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    Your favorite meat seasoning?

    When I lived in Iowa, I fell in love with steak and ribs. Unbelievably good beef and pork out there. A friend of a friend started his own company making seasonings that are incredibly good.

    His company is called Corky's Cookout. Never met the owner, but I have used his seasoning since 2005.

    I've used Famous Dave's seasoning, and Lowry's, and other popular seasonings I've found in the store, and nothing is as good as Corky's. Just got in another couple of year's worth plus a jar of glaze they gave me for free. Order was $28 delivered. Totally worth it!

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    What's your favorite seasoning?
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    Except the 'el cheapos' that seem to be about 90% salt, I haven't really found any I didn't like.
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    I've used this as an all purpose seasoning on fish, game and all things that need a little spicing up. It's hot enough for my tastes without the red pepper flakes. I make it x10 and always keep it handy.
    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/14...jun-spice-mix/
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    Humm I really like salt and black pepper myself for most meats
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    Ditto. Maybe a little garlic, too.
    Quote Originally Posted by SSGOldfart View Post
    Humm I really like salt and black pepper myself for most meats

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSGOldfart View Post
    Humm I really like salt and black pepper myself for most meats
    Anything grilled,baked or fried that's all I do. If I'm gonna smoke it that's a whole other deal.

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    You guys don't know what you're missing. I used nothing but salt and pepper for years, and lots of steak sauce. Then I discovered actual good beef, and use a little seasoning and butter, and no sauce.

    Ribs without seasoning or barbecue sauce is illegal in most states.
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    My wife only uses a little home made butter on a very rare steak??
    Me I want my meat cooked with salt and pepper.
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    Grass fed beef, garlic salt, fresh ground back pepper. When served some juicy jalapeno salsa for steak sauce.

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    Lea & Perrin ain't gonna spell it but great on just about all meats. Frank

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    garlic powder, seasoned salt and lemon pepper in near equal amounts...… works on everything. I do tweak it with the wife's homegrown herbs depending on the type of meat.
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    My wife only uses a little home made butter on a very rare steak??
    Me I want my meat cooked with salt and pepper.
    Just the opposite for me, I want only a little butter and water, cooked? till just barely cooked and still bleeding. She wants meats cooked till you don't have enough teeth.

    If the steak is done right, I don't need anything to season.
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    Most meat except chicken and Fish I use Slap Ya Mama either Yellow Label (milder) or Red Label (scorch yer tongue ) Also use it on other foods as well Like any kind of eggs, in Spaghetti etc...

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    Hawaiian salt and pepper.
    None better.

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    When I bought my Pit Boss pellet grill I looked up their recipes and "had" to but a bunch of their rubs.
    With the other seasonings I already had, I am seasoning poor at this point.
    I have yet to try some of them.
    Experimenting with flavors is fun.
    Hopefully in time I will settle on just a few favorites...dale

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    Your favorite meat seasoning?

    We used to cut deer hams into 1” cubes and flour and fry them until done, then sprinkle some garlic salt and pepper on them as soon they were taken out of the pan and drained on paper towels. Works on fried pork chunks and catfish nuggets, too.
    Salt and pepper only for grilled beef steaks or pork chops. I prefer a dry rub for roasts and smoked pork butts, I tried Traeger’s rub and it was very good. I make my own rub out of whatever spices start collecting in and crowding the kitchen cabinets.

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    Cavenders is pretty good on pork chops.

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