Kinders Rub Ideas

Bytor

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I recently got their lemon pepper seasoning and it's pretty good. Used mainly as an occasional alternative to S&P. Goes pretty good with scrambled eggs and home fries.
 

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How about a little EVOO on asparagus spears, sprinkle the Kinders Buttery and some fresh ground pepper on the spears and then onto hot grill grates for a few minutes on one side, then an few on the other to get some sear and a bit of smokiness. With only a few minutes a side, will still leave the asparagus spears with a little bit of a snap. We like ours a little al dente, go longer if you like yours softer. When the spears are a nice bright green color with a little sear, they are done. If you do not like asparagus, how bout a green zuchini cut into quarters long way, then the same as above for the "zuchini" spears.
 

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I use the buttery steakhouse occasionally but only as an added depth of flavor. I don’t think it has enough personality on its own. Added to salt and pepper on a steak or burger it adds a little richness.
 

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It's becoming a bad habit for me every time I do to Costco, whether I need it or not, I pick up a new rub/seasoning to try (including Kinder's). And lots of wine....🥴

I wasn't too crazy about the Buttery Steakhouse: Master Salt was OK on veggies. I enjoyed The Seafood Blend on garlic shrimp on the kettle.

But...so far nothing compares to Brantley Creek Texas Pecan; it just goes so well with everything, from beef to veggies, from smoking to grilling.
 

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It's becoming a bad habit for me every time I do to Costco, whether I need it or not, I pick up a new rub/seasoning to try (including Kinder's). And lots of wine....🥴

I wasn't too crazy about the Buttery Steakhouse: Master Salt was OK on veggies. I enjoyed The Seafood Blend on garlic shrimp on the kettle.

But...so far nothing compares to Brantley Creek Texas Pecan; it just goes so well with everything, from beef to veggies, from smoking to grilling.
I'm the same way. I buy every rub they stock. St. Elmo's is the best so far - great on steaks and burgers. I have one I use for pork as well, but in typical Costco fashion they no longer carry it. Running low and hoping they bring more stuff back in the so called BBQ season.
 

Chris_G

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I'm the same way. I buy every rub they stock. St. Elmo's is the best so far - great on steaks and burgers. I have one I use for pork as well, but in typical Costco fashion they no longer carry it. Running low and hoping they bring more stuff back in the so called BBQ season.
I've noticed the same thing, even the Costco rub is not in stock at the store.
 

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I’m using a rub for the first time on a tenderloin. A few questions. Do you actually rub it in or sprinkle it on ? How long before you put it on the smoker grill do you apply it ? I’ve seen suggestions that you should apply the rub and place the meat in the refrigerator 24 hours before cooking ? Is that really necessary. And, finally….any other tips ? Thanks.
 

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Just sprinkle the rub on then kinda pat it on so more of it sticks to the meat. There’s no hard and fast rule on application time. I’ve done it the night before and I’ve done it a few minutes before it went on the grill. More time, more penetration into the meat but that only goes so far.
You can use a binder such as mustard or olive oil to help the rub stick. I prefer to add the rub to one side and let the meat sweat a little then add to the other side(s).
 

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