Smoky and Sweet – No Grill Necessary

A wise person once said, “Life needs more beer and BBQ.” And on a smokin’ hot summer day, who wouldn’t agree? So get prepared to grab the essentials.

A case of beer can be picked up at your local gas station/store almost anytime. However, sticky-hot or rainy weather doesn’t always permit a grill-out. Luckily, there is no need to cancel your plans! All of our barbecue blends can help you create the same delicious barbecue flavor inside your kitchen.

Whether you: barbecue chicken or shrimp, prefer a down-home southern barbecue or a traditional Midwest barbecue, or prefer your barbecue flavors sweet or salty, we’ve got everything to please your favorite (indoor and outdoor) griller!

 

Our Favorite Choice for This Summer
is the Smokehouse Rub Spice Blend!

We just can’t get enough! This spice blend takes the good old fashioned flavors of a traditional Midwest barbecue and merges them into your favorite dish. Tomatoes, garlic, onion, spices, smoky notes, and just a hint of salt and sugar, what’s not to love?

Smoky and Sweet - No Grill Necessary

Learn how to add these flavors to your barbecue in these savory recipes:


Prefer a Different Style of BBQ?

Don’t limit yourself. We love a little variety too. In fact, the possibilities are endless. If you are looking to expand beyond the Midwestern style BBQ, try some of these options with different regions, styles, and flavor profiles!

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Backwoods Hickory RubBackwoods Hickory Rub

*For those who like their barbecue with a deep, savory & smoky flavor
Very smoky and rustic meat rub. These coarse spices give a hearty, robust flavor. Lightly brush meat with olive oil or balsamic vinegar and rub with spice before grilling.

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Carolina BBQ RubCarolina BBQ Rub
*For those who like their barbecue sweet & tangy
Based on the tradition of the delicious mustards & vinegars used in Carolina style barbecues, this sweet and savory rub is perfect for ribs, pulled pork, chicken, brisket, and other barbecue favorites!

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Korean BBQ RubKorean BBQ Rub
*For those who like their barbecue with a touch of UMAMI

A unique blend that is rarely found outside of Asia. Use as a dry rub on any meat, but it’s best on white-fleshed fish. Cover during initial cooking to ensure moistness.

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Smoked BBQ RubSmoked BBQ Rub
*For those who like their barbecue with a little extra smoky flavor

Dry rub for BBQ with a nice smoky flavor. Rub generously onto meat before grilling. For a juicier meat, grill or broil for initial searing, then wrap in foil and cook until tender.

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What Was Your Favorite?

What’s your favorite style of BBQ? Make something fun with one of these blends? Be sure to let us know in the comments below or tag us @spiceandtea on Instagram!

 

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