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Dizzy Pig Cow Lick Steak Rub
Don't forget to rub your meat! Weather you are baking, grilling or frying, add layers of flavor to your meats by starting off with a flavorful rub. This section includes Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning and Bad Byron's Butt Rub!

Dizzy Pig Cow Lick Steak Rub

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$7.25

SKU:DR121

Availability: In stock

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $29.97

Bottle Price $10.99



Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $119.88

Bottle Price $9.99



 

For beef... especially nice thick steaks on a hot grill...there is nothing like Cow Lick. It's kick comes from hefty dose of fresh ground pepper balanced
with kosher salt, chilies, herbs, and spices. Though sugar-free, it can be mixed with sugar for when you desire a caramelized crust, along with a really
nice peppery bite that provides an awesome flavor. It does not have too much heat, and never overwhelms the flavor of the beef. Instead it brings out
the unique flavor of beef and has your guests wondering what that great taste is. Cow Lick is a natural on hamburgers and makes a great sprinkle for
fresh sliced tomatoes, eggs, or wherever you desire a peppery kick. Best on steak and brisket.


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Ingredients: Black Pepper, Spices, Salt, Paprika, Onion, and Garlic.

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $29.97
Bottle Price $10.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $119.88
Bottle Price $9.99

 

For beef... especially nice thick steaks on a hot grill...there is nothing like Cow Lick. It's kick comes from hefty dose of fresh ground pepper balanced with kosher salt, chilies, herbs, and spices. Though sugar-free, it can be mixed with sugar for when you desire a caramelized crust, along with a really nice peppery bite that provides an awesome flavor. It does not have too much heat, and never overwhelms the flavor of the beef. Instead it brings out the unique flavor of beef and has your guests wondering what that great taste is. Cow Lick is a natural on hamburgers and makes a great sprinkle for fresh sliced tomatoes, eggs, or wherever you desire a peppery kick. Best on steak and brisket.

From Virginia

Ingredients: Black Pepper, Spices, Salt, Paprika, Onion, and Garlic.

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