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Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades' started by stfron, May 19, 2008.
Does anyone have info on a rub called "Dixie Dust"? I'd like to find a place to purchase it-
found it at www.dixiedust.com........... you owe me a beer...lol
that was a bogus lead--still lookin
LOL- Yeah, I googled it and came up with that post pointing there as well- But. I still owe you a beer- and "A" for effort, right?
check towards the bottom our current advertisers..
and click on dixie dust. hope this helps you.
coyote..........i tried that link........which took me to bbq news..........and the link the sez dixie dust bbq rub.........but that link did NOT take me to any bbq rub site........some clothing site.......but that was it........no rub in site........
you are correct when i found it, I did not take it all the way to the end. kinda tricky those folks are. dixie dust clothing line from a cooking page.hmmm.sorry now i am on a mission lol..
every cooking site that list a link to robert's dixie dust seems to have been swiped by the clothing industry. I will see if i have any luck wensday when i come back to work.. good luck from what I have read searching for it..it gooder then the others.
I did a bunch of searching also, coyote...best answer I could come up with was that it is no longer commercially available........
It doesn't appear to be a clothing site for me, it's one of those generic sites that pop up when someone forgets to renew their domain. They usually try to interpret what the surfer was looking for, in an attempt to get them to click on their links instead. Domain Pirates- ARGGGGG!
Where did you hear about it and/or get it before?
I thought Dixie dust was made by Mike Mills of 17th Street Bar and Grill in Murphysboro, IL. I am pretty sure it is now called 17th Street Bar and Grill Magic dust.
Watch this video.
I believe your right, he calls it that in his book.
PS, did you see what Mills servers are wearing that the end of that video, had me in stiches!!!
the recipe for the dust is IN his book, in fact...........i was wondering if you was asking after "MAGIC" dust, instead of dixie dust
Here you go
this is what he, "Mike Mills", uses in his resturants, and in his competitions
1/2 cup paprika
1/4 cup kosher salt finely ground
2 tbls mustard powder
1/4 cup chili powder
1/4 cup ground cumin
2 tbls ground black pepper
1/4 cup granulated garlic
2 tlbs cayenne
makes about 2.5 cups
mix all ingrediants and store in tightly covered conatainer.......keeps forever, but M.M., sez in his book, it won't last long.......he keeps a big shaker full of this dust next to his salt and pepper in his own kitchen.......he sez, its the most frequently stolen item from his resturants......
on a side note...to make it alittle more hot and spicy, increase the mustard powder and black pepper to 1/4 cup each
I think that's it! Thanks a lot!
if not...here ya go;
2 tbsp ranch season mix1 tbsp iodized salt2 tbsp paprika1 tbsp black pepper1 tbsp sugar1 tbsp granulated garlicÂ½ tbsp cumin
and the rest;
1 tbsp chili powder1 tbsp MSG1 tbsp celery seed1 tbsp onion powder In a large mixing bowl whisk all spices together well. Cover and store in a cool dry area.
Hmm, OK, now I'm confused. which one.....
the recipe i posted is mike mills MAGIC dust..............str8 outta his book
ya got Magic Dust and Dixie Dust to choose from now.