From the 20's to 40's, Bronzeville was home to a diverse mix of African-American people, with 47th street as the magnificent mile of Chicago's black community. Many residents of the vibrant community were transplants from the south who brought their family recipes for Southern-style baby back ribs with them. Bronzeville Rib Rub reflects their delicious recipes.
Use 1 teaspoon of the rub per pound of meat. Shake on before cooking, and again at the end to replace any of the seasoning that cooked off. In addition to making wonderful ribs, Bronzeville rib rub is great on pork roasts, chicken, chops and duck. To make a spicy barbecue sauce, mix 1 tablespoon. seasoning per 1 cup ketchup or tomato sauce. Hand mixed from: Kosher salt, sugar, black pepper, paprika, nutmeg, sage, and crushed peppers. Sodium content: 764.26 mg per teaspoon; 22.02% sodium