Like many Texans who are born and raised in cattle country, Stubb certainly knew his way around a good steak. This Texas Steakhouse marinade combines garlic and onions with chiles and spices to bring out the best in the meat.
When it came to Bar-B-Q, Stubb would say, “It all starts with a good rub.” Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Rub is the original rub, crafted by Stubb himself at his original Texas Bar-B-Q joint—a perfect blend of sea salt, paprika and black pepper.
Being Born in Texas, Stubb cooked a lot of beef and nothing pleased him more than seeing folks enjoy his cooking. This blend of soy, garlic and red pepper will make beef or any other meat come out tender, delicious and made right.
Stubb used to call chicken “bird,” and he certainly cooked plenty of it. We recommend you marinate your bird or any other meat in this blend of citrus, onion and garlic. So use generously and you too can say “Ladies and Gentleman, I’m a cook” …just like Stubb”
If you are looking for real Texas-style smoked meat flavor without firing up a smoker, you’ve come to the right bottle. Stubb’s Hickory Liquid Smoke will give your Bar-B-Q the sweet, smoked flavor or real hickory.
If you are looking for real Texas-style smoked meat flavor without firing up a smoker, you’ve come to the right bottle. Stubb’s Mesquite Liquid Smoke will give your Bar-B-Q the sweet, smoked flavor or real mesquite.
If you were ever lucky enough to watch Stubb hard at work tending to the meat on the pit, you’d likely have seen him with a short-handled mop in hand. Stubb would ‘mop’ the meat with this special basting sauce as it was cooking to keep it moist and tender. So use Stubb’s Moppin’ Sauce and you too can say “Ladies and Gentleman, I’m a cook” …just like Stubb!
When Stubb opened his original Texas Bar-B-Q joint in 1968 he served a plate of what he called “Love and Happiness.” Stubb smoked meat to perfection and made his sauces from scratch. Today his legacy lives on in the bottle you buy today. And if you’re ever in Austin, come visit Stubb’s Bar-B-Q joint for some great food, a cold one and live music!
Stubb loved to cook pork, or “pig” as he called it. This spicy blend of chiles, lime and ginger will give a kick to anything pig, from pork chops to tenderloin to ribs. It’s also great on other meats and fish. So use generously and you too can say “Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m a cook” …just like Stubb!
Stubb’s knew his way around the Bar-B-Q pit, but he was also at home in the kitchen. After all, that’s where the sauce was made. After friends encouraged Stubb to bottle his sauce to sell, he obliged, filling empty bourbon bottles and using Serrano peppers as stoppers. It’s no wonder people consider him a legend