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Old 03-23-2013, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default Santa Maria Steak Seasoning In Use [w/PRON]

I recently received OakRidge BBQ Santa Maria Steak Seasoning, so I went to the Joint Base Dix, McGuire Commissary and found some ribeye steaks for a good deal at $4.00 @ pound.



Lightly Seasoned them with the OakRidge BBQ Santa Maria Steak Seasoning



A quick flash on each side.... Yummmy



I was a fan of the Montreal Steak Seasoning, now I have switched sides..
Great Steak Seasoning with a great complimenting flavor...
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:49 PM   #2
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To me that looks like a light application. Did you think it was enough. Great looking cook!
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Those look great!
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:29 PM   #4
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I'd could go for a midnight snack like that!
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Thanks for your take on the rub and those steaks sure look good.
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I just received some of this Friday and will try it next week. I was thinking the same thing as Cameraman -it looks a little light on the seasoning. I'll coat one light and one heavy to compare. Those look awesome. I love a bone-in ribeye.
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Your steaks look tasty!

I just cooked a whole beef tenderloin tonight and gave it a much heavier dusting of Oakridge BBQ Santa Maria rub.

It kicked a$$! Has a nice, peppery flavor. Not too salty, not too sweet.
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I always dust heavy, but being it was something new I proceeded with caution for sake of the rest of the family.

It was tasty, but we all agreed for a heavier application next time.

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Nice looking steaks, tough to beat a good ribeye.
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Looks delicious!
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Nice! I can always go for a good ribeye, but those look especially good. Where can I get some of that rub? I've never heard of it before.
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Nice! I can always go for a good ribeye, but those look especially good. Where can I get some of that rub? I've never heard of it before.

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They also sell sample packs reasonably priced with shipping, so you do not have to get stuck with a large amount if you don't like it.
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Thanks! Just ordered the sample pack to try them out!
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Looks really good!
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Im a huge fan of that seasoning, I wont cook a tri-tip w/o it.
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