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Unread 08-25-2008, 08:03 PM   #1
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The official Todd's Dirt Review cook has started. The Costco Tri-Tip Steaks are seasoned and waiting for the coals to get done.





Lots of herbs. It's got oregano and slight "poultry seasoning" smell.

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Unread 08-25-2008, 08:10 PM   #2
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So what is "Todd's Dirt Review", Larry?
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Unread 08-25-2008, 08:18 PM   #3
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So what is "Todd's Dirt Review", Larry?
Bob, you're not keeping up!

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Waiting patiently for the results. Looks more like planter rakings than dirt.
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Default OK! Here we go!

A few more shots of the cook:

On the grill:


After a good grilling:


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Okay, this stuff ROCKS! No question about it. I love the flavor profile this gave the beef. It's got some italian seasoning type herbs in it. The only one listed is oregano.

As I mentioned in the first post in this thread, it smelled a little like poultry seasoning when I first opened it up. But after the grilling it didn't taste anything like poultry seasoning.

I'm going to have to try it on chicken and pork. I think it would give a great flavor to ABTs and Fatties too. I'm going to also give it a try on some grilled veggies. I also purchased the seafood version and can't wait to try it.

It's not a rub. It's a seasoning. I wouldn't use it in smoking something for long smokes. I don't think the herbs would hold up the long heat and smoke.

The flavors in Todd's Dirt are a fantastic compliment to the meat. It added flavor while still allowing the "beef" to come through. If you get a chance...try it.

I'm going to be using this a lot.
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Great review! Gonna have to get some. Now if Bubba could get it in his store......
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Looks like another to add to my list.
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Thank you Larry!
Looks like I need to get an order in! I appeciate biting the bullet to order it and test it so poor schmucks like me don't waste our money.
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thanks Larry! I'll have to find out how to get my hands on some!
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thanks Larry! I'll have to find out how to get my hands on some!
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And it's gluten and MSG free...
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I'm gonna have to try this. Heck I need a whole pantry just for sauces and seasonings as it is though.


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I'm game I just ordered some.
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Hey Guys,
I have been using this stuff for about 6 months. I put it on about anything. Just like the Dirt Dude says, it really is great on chicken, and pork and anything else you put on the grill. I grilled Mahi Mahi on sunday and shish cobobs with both seasoning and everybody was raving. I have BBQ with it. The ribs were ok, but it made my sauce even better. Pulled pork is really good. Very different then most pulled porks I have tasted. I also did a brisket and I have to tell it was pretty good. My favorite is on a Steak and corn on the cob. My wife and kids love this Dirt. They also like it in a dip and just dipping it in the olive oil and dirt with bread. It is trully the most different seasoning I have seen to grill with in a long time.
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