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Amazing! Looks incredible. What is your rub mix?

My rub mix is made as follows, produces about 1 cup of rub (enough to cover one 8 pound butt):

1/2 CUP BROWN SUGAR

1/4 CUP PAPRIKA (use a good quality, such as Spanish paprika)

1 TABLESPOON BLACK PEPPER

1 and 1/2 TABLESPOON Kosher SALT

1 TABLESPOON CUMIN POWDER

1 TABLESPOON GARLIC POWDER

1 TABLESPOON ONION POWDER

1/2 TEASPOON CAYENNE POWDER

1/2 TEASPOON CELERY SALT

1/2 TEASPOON CINNAMON

1/4 TEASPOON ALLSPICE

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