Memphis Belle (175g Pouch)

An authentic Tennessee barbecue rub to provide a Southern taste sensation
  • Memphis barbecue ribs are traditionally cooked and eaten dry with a barbecue sauce served as an accompaniment if wanted. For this reason, the meat needs to get all it’s seasoning from the rub. Here we have a classic dry rub that’s equally ideal with all types of beef and chicken. This would make a great gift for a keen pit master, an enthusiastic mum or a adventurous foodie.

    Superb with Beef and Chicken

    Try rubbing on ribs and slow cooking in the oven or barbecue
    Memphis Beef Brisket comes out pull-apart delicious

  • Ingredients:
    Paprika, Demerara Sugar, Sea Salt, Sugar, Mustard, Celery Seeds, Pepper, Onion, Garlic, Chipotle and Rice Flour

    Mustard, Celery Seeds

    The rub comes in an attractive 23cm by 16cm black mylar pouch containing 175g of rub. It's best used within 2 years of opening as long as it's kept in the pouch.

  • Memphis Ribs


    by Annie M March 06, 2018

    Memphis style ribs are normally cooked over a wood burning barbecue. That's a bit difficult here in the middle of winter. But fear not, here's the perfect recipe to create Memphis style ribs in your oven with the option of finishing on the barbecue if you wish.

    Pan-Fried Salmon with Lemon Braised Fennel and Dill


    by Annie M July 24, 2019

    For a quick lunch or supper, this salmon and fennel dish pack loads of flavour and is really easy to make.

    Beef Stroganoff


    by Annie M June 20, 2018

    A classic dish of Russian descent, this recipe marries strips of beef with sliced mushrooms in a smokey paprika rich sauce made from soured cream.

    Pulled Pork


    by Annie M June 22, 2018

    Pulled Pork is American BBQ at it's best, but is easy to do in an oven as well if you follow our simple recipe. This can store in the fridge afterwards, and seems to keep getting better for days.



    by Annie M July 02, 2018

    This dip is so easy to make and can be flavoured with many different rubs. For a more traditional houmous replace the rub with 1 tsp ground cumin.

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