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Rubbed Me the Right Way!

JethroJethro Posts: 495
edited 3:21AM in EggHead Forum
Wanted to share what I think is a really great rub. Has anyone else tried the rubs sold under the brand name Lysander's? They make rubs labeled for beef, pork, fish, and chicken. The only one I've tried so far is pork, and boy did they help produce some excellent pork chops.[p]The main ingredients are salt, sugar, black pepper, and garlic powder. It comes in 4 oz. packages that resemble a small brown paper bag. The manufacturer is Geneva Food Products out of Sanford, Florida.[p]If you see it on the shelf somewhere, give it a try hopefully you'll enjoy it as much as we do.[p]Jethro


  • Jethro,
    I use the steak seasoning, and it is excellent. Gives the steak a great flavor. I will have to try the others.They used to sell them in plastic containers with a shaker lid. Now I see they use a bag as a container. Either way it is very good rub.

  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    I have used Lysander’s Lemon Pepper Rub and I like. It is good, however it does have a high salt content. It is easy to over apply. [p]I have not tried the other flavors.[p]RhumAndJerk[p]

  • JethroJethro Posts: 495
    RhumAndJerk,[p]Yeah, I would agree, it is a bit salty. Over all though a really good taste and quick compared to marinating.[p]What type of meat did you use the Lemon Pepper rub on?[p]Jethro
  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    I have used it on a sirloin steak and I have also mixed it in the meat for hamburgers and meatloaf. It does ad a nice touch when mixed in.[p]Happy Grilling,

  • JethroJethro Posts: 495
    RhumAndJerk,[p]I am planning to try meatloaf this fall or winter. The idea of using the rub, sounds really interesting. I'll have to try to keep it in mind, thanx.[p]Jethro
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