I have to confess, I've never eaten BBQ in Texas. So when I read a "Taste of Texas" on the label on Fred Benardo's brisket rub I sort of have to take his word for it. Now I have had other brisket rubs from Texas and I have to say that this one stacks up pretty well.
I've develped a taste for a peppery rub on brisket and beef in general. I found Black Bart's Brisket Rub to suit my taste buds nicely. It's a nice blend of salt, pepper, and paprika, with just a hint of cayenne. When I'm not trying a new rub, I keep it pretty simple with just garlic salt and black pepepr for my beef. So the simplicity of this rub really hit the mark as far as I'm concerned. I've used it a couple of times and really enjoyed it.
If you'd like to give Tasty Licks rubs a try, head over to Tasty Licks BBQ Supply for their line of rubs and seasonings as wella s a variety of other BBQ related products.
If you happen to live in greater Shillington, PA area, tell The Smokin' Guitar Player that I sent you.