Rubs for Beef and Pork Ribs

Hunter’s Texas Seasoning:

This quintessential blend combines savory salt and pepper with the subtle smokiness of Whiskey Barrel, creating a symphony of flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. With dazzling notes of aromatic garlic and a whisper of cane spice, our Texas Seasoning adds depth and complexity to every dish it touches.

Hunter’s Smoked Rub:

Smoked Rub features a harmonious mingling of molasses and brown sugar, perfectly balanced with the smoky goodness of sweet hickory. A touch of cayenne adds a subtle spicy kick, while aromatic spices dance on the palate, creating a symphony of flavor that delights the senses.

Best Rub for Smoked BBQ Ribs for Beef and Pork:

While our Texas Seasoning is perfect for enhancing the flavors of beef and pork ribs, it also tastes amazing for steak, briskets, burgers, pork chops, tacos, chicken and potatoes. Infused with the rich flavors of the Southwest, our seasoning transforms ordinary lunch and dinner into a culinary masterpiece, adding a bold and smoky flavor that will have your guests coming back for more.

Smoked Beef and Pork BBQ Ribs

Texas Seasoning on BBQ Beef Ribs


- 1 rack of 3 inch beef ribs
- 6 tablespoons of Hunter’s Texas Seasoning
- Hunter’s Mid-West Cowboy Sauce (Optional)


    1. Preheat your grill to medium heat (around 300-325°F or 150-160°C). You can also use a smoker if you prefer.
    2. Season the beef ribs generously on both sides with Hunter’s Texas Seasoning.
    3. Place the ribs on the grill, bone side down. Close the lid and let them cook for about 2 hours
    4. Take the ribs and wrap them tightly in aluminum foil covering both sides with Hunter’s Mid-West Cowboy or your favorite BBQ Sauce for 1 to 1.5 hours until the bones on the ribs are sticking out at least ¼ to ½ inch from the meat.
    5. Unwrap the Beef Ribs and place them back on the grill; about 30 minutes before the ribs are done, start basting them with Hunter’s Mid-West Cowboy or your favorite BBQ sauce, flipping and basting every 10 minutes or so until they are nicely glazed and caramelized.
    6. Once the ribs are done, remove them from the grill and wrap them again in aluminum foil and let them rest at least 30 minutes before serving.
    7. Serve the BBQ beef ribs and Enjoy!

    Smoked Rub and Texas Seasoning on BBQ Pork Ribs

    3 Quicks Tips for BBQing

    1. Keep the lid closed: Resist the temptation to open the grill too often. Every time you open the lid, you let out heat and smoke, which can affect the cooking process.

    2.Keep the ribs moist:Every hour of cooking to spray/midst the ribs with water or baste them with BBQ sauce. This prevents burning and allows the sauce to caramelize without becoming too sticky.

    3. Use a thermometer:To ensure the ribs are cooked to perfection, use a meat thermometer to check for doneness. The internal temperature should reach around 195°F (90°C).

    4. Let them rest:After removing the ribs from the grill, let them rest for 10-15 minutes before slicing. This allows the juices to redistribute, resulting in juicier meat.


    Must Have Products:

    Texas Seasoning (4.5 ounces)


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    Smoked Rub (4.5 ounces)


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    Beef & BBQ Pack


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