Pork Rub for pulled pork
Father’s Day weekend our first product, Pork Rub – a seasoning pork rub for pulled pork, took its place on the shelf of our first retail partner, Today’s Outdoor Living
- a patio and grill store, in South Charlotte, owned by Ron and Carole Sackowitz.
Ron and Carole started their patio and grill store in 2010 and have built a strong following, separating themselves from the big box stores with high quality products, superior service and being a resource of sage advice to those that enjoy outdoor patio living.
Several years ago, when my wife Tammy and I were shopping to reduce the patio space taken up by our aging collection of one gas grill and two charcoal smokers, I saw a possible replacement on a visit to my dad’s house, a ceramic smoker/grill made by Big Green Egg. After returning to Charlotte, I looked up my closest Big Green Egg dealer that listed Ron and Carole’s store. We purchased one and over the years we have found our extra larger ceramic smoker/grill, a fire of hickory coals and our Pork Rub seasoning recipe are a winning combination. Seeing our Pork Rub on the shelf with other high quality patio and grill products Father’s Day weekend at Today’s Outdoor Living store was one of the best father’s day gifts ever. It was also great fun to serve samples of fire-roasted pork BBQ, smoked with our Pork Rub, and trade BBQ tips with customers as they shopped.
You can purchase our Pork Rub at: Today’s Outdoor Living 9815 Rea Road STE D Charlotte, NC 28277 OR Our Web Store
. If you would like to see our Pork Rub in your favorite BBQ supply store, ask the manager to carry our Pork Rub.
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