"Meathead's Amazing" Seasonings & Sauce Bundle
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This bundle makes it easy for you to purchase all three of the "Meathead's Amazing" Seasonings & Dry Brines plus the "Meathead's Amazing" 'Good Enough to Drink' KC BBQ Sauce. For more information, click here.
This package includes 4 bottles:
- (1) "Meathead's Amazing" Smoked Pork Seasoning & Dry Brine - Based on Meathead’s Memphis Dust but with a smokey twist, this pork seasoning and dry brine is not only great on pork, it works well with chicken, salmon, vegetables, and even popcorn!
(1) "Meathead's Amazing" Smoked Red Meat Seasoning & Dry Brine – A variation of Meathead’s Cow Crust, this smokey rub takes steaks and other red meat to a whole other level of flavor.
- (1) "Meathead's Amazing" Tuscan Herb Poultry Seasoning & Dry Brine - Based on Meathead’s Simon & Garfunkel Rub, this herb-based rub features parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme and other ingredients, all working in unison to create unparalleled flavor. While it is designed for poultry, it also works well with pork, veal, seafood, vegetables, and so much more.
- (1) "Meathead's Amazing" 'Good Enough to Drink' KC BBQ Sauce - Based on AmazingRibs.com’s “KC Classic” recipe, this sauce has a secret natural flavor not in the original recipe. See if you can guess it! Use it on pork, poultry, meatballs, potatoes, banked beans, meatloaf, and much, much more. It’s mild enough for kids, or add a splash of your favorite hot sauce for a kick.
- grocery store
- bbq sauce
- products homemade
- sous vide
- poultry mix
So I have been using these products homemade from Meatheads recipes. His, however go a step further except for his bbq sauce…that is totally his and is wonderful !
Generous sized spice mixes
I bought the poultry and red meat spice mixes because I have had success with Meathead's recipes. I was surprised to open the box and find out that the containers are about 3 times the size of the glass bottle spices you buy at the grocery store. I was even more pleased when I used them to sous vide and grill meat. (I put about half the spice on before 'sous vide'ing', and half on before searing on the grill). I particularly like the poultry mix.
Tasted one of the spice mixes and ordered a whole set for my son. Bob