Captain Rodney's Boucaneer Peach Barbecue Rub
Centuries ago, in the Caribbean, pirates developed a way of preserving wild boar for their long sea voyages, seasoning the meat with wines and spices, while slowly cooking over allspice wood. The result was a delicious meat they called “Boucan.” These pirates were called boucan-neers, or as we know them today, “buccaneers.” Captain Rodney's rubs capture the spirit of the boucan-neers in a great tasting, easy-to-use form. The Boucaneer’s Peach Barbeque Rub takes a southern approach to traditional barbecue rub. Sweet and spicy with a delightful fruit flavor.
7 oz. glass jar
A note from the captain: For over 20 years, I criss-crossed the Caribbean in search of a pirate’s treasure. What I found instead were some of the most amazing flavours imaginable, and now I share them with the world. On my return to the States, I set out to combine these tastes into a collection of unique recipes that capture the true flavour of the islands. Authentic tastes of the Caribbean, made using my exacting all-natural recipes, in small, open-pot batches, to ensure the best quality. Only the finest will do for the Captain’s table, so I use pure cane sugar instead of corn syrup, locally grown fresh produce and the best spices and peppers of the Caribbean. Our very best, for your table, you have my word on it.