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At HEB, best Steak Rub Here?

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Orlando Ayala Cant Read
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Any recs for best steak rub that's available at heb? Also any thoughts on truffle salt as part of a marinade for ribeyes?
Concreteag14
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Jacobsen black pepper salt.
javajaws
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Fiesta brand - Uncle Chris' gourmet steak seasoning
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A little off subject but for you folks in the SA area that mourn the closing of Bolner's store on S Flores, Joe D. has opened up a meat market in the old Bergheim store in Bergheim. He carries all of the Fiesta seasoning products also
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Sea Salt grinder (or kosher salt) + Peppercorn grinder

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Also any thoughts on truffle salt as part of a marinade for ribeyes?


You don't marinate good Ribeyes.
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javajaws said:

Fiesta brand - Uncle Chris' gourmet steak seasoning


Its better on pork and chicken
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MookieBlaylock said:

javajaws said:

Fiesta brand - Uncle Chris' gourmet steak seasoning


Its better on pork and chicken

Yes it is. It's the only premixed seasoning I buy.
Max Power
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Kosher salt and **** load of black pepper.
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Uncle Chris's works great on pork tenderloin.
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Are people really marinating ribeyes and then putting rubs on them?
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FIDO*98* said:

Sea Salt grinder (or kosher salt) + Peppercorn grinder

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Also any thoughts on truffle salt as part of a marinade for ribeyes?


You don't marinate good Ribeyes.


This is the only correct answer. Everyone marinating steaks is only one half rung above those eating well done sirloins with A1
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bam02
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Uncle Chris.

I also like a little Montreal Steak seasoning as an alternative.
Ornlu
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I really like this stuff:

madcuz
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Adams Texas steakhouse along with course ground sea salt is all you need if you have a good cut of beef
Marauder Blue 6
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Killen's Salt & Pepper Blend. It's all I use.

https://www.heb.com/product-detail/killen-s-texas-salt-amp-pepper-blend/1977714
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Marauder Blue 6 said:

Killen's Salt & Pepper Blend. It's all I use.

https://www.heb.com/product-detail/killen-s-texas-salt-amp-pepper-blend/1977714

Honest question, why would anyone buy a salt & pepper blend? You have salt and pepper at home already. Or I assume you do. Plus it's likely you have whole peppercorns that you grind on demand at home. So it'd be cheaper, better, and more customizable to just do your own salt and pepper.
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Ornlu said:

I really like this stuff:



This. It's not a "sexy" recommendation. But it's been around forever and is tried and true. Love the course dried garlic in it. However, for a really good prime steak I'd stick to kosher salt and course ground black pepper... let the prime beef do the talking.
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Aggie Owned as well.
Marauder Blue 6
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htxag09 said:

Marauder Blue 6 said:

Killen's Salt & Pepper Blend. It's all I use.

https://www.heb.com/product-detail/killen-s-texas-salt-amp-pepper-blend/1977714

Honest question, why would anyone buy a salt & pepper blend? You have salt and pepper at home already. Or I assume you do. Plus it's likely you have whole peppercorns that you grind on demand at home. So it'd be cheaper, better, and more customizable to just do your own salt and pepper.
Because I like the pepper in this blend and haven't been able to replicate it on my own. And opinions are like *******s.
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The HEB Texas originals steak seasoning isn't bad...seems like a coarse blend of garlic pepper and salt. I normally go with a liberal dusting of meat church holy cow with a light sprinkle of hardcore carnivores Black seasoning...perfect every single time.
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Marauder Blue 6 said:

htxag09 said:

Marauder Blue 6 said:

Killen's Salt & Pepper Blend. It's all I use.

https://www.heb.com/product-detail/killen-s-texas-salt-amp-pepper-blend/1977714

Honest question, why would anyone buy a salt & pepper blend? You have salt and pepper at home already. Or I assume you do. Plus it's likely you have whole peppercorns that you grind on demand at home. So it'd be cheaper, better, and more customizable to just do your own salt and pepper.
Because I like the pepper in this blend and haven't been able to replicate it on my own. And opinions are like *******s.
See if you can find this brand of ground pepper... It's Israeli pepper and it's absolutely crazy how different and floral it is. I've been using it on my steaks lately and I need to order more. First time I found it available on Ebay... took 6 weeks to arrive!

https://mspices.co.il/products_cat/%d7%aa%d7%91%d7%9c%d7%99%d7%a0%d7%99%d7%9d/?lang=en
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HEB Steak Rub, their version of Montreal is good.

I like to go 50% Carnivore Black and 50% Holy Cow when cooking sirloin or just want a lot of seasoning. Sorry, sometimes I just want a lot of flavor in the seasoning.

I usually go with salt & pepper then melt a garlic herb butter on top while it's resting.
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SpiderDude said:

Ornlu said:

I really like this stuff:



This. It's not a "sexy" recommendation. But it's been around forever and is tried and true. Love the course dried garlic in it. However, for a really good prime steak I'd stick to kosher salt and course ground black pepper... let the prime beef do the talking.


Count me in on this recommendation too. Love this stuff for steaks.
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djmeen95 said:

SpiderDude said:

Ornlu said:

I really like this stuff:



This. It's not a "sexy" recommendation. But it's been around forever and is tried and true. Love the course dried garlic in it. However, for a really good prime steak I'd stick to kosher salt and course ground black pepper... let the prime beef do the talking.


Count me in on this recommendation too. Love this stuff for steaks.

POTD
oklaunion
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TexJoy Steak Seasoning
HTownAg98
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For choice steaks, tri tip, picanha, flank steak, I like the Mrs. O'Leary's Cow Crust recipe from amazingribs.com
https://amazingribs.com/tested-recipes/spice-rubs-and-pastes/mrs-olearys-cow-crust-recipe/

For prime steaks, it's just salt prior to cooking, then a dusting of very finely ground black pepper as soon as the meat comes out of the pan. There's enough heat on the meat to extract the pepper flavor without fear of burning it and making it bitter while searing.
Lola68
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Hardcore Carnivore's Black rub is delicious. Found it at HEB. Interesting as it has activated charcoal as one of the ingredients. Tasting, and makes a great crust after searing.
wadd96
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Kosher salt. Plack pepper. Fiesta Garlic Pepper.

Although, I do like Jess's Hardcore Carnivore Black...
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fka ftc
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https://guysseasoning.com/

Good on many things. Burgers are great, ribs use sparingly, this seasoning plus some Worcestershire can make for a great little steak when venturing from the salt and pepper basics.
BMC
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McCormicks Brown Sugar Burbon rub, which is best rib I have ever tried. Put a little olive oil on it with the rub a couple of hours ahead of time, then cook over coals.

I highly recommend the tenderloin at HEB ($30/lb) or at Costco ($22/lb). Sounds expensive but 1 Lb will satisfy my wife and I, and beats $45 steaks at a restaurant
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Ornlu said:

I really like this stuff:


This stuff makes awesome grilled pork chops.
LCE
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It's also good on rim of glass for a Bloody Mary
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