Stubb’s BBQ $150 Prize Pack Giveaway

Posted on Jun 12 2015 - 10:26pm by Susan Bewley

Now that the warmer weather is upon us, it’s prime time to get out and barbecue. Rocky Stubblefield, Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q brand ambassador and grandson of founder C.B. “Stubb” Stubblefield, offers a few tips and recipes he’s picked up over the years to make you the grilling hero of any barbecue, family gathering or even weeknight dinner. Stubb’s is the maker of authentic, premium, BBQ sauces, rubs and marinades and was founded by C.B. “Stubb” Stubblefield in 1968.

Stubb didn’t just make barbecue, he made friends, serving up his slow-smoked brisket, cole slaw and beans, all with his wide, trademark smile at his restaurant in Lubbock, Texas. It was during this time that Stubb first began bottling his now famous sauces at the request of his friends.

Rocky’s Grilling Tips

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Today, Stubb’s heritage lives on in his legendary sauces, marinades and rubs, continuing to make people feel good all over the world.

  • Use indirect cooking for larger meats (indirect is cooking away from the fire), and direct cooking for smaller meats (direct is cooking over the fire).
  • When marinating, beef chicken and pork can be marinated up to two days in a refrigerator. You should only marinate seafood for a few hours.
  • When using charcoal, allow coals to ash over before adding meat to the grill.
  • When cooking burgers, make a thumbprint in the middle of the patty before putting it on the grill. This will help the patty come out nice and flat (not puffy in the middle) and the meat will be cooked evenly throughout.

 

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Stubb’s Toasted Pecan Burger

 

  • Soak vegetables in cold water before grilling – it keeps them from burning or drying out too fast.
  • For a juicier steak, let your meat rest for at least 10 minutes after it is done to allow the juices that were forced into the center of the meat when cooking to distribute throughout the steak.

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Grilled Ribeye Steak, Stubb-Style

  • Don’t cook ribs ‘til they are falling off the bone – ribs should be grilled until they begin to pull away from the bone, but you should be able to bite into and leave a bite mark as you eat it off the bone. Overcooked ribs become dried out and less flavorful – even a little bit mushy.

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Sweet Baby Back Ribs

Clean grill after every use. You can use a ball of foil or an onion – just cut the onion in half, and while the grill is heating up, rubs the onion across it. The juices from the onion clean the grill and get it ready for use.

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Now for the fun part! Head below for your chance to enter the giveaway below to win a personalized grilling set, Stubb’s branded spatula Stubb’s heavy duty, hand-carved cedar wood cutting board, Stubb’s hat, bag, T-shirt and $30 in Stubb’s coupons this fantastic set is worth $150! Perfect for making your Fourth of July celebration Legendary!! Giveaway is open to US Resident only and ends on 6/26 at 11:59pm EST.

 

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8 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Jamie Gill June 13, 2015 at 7:18 am - Reply

    I love BBQ ribs. Yum!

  2. Stephanie June 13, 2015 at 12:09 pm - Reply

    My favorite BBQ dish are ribs slow cooked with homemade sauce!

  3. Rachel Mauffray June 13, 2015 at 2:16 pm - Reply

    I love a dry rub BBQ pork loin that pulls apart when it’s done.

  4. Tina Eiser June 13, 2015 at 2:37 pm - Reply

    My favorite is BBQ Ribs!

  5. Rainbow Jellison June 21, 2015 at 6:48 pm - Reply

    I love all barbeque. It’s all delicious. Burgers, ribs, pork, fish, chicken. It’s all my favorite!!!

  6. brook weber June 22, 2015 at 2:43 pm - Reply

    I love a big slab of ribs on the grill with some great sauce.

  7. sandra June 23, 2015 at 1:07 pm - Reply

    I love bbq baby back ribs as well as bbq pulled pork (Carolina style)

  8. Jerry Marquardt June 26, 2015 at 2:23 am - Reply

    My favorite barbecue dish is Barbecue Ribs with sauce.

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