- May 6, 2019
- Reaction score
- Timberline 850
Nope! I’ve used it on its own and it’s great. I got turned on to the sucklebusters 1836 beef rub when I did a prime rib for Easter and I just love it. It’s got big black pepper corns in the mix and it’s just a good mix but coffee rub is great solo.Nice! I just ordered some Traeger coffee rub today. Does it really need to be mixed with something?
Nice! I see most recipes call to pull and wrap on 160. Any reason you wait until 165?
Agreed! It also happened to be the time I randomly rolled over and looked at my phone and got out of bed to check it lol160 is a guide. Every cut of meat hits the stall at a different temp. I find most hit the stall around 160 to 165 ish. It's not an exact science and you will know when it hits the stall.