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I use this on all the things




Haven't been using this one long, but I love it. Wanna try out some more Badia spices




and while I usually make my own marinades, this is Stubbs household.

1/12/2014 3:39:52 PM

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started using this recently. really like it. not too much salt.


this is awesome on pork chops, pork tenderloin, etc.


plowboy's yardbird is good on anything, but you have to be careful cause it's easy to get too salty with it.


Cavender's is awesome. good on beef, chicken, pork. my favorite seasoning for deer. cubed deer steak saute'd or grilled, backstrap on the grill.


Tony Chachere's is really good if you want a little more heat. i like it on chicken and grilled fish.

1/12/2014 3:54:35 PM

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Ohhh I forgot about Cavenders, love that stuff.

1/12/2014 4:32:49 PM

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1/12/2014 6:28:21 PM

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Doesn't Cavenders prominently list MSG as a main ingredient? Does taste great, though.

Second the Stubbs and Chachere's.

My home dry rub is pretty much an even mixture of onion powder / garlic powder / black pepper. I actually mix it and keep it in its own shaker because it goes on almost everything unless I'm going cajun. I really don't like to salt my foods very much because people differ so much on their tolerance range for salt.

this stuff is an old staple. poultry magic is better than all the others and tastes better on beef than the beef blend.



this whole line



and as I learned from another TWWer



great marinade but also this is seriously the best salad dressing I've ever had, especially for field greens. I eat a salad a day and never get sick of this.

[Edited on January 12, 2014 at 7:24 PM. Reason : spelling]

1/12/2014 7:17:52 PM

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This probably isn't exactly what you meant by marinade, but I love this chicken recipe
http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2012/01/buttermilk-roast-chicken/

1/12/2014 7:40:17 PM

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^^ Where do you get that dressing?

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"Doesn't Cavenders prominently list MSG as a main ingredient? "


Yeah...I'm not sure if we should care though. Outside of some people being insensitive to it, is it actually "bad" for us?

^ That chicken recipe looks awesome...thanks for posting it!

1/12/2014 7:48:20 PM

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i go through a lot of spices making bbq rubs and i've found that i come out way ahead by buying the big bottles off amazon, especially with our prime membership.

[Edited on January 12, 2014 at 7:58 PM. Reason : that garlic expressions dressing is on amazon prime]

1/12/2014 7:57:53 PM

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i don't like garlic salt... i prefer to have salt and garlic separate so i can control the ratio to taste.

1/12/2014 9:14:11 PM

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I was the "other TWWer" that recommended the Garlic Expressions a while ago...that is easily my favorite go-to marinade for just about everything. Works great for veggies and meats, as well as a simple salad dressing. I've only gotten it at Earth Fare, but I'm sure you could find it at Whole Foods or Fresh Market (I don't know what else they have in NC). They have a website as well...but I think you can only get in bulk.

1/13/2014 7:31:06 AM

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They have it at my local Kroger in the produce section near the Marie's dressings (Strickland and Falls) and the definitely have it at Whole Foods. I've seen it at Food Lion and Lowe's Foods near my grandparents (Calabash, NC) so I'm pretty sure it's becoming more widespread.

Sorry to not give you credit JBrick but it's hard for me to keep up with all the shit I read on here and who says what. That stuff is fucking epic though, so thanks for the tip. I seriously have a field greens salad a day wit that stuff on it, and put it on everything where it makes sense (gyros, subs, collards, etc.)

forgot to mention this:



you can get it at the farmer's market - not sure where else but it's the absolute best bbq sauce (better than bone suckin' sauce).

has anyone ever tried this stuff? I've seen it near the meat section and have always been curious but it's like $8. It's from a famous steak house in NYC.





[Edited on January 13, 2014 at 8:44 AM. Reason : .]

1/13/2014 8:39:56 AM

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Ha...wasn't mad about not getting credit...just adding to the discussion.

1/13/2014 8:46:39 AM

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As far as the magic seasonings go, I like the blackened redfish magic the best. Works really well on chicken. For creole type seasonings Tony Chachere's is indeed pretty good, but it's also not hard to mix yourself up some of Emeril's Essence seasoning. The recipe is no secret and there's nothing too exotic in it, but it's quite good.

1/13/2014 9:35:28 AM

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"i've found that i come out way ahead by buying the big bottles off amazon, especially with our prime membership."


Can you link to some examples?

3/19/2014 11:24:30 AM

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Lupo's speidie marinade....upstate NY represent. They make a shit load of flavors now, but the original Speiedie Marinade is the best. Great on chicken or pork!

You can get it at some grocers, online, or at Roma Pizza in cary, nc...as they continue to rep Endicott, NY/Binghamton, NY sheet pizza.

3/19/2014 12:57:02 PM

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man i am disappointed...

I was coming here thinking I was going to see recipes, not laziness and chemical preservatives ....

3/19/2014 1:24:10 PM

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Quote :
"I was coming here thinking I was going to see recipes, not laziness and chemical preservatives"


Most of the products posted so far don't have any preservatives.


If you have recipes for your own spices or marinades post them!

3/19/2014 1:26:03 PM

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3/19/2014 1:32:59 PM

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The Garlic Old Bay

That shit is great on pretty much everything

3/19/2014 1:36:04 PM

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NRR where do you get 8th Wonder?

I finally got some of that Garlic Expressions stuff...so damn good.

Speaking of dressings, sometimes I buy that orange dressing from the Japanese places in quarts. Trying to find a good copycat recipe...

Lastly, this site has a ton of great recipes for rubs, marinades as well as great grilling advice. - http://amazingribs.com/recipes/index.html

5/13/2014 9:49:28 PM

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orange meaning ginger dressing?

http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/benihana-ginger-salad-dressing-recipe.html

5/13/2014 11:33:22 PM

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^ yeah that's it.

i've already tried one and it was nowhere close, but i'll give that one a try.

5/13/2014 11:42:37 PM

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Quote :
"NRR where do you get 8th Wonder?"


Wilmington. it's made by a guy that works in the film industry down here. their website lists places where you can get it.

i'll ship you a can of it if you want.

5/14/2014 6:19:51 AM

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http://www.8thwonderspice.com/buy-local/

looks like you can buy it online now

5/14/2014 6:24:28 AM

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http://hotsaucezone.com/brands/melindas/

my father in law gave me a bottle of their habanero hot sauce and it was phenomenal. not too hot but really good flavor. (they have a hotter habanero variety too... and a ghost chili sauce... if that's what you are looking for)

5/14/2014 8:35:57 AM

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http://www.sweetwaterspice.com/collections/bbq-bath-brine-concentrates/products/smoked-habanero-bbq-bath

This stuff is the heat (other flavors are great as well). I have never has better chicken thighs and whenever I can't find this in stock at whole foods I am reminded of that as my other options just fail so bad.

Never tried it with anything but chicken.

[Edited on May 14, 2014 at 9:17 AM. Reason : .]

5/14/2014 9:17:15 AM

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^
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"URL: http://www.sweetwaterspice.com/collections/bbq-bath-brine-concentrates/products/smoked-habanero-bbq-bath
URL Categories: Malicious Sites
Reputation: High Risk"

5/14/2014 9:48:14 AM

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^^^^ thanks, looks like NOFO has it

5/14/2014 9:51:21 AM

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Quote :
"Speaking of dressings, sometimes I buy that orange dressing from the Japanese places in quarts. Trying to find a good copycat recipe..."


this stuff isn't bad for store bought

5/14/2014 10:29:31 AM

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^^^ not sure where you are getting that from, I have no issues on my end though a few checks I have on my machine

5/14/2014 10:34:33 AM

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I use Tonys creole seasoning on almost any "white meat" I throw in my own blackening seasoning on fish

And salt grass steakhouse "seven" on anything beef

Deer and wild game I don't use much more than garlic butter salt and pepper.

5/14/2014 10:56:32 AM

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Quote :
"^^^ not sure where you are getting that from, I have no issues on my end though a few checks I have on my machine"

my work internet filters are often wonky.

5/14/2014 11:18:16 AM

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Yah that site is fine for me too.

5/14/2014 12:01:01 PM

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It was asked earlier, but is MSG really that bad for you (assuming you're not allergic)?

5/14/2014 12:03:00 PM

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It doesn't appear to be unsafe - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monosodium_glutamate

5/14/2014 12:08:30 PM

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I like yuzu kosho, as yuzu is one of my favorite flavors on most anything. The only place I know of in the triangle that you can get it is here: http://www.yelp.com/biz/toyo-shokuhin-and-gift-shop-cary

5/14/2014 12:35:28 PM

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5/14/2014 3:06:55 PM

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^
Quote :
"Rich tomato-based sauce "

5/14/2014 4:41:21 PM

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I was sincerely disappointed when I realized that the thread title actually had nothing to do with space marines.

Good day.

5/14/2014 5:23:19 PM

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Just used some long ago purchased Plutos on some bone-in chicken thighs and the shit it pretty legit



[Edited on April 28, 2017 at 10:12 PM. Reason : And I cant find that fucking garlic expressions salad dressing anywhere (outside of the internet)]

4/28/2017 10:11:44 PM

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Turns out the son of the Tony Chachere's-owning family is my student! He is also a very good collegiate swimmer.

4/28/2017 11:09:41 PM

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Trader Joe's Island Soyaki is fucking awesome. Best on pork and chicken. We've been using it mainly for pork tenderloins when we have people over for dinner and everyone raves about it. They also have a Sriracha BBQ sauce that's a nice spicy alternative to your regular sauce.

4/29/2017 1:05:47 PM

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4/29/2017 1:25:04 PM

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^Winnar

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