Dec 252013
 

dizzy-pig-bbq-logoWhen I cook I love to use different seasonings ~ so I am always on the look out for something new.  I recently tried Dizzy Pig Seasonings. They have eleven original Dizzy Pig rubs.  They use fresh whole spices and grind them just before bottling.  Dizzy Pig seasonings are MSG- and Gluten-free with less salt than typical seasonings.IMG_1475  I got to try all 11 seasonings.

Let me tell you a bit about the ones I have tried already.

Raising the Steaks ~ this is great on steaks. It is a Canadian style BBQ rub and it does not over shine the food just enhances the flavor.

Pineapple Head ~ this has a sweet tropical rub. I like this on chicken but many people like it on fruit. It has a sweet taste with a bit of heat.

Shakin’ the Tree ~ this is a lemon pepper rub. This one I used on chicken and loved it – I think it would also be great on fish.

Dizzy Dust ~ this is a all purpose rub.  You can use it on anything.  One of my favorites.

There are a number of others I have not tried yet but look forward to using including:

  • Raging River Rub ~ good on poultry, pork and salmon
  • Jamaican Firewalk ~ Fiery Hot!
  • Tsunami Spin ~ Asian blend good for seafood and poultry
  • Red Eye Exress ~ Coffee infused rub
  • Swamp Venom ~ Hot Deep South BBQ

Don’t they all sound good?  If you have problem deciding what rub to get – you can order a sample pack and try them all.  I love how the rubs enhance the food I make.  If  you would like to purchase Dizzy Pig BBQ Rubs and Seasonings Rub you can do so HERE.  You can also find some great recipes. Stay connected with Dizzy Pig on Facebook.

Kaisy1

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