I've been playing around with pork dry rubs for a couple of years now and I mixed one up this morning that I think is really good. Fact is, I think it's a pretty good rub for chicken too! I'm a full disclosure guy; no secrets in my kitchen, here it is: Lucky 13 Dry Rub for Pork and Poultry ~ Ingredients: 1/3 cup dark brown sugar 1/3 cup white granulated sugar 1/8 cup Lawry's seasoned salt 1/8 cup garlic powder 1/8 cup paprika 1 tbs ground sage 2 tspns Cavender's Greek seasoning 2 tspns rosemary 2 tspns celery seed 1 tspn black pepper 1 tspn cayenne pepper 1 tspn chili powder 1 tspn ground thyme Preparation: Combine all ingredients into an electric blender and run on highest speed for several minutes until all ingredients are blended into a powder-like consistency. Place in a jar or other air-tight container and store in a dark, dry place. Despite the black pepper, cayenne, and chili powder, this is a rub for folks who really don't care for a rub that's TOO spicy. It provides a sweet, KC style, front-end with just a hint of heat on the back. Try it out!