Meat seasoning.

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  1. Winchester 1897

    Winchester 1897 Elite Refuge Member

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    Cow Camp seasoning on just about everything.
     
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  2. Fowler267

    Fowler267 Elite Refuge Member

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    McCormick makes the best garlic Salt! I use it along with pepper on damn near everything!
     
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    JJVizinat Senior Refuge Member

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    “Slap Ya Momma”

    It’s out of Ville Platte, LA. Not to salty like Tony’s. I’ll usually always go w that then add a lil something else depending on the meat I’m cooking or how I’m cooking it.
     
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    I’m a big fan of Cavender’s and Tony’s.
     
  5. callinfowl

    callinfowl Calling forum Moderator

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    S&P, fresh garlic, fresh rosmary, and butter 90% of the time on beef, maybe add a little fresh lemon on fowl or fish.
     
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  6. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I use Kosher salt & fresh ground black pepper on beef. Famous Dave’s Rub for ribs, FD’s rub for chicken and Tony Cachere’s/Slap your Momma on most anything else. Of course Garlic salt is used when the mood strikes me! I also use Cayenne pepper, too!
     
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  7. callinfowl

    callinfowl Calling forum Moderator

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    Have you ever tried Calabrian dried peppers? I use them on everything from pizza, taco's to eggs.
    They are hot but not crazy hot. I buy them whole by the pound already dried, then I'll crush enough to fill about 3/4 of a quart Ball jar add 1 tsp sea salt and sugar, vinegar, and top it off with olive oil toss it in the micro for 80 seconds and it's ready to use. A bottle stays on our dinner table year round, like I said I use it on everything, the flavor blows away Tabasco or TX Pete. :tu:tu:tu
     
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  8. J.Bennett

    J.Bennett Elite Refuge Member

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    This right here... Usually leave out the rosemary on beef, but use it on lamb and pork, and I sub out the pepper with lemon pepper on chicken. Let a pat of butter melt over the top when it comes off the grill...
     
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  9. Mean Gene

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    It's impossible to put to much garlic on meat, and it's a sin to leave it off entirely.
     
  10. Out of focus

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    Cajun power garlic sauce. Pour a bottle over a couple of T- bones and put in the fridge overnight then grill. Can't get enough.
     

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