Our Milwaukee Avenue Smokehouse Rub is smoky, sweet, and replete with marjoram, garlic, black pepper, and paprika. Apply it Chicago-style that is to say, liberally to burgers, steaks, chops, and jerky. Don t tell your Polish babcia, but it is also great on tofu and veggie burgers.
The dining room of Chicago's fabled Hotel Florence inspired this classic pork rub. In the heydey of the railways, it was a splurge to finish work at the Pullman factory and feast on a double-cut chop at the majestic hotel across the street. Our smoky, peppery Pullman Smokehouse Pork Rub will dress up any chop.
A Spice House manager created this sumptuous blend as a parting gift for guests at his barbecue-inspired wedding. It is sweet and tangy with a peppery bite, perfect for slow-smoked brisket. Use this blend to add some kick to your Shabbat dinner, corned beef, or homemade pastrami.
For centuries, communities around the Northern hemisphere have communally hung meats for curing and smoking. Since few among us have access to a smokehouse, the Old Virginia Smokehouse Seasoning delivers the richness of hickory to chops, ribs, or barbecued steaks. The smoke flavor thrives alongside green herbs, sugar, and peppery heat.
Gave this collection as a gift to my son who grills and smokes food. Have gotten rave reviews loves all the blends says was a great pick