Chicago Fire BBQ Rub
According to legend, in October 1871, a fire that started in the O'Leary barn burned down most of Chicago. Because wildfires started at the same time around Lake Michigan, astronomers now believe the destruction was caused by the break-up of a comet. The Spice House packed all that heat into this tangy, complex barbecue rub that's truly ideal for ribs.
While barbecue may be a southern tradition, Chicago has its fair share of pitmasters and fanatics. This robust blend makes for exceptional smoked ribs, pork shoulder, and chicken. Use three tablespoons of this barbecue rub for every pound of meat. For best results, coat meat in yellow mustard before applying the spice rub.
Ingredients: Spices, paprika, garlic, Maldon sea salt, onion, kosher salt.
2.5 oz. jar.