LOCAL HITS ON SPICES Ect..

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michael ark

Master of the Pit
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Feb 11, 2011
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Jonesboro Ar
Well i have been hear for awhile and haven't heard any local blends so what is you favorite local shaker or bottle.

SHAKER

Cavender's
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All purpose Greek seasoning

S-C seasoning.co HARRISON ,AR 72602

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Rendezvous

HOT Famous barbecue sauce

Memphis ,Tn38103

 BUY LOCAL ,BUY USA

Make me ask my man to get your stuff I probably want some any ways i just don't know any better on what to ask for.
 
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AL you miss the point.Someone local to you has a flavor profile you haven't tried or don't know of. Cavenders is a pepper mill ever have Arkansas pepper.It's yummy
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 or at least try to deconstruct and modify.
 
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I wanted to know local favorits .My wife is from st.louis maulls rules their from what i've seen.
 
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I was in Milwaukee once and asked the bartender if he had a good local beer.  He brought me a Miller.

We have Tony Chaucere's and Paul Prudome's shakes

Tabasco, Crystal and Louisiana hot sauce for pepper sauce

Zataran's crab boil, and brown mustard

Blue Plate mayo

Abita Beer and Cafe au Lait coffee

Community Coffee and Herbsaint

Zaps potato chips and Barq's rootbeer

Bruces yams, Blue Runner beans

Elmers Candys and Louisiana Fish Fry

Steens Cane syrup Camelia brand beans

Crawfish

I can go on and on.  I bet your familiar with the vast majority of these.
 
I use tonys too. I have louisanna on hand and louissana supreme habanero pepper sause.Abita makes a good beer but it's high here.I grew up on Barq's and frosty root beer.Does blue runner make creol beans?I use louisana fish fry mix blue bag and hp mix too.
 
I'm here in florida and a great local sauce is Gator Hammock Hot Sauce...not really hot but had alot of spices and flavor in it!

Also a good local New Orleans seasoning is Joe's Stuff and Joe's Spicy Stuff from the Lousiana School of Cooking in the french quarter.  i'm actually out visiting my sister in 'nawlins right now and i'm gonna head down there i a few hours and stock up
 
I'm here in florida and a great local sauce is Gator Hammock Hot Sauce...not really hot but had alot of spices and flavor in it!

Also a good local New Orleans seasoning is Joe's Stuff and Joe's Spicy Stuff from the Lousiana School of Cooking in the french quarter.  i'm actually out visiting my sister in 'nawlins right now and i'm gonna head down there i a few hours and stock up
I used Gator Hammock also. Another good Florida special BBQ Sauce is Blue Front. For alot of my Family, it's the Best. A little too much Vinegar for my taste. For Seasonings, some of the Redneck brand are not bad.
 
Uh........ Old Bay, Mumbo sauce (DC carry out thing, kind of like a sweet and sour sauce but MUCH better), Tiger sauce (baltimore pit beef thing like a horseradish sauce) Besides those I make all my own.
 
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I'm here in florida and a great local sauce is Gator Hammock Hot Sauce...not really hot but had alot of spices and flavor in it!

Also a good local New Orleans seasoning is Joe's Stuff and Joe's Spicy Stuff from the Lousiana School of Cooking in the french quarter.  i'm actually out visiting my sister in 'nawlins right now and i'm gonna head down there i a few hours and stock up
Is that crazy Joe Kahn?  Baldish guy with grey beard and funny as hell?  He is a local personality but I have never tried his rubs.  Would like to take a class with him though just to give him a hard time.
 
I dont know that name but maybe, you can goto there website and there alot of info on there. Ill have try the bluefront, never heard of that
 
I'm originally from southern Illinois, and there is a bbq joint there called 17th street bar and grill. They make their own rub and sauces. The rub, called magic dust, is awesome on just about anything. I'd link it but I'm on my phone. Just do a google search for the name, they have a store front where you can order it and have it shipped.

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