This is a simple yet classic seasoning that enhances a variety of cuisines. It is an excellent rub for beefsteaks and roasts or sprinkled on poultry and fish dishes. It’s versatility is also evident when used as a seasoning for greens, vegetables or salad dressings. We especially like it on our prime rib, steaks, burgers and pork chops.
To make a flavorful seasoning crust for prime rib, simply rinse your roast and use this seasoning as a rub (2-3 teaspoons per pound). As with all rubs you want to add evenly to all sides the meat. Don’t be afraid to work it into the meat with your hands and then refrigerate for about an hour before cooking. Take the meat drippings and make a tasty gravy by adding water and your favorite thickener.
Hand blended from black pepper, white pepper, cloves, salt, bay leaf, allspice, cinnamon, nutmeg and celery seed.