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Old Quebec Butcher's Rub

Quebec is beloved for maple syrup, poutine, and, among insiders, its beef. Be it smoked brisket at a Montreal deli or a slow roast cooked outside on a snowy day, you can almost taste it as you cross the border. This rub is tangy, peppery, and garlicky, with a touch of cracked coriander.

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The simple yet gratifying flavors of Quebec Beef Spice make it one of our best blends for beef or pork and pairs well with chicken or turkey, too. This blend closely resembles one more commonly known as Montreal Seasoning. One of our favorite grilling dishes is New York strip steaks marinated in red wine with a heavy coating of this blend -- just soak the steaks for half an hour before grilling...delicious! Mixed in small batches from coarse salt, cracked black Tellicherry pepper, sugar, minced garlic, white pepper, and cracked coriander seed.

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Reviewed by Karin
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Fabulous

This is a great rub for any beef in my opinion. I’ve used it on a rib roast and it was fabulous. Last night I experimented and made a little marinade for a London broil...and then added a bit more rub to the LB after taking it out of the marinade before I put it on the grill. Oh my gosh!! My family went crazy for it!

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Reviewed by Ruth R.
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Perfect for a long, slow roast

Great stuff on beef short ribs or a long, slow roast.

Could be considered a little too harsh on steaks.

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