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This is pretty much my go to, great on pretty much anything, especially red meat and pork. What’s yours?

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Hell most of the time I don't even salt or pepper my pork steaks anymore. Occasionally, I'll use the Desert Heat dry rub I got on sale.

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Lately, simple seasoning for my steaks has been fresh ground black pepper and the coarse ground version of Lawry's garlic salt


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Salt, pepper, thyme. Sitting on some thick pork chops right now. On the grill in a bit.
I like it to diffuse for hours, if not overnight.

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On pork chops I like garden variety Tony Chachere's, Prudhomme's Meat Magic or Prudhomme's Pork and Veal Magic.


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All I use i use on meat is kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper. Not a lot of either of those


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Chicago steak seasoning on red meat. Lemon pepper and Cavender's Greek on chicken.


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I often use this on just about any/everything. Great on beef, chicken, pork, fish.
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I can like Chachere's on about any meat. Another good one I've found for pork is Good [bleep]. It's a bit sweet; too sweet IMO for beef. For beef, I can like a Montreal Steak Seasoning.

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My favorite is Cavenders.

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Never seen it higz. I’m generally a S&P guy, especially on steaks. This one seems to be a good balance


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Originally Posted by Mannlicher
All I use i use on meat is kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper. Not a lot of either of those

That's been my preference for awhile now, but I used to like Perini Ranch rub for steaks (mixed at home). I still like store bought blackening seasoning for chicken and pork though.

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Originally Posted by Higginez
My favorite is Cavenders.

https://greekseasoning.com

I use a fair amount of the salt free stuff.

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Badia Complete Seasoning covers a lot of neutral ground.


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I've tried a lot of stuff, and I am convinced all you need on meat is salt, pepper, and garlic.

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Originally Posted by Judman
Never seen it higz. I’m generally a S&P guy, especially on steaks. This one seems to be a good balance

It's really good Jud.


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A few years ago my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. She had lived there for a few years and said we had to stop at the Spice House. I thought what's so great about a spice store? Well she had to drag me out of there an hour later. That place is fantastic! Recently placed an order and one of the items I got was this Italian Steak Seasoning. Absolutely the best on steaks.

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Originally Posted by Poot_Carr
A few years ago my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. She had lived there for a few years and said we had to stop at the Spice House. I thought what's so great about a spice store? Well she had to drag me out of there an hour later. That place is fantastic! Recently placed an order and one of the items I got was this Italian Steak Seasoning. Absolutely the best on steaks.

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Man, I’d give that a whirl.


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A good simple doesn't need any seasoning except for a little salt and pepper. A seasoning is supposed to taste like seasoning; it doesn't need fancy-assed rubs, seasonings, or sauces. (At least that is what I have learned from the 'fire's expert conizers every time the subject arises.)


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Originally Posted by 5sdad
A good simple doesn't need any seasoning except for a little salt and pepper. A seasoning is supposed to taste like seasoning; it doesn't need fancy-assed rubs, seasonings, or sauces. (At least that is what I have learned from the 'fire's expert conizers every time the subject arises.)

You statement is as clear as mud.


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Use a shaker of salt, pepper, and garlic.


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Originally Posted by 5sdad
A good simple doesn't need any seasoning except for a little salt and pepper. A seasoning is supposed to taste like seasoning; it doesn't need fancy-assed rubs, seasonings, or sauces. (At least that is what I have learned from the 'fire's expert conizers every time the subject arises.)

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Originally Posted by Poot_Carr
A few years ago my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. She had lived there for a few years and said we had to stop at the Spice House. I thought what's so great about a spice store? Well she had to drag me out of there an hour later. That place is fantastic! Recently placed an order and one of the items I got was this Italian Steak Seasoning. Absolutely the best on steaks.

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I just ordered some. Thanks for the recommendation

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Salt, Lowry's seasoned Pepper, and Durkee's Steak seasoning.


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Agoda everything seasoning.

Cavenders ( i know Mathman. Msg. )

Whatever brand Chicago seasoning.


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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Agoda everything seasoning.

Cavenders ( i know Mathman. Msg. )

Whatever brand Chicago seasoning.

I like Cavender's, it's just that some may need to be aware of it before diving in.


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My go to seasoning on pork chicken and beef is Head Country All Purpose, it's made in Oklahoma, got hooked on it when I lived there, now I have it shipped to me. It's not overpowering, has mostly common ingredients I suspect. I buy it in these 7 pound tubs, that way I have plenty to give away too.

https://www.amazon.com/Head-Country...hy=9017769&hvtargid=pla-823501824899

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Originally Posted by mathman
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Agoda everything seasoning.

Cavenders ( i know Mathman. Msg. )

Whatever brand Chicago seasoning.

I like Cavender's, it's just that some may need to be aware of it before diving in.

Salt Free Cavender's doesn't have the MSG, but I don't know if that blend tastes anything like the regular. I just bought the salt free stuff after reading about here.

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Originally Posted by Judman
Never seen it higz. I’m generally a S&P guy, especially on steaks. This one seems to be a good balance

Judman, Winco sells the Cavender's.

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Originally Posted by 5sdad
A good simple doesn't need any seasoning except for a little salt and pepper. A seasoning is supposed to taste like seasoning; it doesn't need fancy-assed rubs, seasonings, or sauces. (At least that is what I have learned from the 'fire's expert conizers every time the subject arises.)

I don't disagree completely, as I have gone more towards simple seasonings (salt and pepper) lately. However, a bit of corn starch or even flour can create an incredible crust on a steak. I haven't found any spices or salt that can create that crust.

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1 vote here for Everglades Seasoning, great on BBQ'ed Chicken, pork and fish.

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I use Tony Chacheres More Spice less salt or Cavendars or a combination of the two.

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Originally Posted by 4th_point
Originally Posted by Judman
Never seen it higz. I’m generally a S&P guy, especially on steaks. This one seems to be a good balance

Judman, Winco sells the Cavender's.

Copy next time I got Olympia or Longview I’ll grab some👍


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Originally Posted by Mossy
Originally Posted by Poot_Carr
A few years ago my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. She had lived there for a few years and said we had to stop at the Spice House. I thought what's so great about a spice store? Well she had to drag me out of there an hour later. That place is fantastic! Recently placed an order and one of the items I got was this Italian Steak Seasoning. Absolutely the best on steaks.

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I just ordered some. Thanks for the recommendation

I just ordered some also...

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2 Tbsp table salt and a bottle of good-tasting drinking water is my favorite "simple" seasoning. Works damn great on chuck roast.

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Originally Posted by Higginez
My favorite is Cavenders.

https://greekseasoning.com

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Originally Posted by Mossy
Originally Posted by Poot_Carr
A few years ago my wife and I took a trip to Chicago. She had lived there for a few years and said we had to stop at the Spice House. I thought what's so great about a spice store? Well she had to drag me out of there an hour later. That place is fantastic! Recently placed an order and one of the items I got was this Italian Steak Seasoning. Absolutely the best on steaks.

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I just ordered some. Thanks for the recommendation

The flat pack with free shipping showed up last week. I grabbed a couple New York steaks on my way home from work this afternoon. Drizzled some EVOO and then hit the steaks aggressively with the seasoning. Grilled to medium rare. I was definitely impressed with the seasoning. I’ll be ordering more for sure

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Originally Posted by Mossy
The flat pack with free shipping showed up last week. I grabbed a couple New York steaks on my way home from work this afternoon. Drizzled some EVOO and then hit the steaks aggressively with the seasoning. Grilled to medium rare. I was definitely impressed with the seasoning. I’ll be ordering more for sure
Glad to hear you liked it. I've never ordered anything from there I was disappointed with

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Originally Posted by 4th_point
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Never seen it higz. I’m generally a S&P guy, especially on steaks. This one seems to be a good balance

Judman, Winco sells the Cavender's.

Brother, Albertsons and Wally world has it here. Safeway maybe too.


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