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Alright Gurus, been meaning to ask for some time how everyone maintains and seasons their cast iron skillets. I have a 15" skillet I seasoned with flax oil 5x and am at the point where the seasoning is basically gone and there are some rust spots. I have no clue how this is possible since I oil after every cook but since I need to start from scratch, I figure I'd see what everyone's take is on this. Thanks! Side note - Not sure if this is in the correct section so please feel free to move.
Went to an annual holiday get together at an old friends house last Saturday. It's always BBQ, beer and snacks and an eclectic group of friends and relatives. When I arrived . . . early as usual . . . I was introduced to a couple that I had never met before. After the usual introduction the discussion centered on the bbq and it was obvious that they knew their way around "the bbq pit". Turns out he is the Colonel in Colonel Stan's Secret Spice. What an interesting conversation we had about his adventure into the BBQ industry. They have a core product "Secret Spice" that I was able to sample. It was in a raw vegetable dip that they brought. Turns out that this seasoning can be added to fish batter, dips, used as a pork rub, chicken seasoning . . . you name it. Of course I had some that was used on the ribs. However the real surprise was the sample of the newest product . . . a finishing sauce. I can't wait to try it on some wings. I know this probably sounds like a commercial but no, I'm not in any way connected to the company I just want to share a personal experience and suggest a great tasting product. www.colstans.com To All . . . Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
This is mostly for Canadian just because I'm not sure how much shipping to the US is, but with the current exchange rate, it may be worth it. Their sauce is pretty awesome but never tried their seasoning. I ordered 2! You get everything below for $18.97cad + taxes + shipping. http://cattleboyz-foods-ltd.myshopify.com/products/cattleboyz-starter-kit 1 bottle Big Country Garlic Seasoning 1 bottle Gourmet Seasoning & Rub 1 bottle Smokey Southwest Seasoning & Rub 1 bottle Smokin' & Grillin' Seasoning & Rub 1 bottle Original BBQ Sauce 1 bottle Sweet Chili BBQ Sauce http://www.cattleboyz.com/
The Ribeye steaks were sliced from a Ribeye roast, then liberally coated with Kamado Joe Steak seasonings. The steaks were cooked indirect at 275 until the internal temperature was within 15 degrees of the target temperature. The Big Joe was then set to 375 for the final searing of the steaks on the direct cast iron grates. Corn on the cob was prepared along with a garden salad which also had cranberries and walnuts. The KJ seasoning worked well with the beefy richness of the ribeye. The blue cheese dressing for the salad balanced the deep savory flavors of the steak.