For all meat and fish. Broil, bake, grill. Seals in the juices. Americans are passionate about barbeque! And everything you love about it is here: molasses from Memphis; tangy tomato from Kansas; mustard, pepper, and vinegar from the Carolinas; and a hint of smoke from Texas. More than infatuation; this is true barbeque love! Get the secret! Used by the best chefs in many of the finest restaurants. My dad's legendary Chicago steakhouse - Al Farber's - is where it all started in 1957. Thick prime steaks with charred crusts, bursting with juicy flavor. When diners would literally beg to take home our seasonings that made their meat so good, we knew we had a winner. That time and those flavors are captured in our Original Char Crust and Roto Roast rubs. Over the years we've added delicious new flavors to be used on all meats, fish, and even veggies. But we still make our rubs like my father Nathan did, in small batches with only the best herbs and spices. And of course, they all seal in the juices! Enjoy and eat well, - Bernard Silver. For recipes call us at 800-311-9884 or visit www.charcrust.com.
4 oz (113 g) x 6
38 per pack
Easy and Fast Preparation: For all Meat and Fish: 1. Dredge (completely cover all sides) meat or fish with Char Crust, or rub on if you prefer. 2. For best results, after seasoning, drizzle or spritz oil/non-stick spray on the meat or fish to add sizzle and prevent spices from burning. 3. Broil, bake, grill, or smoke; cook to desired preference. For extra flavor, sprinkle on a little more rub just before serving. 4. Serve immediately and enjoy! For Vegetables: 1. Drizzle clean vegetables with oil, then toss well. 2. Sprinkle with Char Crust to taste, and toss again. 3. Broil, bake, or grill as usual. 4. Serve to rave reviews! (Tip: Great on corn-on-the-cob!)
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