billbo's world famous dry rub & BBQ sauce recipe's

Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades' started by billbo, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. Made a batch of the sauce yesterday and used some during the foiling stage of my spare ribs. Smelled great. Having them for dinner tonight so will follow up with the results.
  2. billbo

    billbo Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    How did it turn out roser? I have a batch of sauce on the stove right now!
  3. We loved it!  It was interesting to taste the flavors melding over the 4 hour simmer.  Quite a different taste from beginning to end. 

    Have 4 pint jars in the fridge.  Great on the spare ribs.  Will be doing my first pulled pork next weekend (7/12) and plan on using it for that.

    Thank you Billbo![​IMG]
  4. av8tor

    av8tor Meat Mopper

    I have been using Jeff's rub for a long time but just might have to try this.
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2013
  5. +1 for the sauce....its only been on the stove for an hour but, it is very tasty....cant wait to see how much better it gets!

    My wife just walked in and told me to fire up the smoker because the smell is making her hungry.

    Thank you for sharing!
  6. I am making this sauce as I type and all I can say is it tastes awesome. Cant wait to fire up my newley made smoker tomorrow and cook up some ribs.
  7. tatuajevi

    tatuajevi Fire Starter

    I made this yesterday and it is awesome! 
  8. smokinmilkman

    smokinmilkman Fire Starter

    Got a batch cooking now smells and soo far tastes out of this world, gonna use it with the smoked pulled pork later.:grilling_smilie:
  9. tatuajevi

    tatuajevi Fire Starter

    So I've used this two nights in a row now. Chicken last night and pork chops tonight. Ridiculously delicious! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us!
  10. vandy58

    vandy58 Fire Starter

    Lol I am such an idiot. Prepared a full batch and had not containers to store in. Was doing a rub on a butt I am smoking at 3 in the morning on Sunday and I grabbed the inside of the bowl with my pig blood glove and it got in the rub. Well it is in the fridge so I can sprinkle a little more before the smoke but then it is trashed! Oh well. Anybody ever done a 36 hour in the fridge with this rub? I am excited!
  11. Just realized the original post is years old, but apparently the rub stands the test of time! Just used it (only second time using my smoker) and both the pork butt and beef roast turned out great. I didn't try the sauce, but that's definitely on my to-do list.
  12. donttread

    donttread Fire Starter

    Just mixed it all up. 5lb sausage stuffed pork loin getting plastered with it tomorrow.
  13. donttread

    donttread Fire Starter

    Just mixed it all up. 5lb sausage stuffed pork loin getting plastered with it tomorrow.
  14. thanks for sharing Sir
  15. fm2002

    fm2002 Newbie

    Just made your sauce over the weekend. I have to say this is one of the bestt BBQ sauces I've ever tasted. One could base a BBQ business with this sauce as a base. Thanks alot !
  16. shoneyboy

    shoneyboy Master of the Pit OTBS Member

  17. Can I substitute the brown sugar with splenda?
  18. jcornell

    jcornell Newbie

    Billbo, are you affiliated with Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in Syracuse?

    These look a lot like their Red Rub and Mutha Sauce, both of which I love.
  19. scotsman

    scotsman Newbie

    5 TABLESPOONS of garlic?  That's alot no?  I just did a head of garlic and barely got 1!
  20. Looks great to me

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