Gresham and Meyers Seasonings
Are you looking for a gift for the man that loves to grill or the woman that loves to cook? How about the person who has everything? Or even the person that isn’t a great cook, but can follow a super simple recipe?
Here is a unique gift that they are sure to love! My Aunt Diane lives in Southern Idaho and she is one of the best cooks I know. She developed these amazing rubs and sells them at boutique shops across the country. We have a special opportunity to offer an amazing BOGO deal exclusively to fab frugal readers! Just use code coupon code: FABBOGO
Hurry code expires 12/19/14!
Rubs vary in sizes and price….
- Large is $16.00
Medium is $9.00
Small is $3.00
Check out some of the amazing recipes you can make with these rubs. Each rub can be used on any meat, starch or vegetable so they are very versatile…
1 lb Sour Cream
1 ½ TBS Veggie Rub
Mix Veggie Rub with sour cream and chill
Serve with cut veggies, chips or crackers
11 – 12 pound Prime Rib Roast
10 oz G & M Prime Rib Rub
Preheat oven to 425°. Liberally rub the roast on all sides with Prime Rib Rub. Place roast on a rack in a large roasting pan and cook uncovered for 20 minutes. Reduce the temperature to 250° and cook to the following temperatures:
Rare – 120° to 130° (12-13 minutes per pound)
Medium – 135° to 145° (14-16 minutes per pound)
Well – 150° (17-20 minutes per pound)
Insert a meat thermometer into the center of the roast and remove from oven when desired temperature is reached. Remember that the ends will be cooked more than the center. Allow Roast to rest 25 to 30 minutes for the juices to redistribute. While roast is resting, pour roasting liquid into serving container for aus juis. Slice the roast and serve with horseradish.
1 Salmon Filet
¼ Cup Mayonnaise
2 TBS Seafood Rub
Preheat grill to medium heat.
Place filet on aluminum foil. Spread with mayonnaise and sprinkle with Seafood rub.
Place filet and foil on grill and cook for 12 minutes per inch of thickness (at the thickest part).
Season Ribs liberally with BBQ Rib Rub and wrap with aluminum foil
Refrigerate for 30 minutes or as long as overnight
Cook in foil at 250° for 3-4 hours for baby back ribs and 5-6 hours for large ribs
*For dry ribs: open foil sprinkle with more Rib Rub and cook uncovered for 20 minutes, checking frequently to ensure molasses in the rub doesn’t burn.
*For sauced ribs: open foil, cover ribs with sauce and cook uncovered for 20 minutes
Roasted Red Potatoes
5 Medium Red Potatoes
3 TBS Olive Oil
2 TBS Prime Rib Rub
Preheat oven to 350°
Cut potatoes into 1” Cube and toss with oil and seasoning
Spread potatoes onto parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes until tender and browned.
Oh my goodness my mouth is watering. These recipes are so yummy! With only a few ingredients they are super easy too.
Give a gift in one of these awesome gift crates:
Order (2) two pack Gift Crates $40.00
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Final Price: $20.00 or $10.00 each!
For only $10 each they make a great teacher gift or neighbor gift!