When you think of classic barbecue, you think of barbecued chicken, ribs, pork butt, sausage, and brisket. Crossroads was designed to add a perfectly balanced true southern bbq flavor to anything cooked on the smoker or grill. Already known for unique, creative and complex yet balanced flavors, Dizzy Pig has done it again with this return to traditional American BBQ. A 2016 release, we’ve received many complements about the true authentic roots of this delicious rub.
Slightly sweet, earthy, round and delicious, Crossroads is ideal for chicken, ribs, pork shoulder and Boston butt. It combines chilies with classic BBQ spices for an enhanced flavor profile that lets natural meaty tastes shine through. We’ve heard this rub reminds people of the finest barbecue they’ve ever put in their mouth, which we take as a high praise. And let’s not lie, we agree with completely.
Best ever? Could be.
Van Kelley –
Just received my order of Crossroads rub. And using the old “wet finger test” I believe it’s the best rub I have ever tasted! Putting it on some chicken tonight and can’t wait for wifes reaction because chicken is her favorite food to smoke. I think you have guys have hit the jackpot with this rub! Thanks! Van Kelley Alabama ROLL TIDE
Far and away my favorite seasoning here. Works great on the white meats, and really makes burgers come alive!
Very balanced seasoning
Brian Hinkle –
Crossroads is a really very balanced seasoning. Texas BBQ is more peppery and Southern BBQ is sweeter. Crossroads embodies both. We used it on Baby Back Ribs on the Big Green Egg. Great combination for pork especially ribs. Great color and again, very balanced flavor profile.
Incredible BBQ flavor
Zack Zaharko –
Right amount of salt. Just an incredible BBQ flavor and right amount of spice (not too much & not mild). Side-note, I’m from Memphis so I can be very judgmental when it comes to BBQ and you guys knocked it out of the park.
Brings back memories
David P. Hanson –
The flavor is very balanced with pleasant heat that lingers in a pleasant way, not harsh – makes you want more. That is a measure of a good BBQ rub with heat – you just want more and more. The more I taste the more I want. Good Job. Did several tastes and each one brings memories of BBQ I’ve had throughout the south in NC, SC, FL, KY, TN.