Fords Gourmet Foods Bone Suckin’ Sauce All Purpose Rub, 5.8oz

Fords Gourmet Foods Bone Suckin’ Sauce All Purpose Rub, 5.8oz

Product Description
You will wonder how you ever lived without it! Bone Suckin” Original Seasoning & Rub is a proprietary blend of brown sugar, paprika, garlic and spices that is perfect for marinating and BBQ – even popcorn and salads. Great on Ribs, Pork, Beef, Chicken, Seafood, Venison, Beans, Pasta, Vegetables, Steaks… just about anything. 6.2oz.

Price: $6.86

  • Pack of 5.8 ounces
  • Wonderful on everything including ribs – pork & beef, chicken, seafood, steaks and more
  • Sprinkle in your salad for an exciting treat
  • No MSG; Certified Kosher

3 thoughts on “Fords Gourmet Foods Bone Suckin’ Sauce All Purpose Rub, 5.8oz”

  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Enough, April 10, 2017

    By Bruce

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    I’ve been making my own dry rubs but after checking into a number of what are considered to be top of the line commercial rubs based on reviews (I’m not a purist that has to make his own to satisfy my ego if I can find a decent one that does the job) this for me is the best out of the group. I use a milk-based marinade to hydrate and finish off with this rub for most meats. McCormick’s spice rub for pork and the Killer Hogs is decent but this one is the best overall for my palate. Even for my own rubs and all of the experimenting I’ve done with both my own and commercial rubs I’ve still had issues with bitterness/sourness/sweetness/heat and overall balance of spices. This one I can I can use as a base and tweak when necessary without second guessing myself and worrying that I have all the spices I need that are fresh enough to use. When I started looking at 10 or 15 spices I had lined up in a row to put together in various combinations I decided I had enough. For anyone suggesting I am lazy, I grind my own coffee beans every morning with a conical burr grinder as that is necessary to have the best coffee but this just got to be too much the more I got into it. Everyone has different ideas as to what tastes good and I’ve found most I have tried (and I have tried many) have been unimpressive despite others swearing to them. Although I know that I wanted more than simply salt and pepper on my meats, it just became an issue for me playing Russian roulette with spice combinations that have not worked well enough to invest the time and money necessary. This one works, which is good enough for me.

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is one of our families favorite seasonings. We are avid smokers and do most …, October 5, 2016

    By Seth Larson

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    This is one of our families favorite seasonings. We are avid smokers and do most of our cooking out doors and no meal is complete without Bone Suckin Sauce seasonings. It’s that perfect punch that will really make your barbecue pop. We use it mostly on pork butts. It’s hearty enough to stick and penetrate a nice large roast and really enhance that smoky flavor. Our pantry is never without this stuff. It’s great on baked potatoes too!

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    honey and Sweet Baby Ray sauce on the ribs when I foiled …, December 5, 2016

    By Ccryder

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    This review is from: Fords Gourmet Foods Bone Suckin’ Sauce All Purpose Rub, 5.8oz (Misc.)

    I recently used these on my Webber Smokey Mountain 22″ with a pack of Saint Louis Ribs from Costco using the 3-2-1 method. I used hickory and apple wood. I rubbed them with Bone Sucking sauce for the smoke. Then, I put brown sugar, honey and Sweet Baby Ray sauce on the ribs when I foiled them and they were Bone-Sucking good. Everyone was happy with my BBQ.

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