Smoking can be quite addictive. So much so that I decided to add a touch of smokiness to my chicken wings last weekend. It only takes about 45 minutes of time on the grill to achieve serious smokiness, and you’ll be smacking your lips in satisfaction.
I’ve been hearing about Draper’s BBQ Rub and Sauce for a while through some of my bbq blogger friends and this was the perfect chance to give their sauce a test drive.
Drapers Rub and Sauce can be used together or separately. The rub and sauce stand on their own, but together, they complement each other and create a unique, zesty flavor combination.
Rub- mild with a slight kick, not overwhelmingly spicy or salty, sweet with a hint of paprika
Sauce- this sauce defies definition of “regional sauce”. Its not KC, Carolina or even Memphis style. It’s peppery, thick but not overly so and rich without being overly sweet. Consider this a “sauce of the people” that defies categorization and will multitask and please an array of picky BBQ preferences.