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Tatonka Dust Rib Steak w/smoked butter

driedstick

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So for dinner last night decided to do some rib steaks,

one in Tatonka Dust



Next one in McCormicks Montreal Seasoning


side by side


Got out some smoked butter YUMMY Butter was smoked back in Aug. just sittin in fridge ready to be used




Steaks on the Grill


Done


Baked IDAHO Spuds with some smoked butter, salt and pepper


Great Stuff


Came out just great we loved it


Thanks for looking  and enjoy
 

woodcutter

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They both look great with the smoked butter. Which seasoning did you prefer?
 

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They both look great with the smoked butter. Which seasoning did you prefer?
Thanks woodcutter

I like both but last night the Tatonka dust was TO DIE FOR I don't know if I put more one or less or what but it was great - hard to decide they will both always  be in my arsenal
 

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That tankona makes the meat ugly but it sure'nuff makes it taste good. I started using it at the table.
 
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Can i get a plate? :drool Thumbs Up
 

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Looks delicious! Nicely done! I gotta try me some of that tatonka dust...

Red
 

driedstick

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Looks delicious! Nicely done! I gotta try me some of that tatonka dust...

Red
Yep it is good stuff, bout time to order me some more.

Would have been better if it was a reverse sear just not enough time.

Thanks Red
 

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Nice looking meal driedstick, great to hear your enjoying the Tatonka Dust seasoning! :yahoo:
 

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Nice looking meal driedstick, great to hear your enjoying the Tatonka Dust seasoning!
Yep just had some on a Baked spud the other night (light coat) and it was great, will be ordering more from you soon - Thanks Mossy you make some good stuff
 

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How heavy do you go on the Tatonka Dust? My wife got me an AMNPS for Christmas, and a sample of the dust came along for the ride. I'm thinking of using it on some New York Strips tomorrow night but don't want to over season.
 

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Yep just had some on a Baked spud the other night (light coat) and it was great, will be ordering more from you soon - Thanks Mossy you make some good stuff
Would love to see some pictures of these Tatonka Dust creations posted, we like adding them to the Tatonka Dust Facebook page with the cooks permission!


How heavy do you go on the Tatonka Dust? My wife got me an AMNPS for Christmas, and a sample of the dust came along for the ride. I'm thinking of using it on some New York Strips tomorrow night but don't want to over season.
The color of the seasoning tends to make people using it the first time go light with the seasoning and typically they always wish they would have used more, so I would say apply a little heavier than your gut instinct tells you to... we like adding an additional sprinkle just to enhance the flavor a few minutes before steaks come of the grill. Look forward to hearing your thoughts on the flavor!
 

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Would love to see some pictures of these Tatonka Dust creations posted, we like adding them to the Tatonka Dust Facebook page with the cooks permission!
The color of the seasoning tends to make people using it the first time go light with the seasoning and typically they always wish they would have used more, so I would say apply a little heavier than your gut instinct tells you to... we like adding an additional sprinkle just to enhance the flavor a few minutes before steaks come of the grill. Look forward to hearing your thoughts on the flavor!
Would love to see some pictures of these Tatonka Dust creations posted, we like adding them to the Tatonka Dust Facebook page with the cooks permission!
The color of the seasoning tends to make people using it the first time go light with the seasoning and typically they always wish they would have used more, so I would say apply a little heavier than your gut instinct tells you to... we like adding an additional sprinkle just to enhance the flavor a few minutes before steaks come of the grill. Look forward to hearing your thoughts on the flavor!
Would love to see some pictures of these Tatonka Dust creations posted, we like adding them to the Tatonka Dust Facebook page with the cooks permission!
The color of the seasoning tends to make people using it the first time go light with the seasoning and typically they always wish they would have used more, so I would say apply a little heavier than your gut instinct tells you to... we like adding an additional sprinkle just to enhance the flavor a few minutes before steaks come of the grill. Look forward to hearing your thoughts on the flavor!
Mossy you have it!!!!!! this is the best!!!!!!!!! I follow you on other sites also!!! you make a great product

I have a couple more pics you can use besides these ones on this forum

Here ya go

Christmas Ham and spuds 2013 this stuff is the BOMB!!!!!


Previous dinner and just loved it Thanks Mosssssssssssssyyyyyyyyyyyyy 







 

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