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Placebeaux
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


For steaks

olive oil (olivaylle from austrialia)
chicago rub
McCormic steak
minced garlic






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BottomlandBrew
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


I put this on everything.







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lacajun069
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Slap Your Moma Red
Frere Jean Sweet and Cajun
Cajun injector Quick Shake Hickory Grill.






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mx579
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Nunu's. I use a little extra salt with it because it's a bit hotter than most mixes.





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Neauxla
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


quote:

we get them for free... that shite is delightful
WTF! How you get them for free?






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KennesawTiger
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Salt. Pepper.





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LSU Tiger Bob
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


quote:

I don't do mixes of seasonings. I've got a pantry full of spices and I use them individually.



This. ~~ To much salt in mixes. By the time you get something seasoned it's too salty!!






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CrowleyTgrFan
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


For a steaks, try Tex-Joy Steak Seasoning.





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OldTigahFot
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


I've developed a liking for Montreal Steak seasoning (spicy version).







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unclebuck504
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Benoit's Best, and Cajun Land





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Walt OReilly
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


salt and pepper

imo thats all you really need






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ddsmit
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


We make our own Tonys with about 1/3 the salt. The recipe is in his cookbook.





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Mike da Tigah
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


I seriously haven't had a season-all in my house in probably 15 to 20 years. I found it best to determine my own salt intake and mix of herbs and spices and it varies on what I'm cooking at the moment, as I don't want everything to taste the same. Additionally, I think the fresher your herbs and spices are, the end result in your dish is always more flavorful. Pretty much a given.

Basic necessities besides kosher salt is whole pepper corns in a pepper mill, garlic powder, onion powder, a good paprika, chili powder, cumin, ground oregano, ground thyme, dried mustard, celery powder, red pepper flake, coriander, and white and brown sugar on hand. I feel you can pretty much season anything you want with those ingredients on hand. Other than that, I have access to fresh rosemary, sweet basil, oregano and sage in season, and dill when I can get the stuff to grow, or I'll purchase it when I need it.

I have a ton of cook books that have mixes and ratios for dry rubs that are helpful. Thomas Keller, John Besh, and Bobby Flay all have them, Emeril has them, as does Steven Raichlen in his various grilling books, but the most critical resource there is IMO, is The Flavor Bible.







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TreyE663
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


If its just all around cooking, salt, black pepper, and cayenne





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LSU Piston
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?




I'm a boring salt and pepper kinda guy...






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Eddie Vedder
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


my go-to for seasoning most stuff is just: kosher salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and cayenne.

quote:

Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning


i keep this and slap-ya-mama around as well. i think those are the only two blends i buy but i do have a few blends i make.







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Hermit Crab
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


John Henry's apple chipotle rub





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WDE24
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


In this order:

Kosher Salt
Fresh ground pepper
Cayenne or Red Pepper
Paprika
Garlic Powder
Onion Powder
Dried Basil






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fatboydave
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Zats creole. Tonys too salty and the more spice version not salty enough.





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pochejp
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?


Best around in my opinion.







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