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John Henry's East Texas BBQ Sauce & Rubs
John Henry has over 60 years experience in the BBQ sauce and meat rub development. East Texas flavor was what he had in mind when he created his award winning barbeque sauce, spices and rubs. From our personal favorite, the Pecan Rub to Sugarfoot, Apple Chipotle, Hickory, Cherry, Texas Chicken, Mesquite, Honey Raspberry, Mojave Garlic and everything else, there is bound to be a rub that suits your taste. Over 50 rubs, sauces and marinades to chose from.
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Marinades are flavor-infusing liquids best suited for tougher cuts of meat and game. In addition to herbs, condiments, spices, and oils, marinades typically include an acid, like lemon or lime juice, wine or vinegar.
Adding sweet ingredients to the marinade can help form appealing caramelized, crispy coatings on grilled meats. Always marinate in the refrigerator. And remember, if you're basting with a liquid in which raw meat marinated, do not apply it during the last three minutes of grilling.
Rubs are seasoning mixtures rubbed on meats before grilling to add spicy or smoky flavors. The best rubs enhance the flavor of the meat without being overbearing and are often blends of strong and mild spices and herbs. When oil or another wet substance is included, it is called a wet rub. A little moisture helps the rub adhere to the meat.
Rubs are an easy way to infuse your grilled meats with exciting ethnic flavors--from Cajun to Korean. Some of the milder rubs are great for vegetables – lightly baste with a little oil to help the rub adhere and sprinkle with the rub; sweeter rubs can add an exciting flavor to fresh fruits too. With rubs for grilled meat, poultry, or fish, you get vibrant flavor pronto.
Setting aside rubbed meats for anywhere from 30 minutes to overnight allows the spices to permeate the meat. At its most basic, a rub is a collection of herbs, spices, and seasonings. It's a simple way to enhance flavor and give food great flavor...
A sauce often defines great grilling. For a superior grilled flavor and to get the most mileage from a grilling sauce, add during the last 10-15 minutes of grilling. Grilled foods may be placed in covered warming pans with sauce and allowed to simmer until serving- to keep foods from drying, cover the pan and keep heat at a very low temperature
"Shigs in Pit" offers Sauces and Rubs - Mild or Spicy are used by the Shigs Competition BBQ Team, made to their exacting requirements. Get your "Shig" on and get grillin'! We love the Spicy
Marinades, Sauces & Rubs: St Louis
"Hogs'n Heat" a local favorite - award winning rubs and sauces - You gotta give it a try!! Just the right mix of heat and sweet!