Marinades and shaken spices are nice, but why not go the direct route: rubbing flavor directly into your meat.
This season salt is good on most anything you'd like to spice up. I use it in most of my recipes.
A quick and easy way to satisfy everybody!!! Grade A.
A simple blend to sprinkle on beef, chicken, pork, fish or vegetables before grilling, roasting or barbecuing that really adds a lot of flavour. If you like it spicy, add cayenne or chipotle powder to taste.
This is a universal spice blend I've developed. It can be used on just about anything to add or enhance flavor, like sprinkled on steamed vegetables or as a rub for meat.
This seasoning is what that special dish needs. It gives whatever you're cooking, whether it's burgers, steaks or any other dish, an extra zest of flavor. A little "Magic Dust" goes a long way.
A killer Cajun/Creole seasoning that goes well on steak, chicken, fish, veggies, you name it... Best when cooked over white hot coals outside, as this mixture can generate a lot of smoke.
Grady calls supper at Perini Ranch Steakhouse in Texas "one of life's great pleasures." Here he's adapted their brisket recipe so you can make it at home in the oven.
Stick this chicken on a spit and spin; but not before you've rubbed it with a chili-cocoa mix.
Eggplant doesn't look like much, but it can serve to deliver some delicious tastes. In this case, cajun seasoning is the star.
A new take on a old favorite. I came up with these for a camping trip and when I was grilling them about a hundred people came by to ask what smelled so good.
These three ingredients are the LeBron/Wade/Bosh of the rub world.
Try this simple rub, you'll be surprised how much it improves your grilled meats. Just like we were all surprised at how much Marcus Camby helped the Knicks.
You haven't tasted ketchup until you've tasted *homemade* ketchup! At about 1/3 the cost of the brand names (you wouldn't actually even think of using a generic brand, would you?!), there is no reason why you or your family or crew should suffer through life without this stuff! It keeps well in the 'fridge for a few weeks, but rarely is still around by then! This recipe makes enough to about fill an emptied (and washed out!) 32 ounce squeeze bottle from the store-bought stuff.
After slowly cooking on the grill for an hour, these spiced ribs are brushed with a beer infused bbq sauce!
The perfect breakfast steak. Coffee, protein, a little bit of spice. All you need is the weather report.
Like Pierce, Allen and Garnett, a perfect threesome: Smoke from steak seasoning, heat from chili powder, and that indescribable but amazing coffee flavor.
The coffee plant was once guarded as closely as we now guard gold. One taste of this steak and you'll know why.
A simple rub with some great flavors. Get your steak on the grill fast.
The rub for this steak delivers flavor and a classic steak color to the patio table.
A very simple seasoning for a terrific cut of meat.