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Seasonings & Rubs

Masterfully crafted seasoning blends and pitmaster-approved barbecue rubs for beef, pork, chicken, seafood and more.  Not everyone is a master chef, but we should all eat like one.
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Flavor in Every Bite

The right seasoning and rubs can make the difference between a good meal and a great one. Make your food stand out with PS Seasoning BBQ rubs and seasonings. Crafted for meats and BBQ, but don’t let that limit you. Our seasonings enhance the flavor of everything—vegetables, classic side dishes, and even desserts.

Are Seasonings and Rubs the Same?

BBQ rubs 101: Seasonings and rubs are similar but aren't the same. Seasonings are finely ground blends of spices and herbs that bring out and highlight any natural flavors in the food.

Dry rubs contain larger pieces of herbs and spices, and in addition to flavoring food, can provide a crust for the food. Where you may season food lightly, rubs are added much more generously to truly coat the food. Rubs are better suited to barbecuing where seasonings are for grilling.

What Are Meat Rubs?

Meat rubs are a combination of flavors and seasonings that create a delicious crust once cooked or smoked. A good meat rub will be a mixture of salty and sweet, combining perfectly into a delicious flavor.

Dry Rubs vs Wet Rubs

Both dry and wet rubs contain seasonings and herbs; but wet rubs have a liquid component. This could be beer, vinegar, or oil. Wet rubs have the added bonus of sticking to the food better. Wet rubs create more of a marinade and won’t give you that crispy crust that dry rubs will.

Do You Rub Seasoning Into Meat?

If you’re adding seasoning, no. Seasoning can be sprinkled on top of the meat. Rubs however are rubbed into the meat. After generously applying your rub, massage it into the meat. Be sure to cover every surface. For a thicker coat of seasoning, spices can be pressed into the meat.

Can You Use Rubs on Ground Meat?

Many rubs go great on ground beef to make tasty and crispy burgers. It’s all about finding the right flavors and combinations. As a general rule of thumb, you want to add 2 tablespoons of rub for each pound of meat.

How Do You Make Meat Taste Good?

One surefire way to make meat taste good is to use fresh and high-quality ingredients, including seasonings and BBQ rubs. If you’ve had a seasoning sitting on your shelf for years, it may be time to replace it with something fresher.

Cooking the meat for the right amount of time is paramount—you don’t want to overcook and have your meat turn out charred and flavorless. Using flavorful seasonings and rubs will transform your meal, whether you’re making burgers, sausage, chicken, or tacos.

What Herbs Go Well With Beef?

The heavy and piney flavors of certain herbs pair wonderfully with beef since it already has a strong flavor. Basil, parsley, rosemary, sage, and time all bring out the naturally existing flavors of beef. When you add fresh herbs to the meat it can enhance it in ways that delight your taste buds. One of our most popular beef seasonings is our Truffle Butter Seasoning.

Sizzling Steak Seasonings

Looking for seasonings that add the right amount of sizzle to your steak? Don’t look any further than Prime Time Buttery Beef Rub which provides the perfect buttery and fiery kick to your steak. When you coat your steak in olive oil before loading up on the buttery rub, you’ll end up with a mouthwatering steak.

Better Burger Seasoning

Fire up the grill and get ready for a scrumptious burger seasoning that takes traditional backyard fare to a whole new level. The Backyard Better Burger seasoning has notes of butter, garlic, and pepper for a homemade delight that beats out the rest.

Hit the Jackpot With This BBQ Rub

Tangy honey mustard and warm spices mesh together into the ultimate rub with the Jackpot Carolina Gold Honey Mustard BBQ Rub. Apply generously as a seasoning for pork chops and you can bet your last dollar that they’ll get gobbled right up.

What’s in Italian Seasoning?

Italian Seasoning is versatile and makes a great addition to veggies, potatoes, pizzas, pasta, dips, and meats alike. The Good Fella Italian Herbs seasoning will be a kitchen staple with its blend of garlic, rosemary, thyme, basil, parsley, oregano, and salt and pepper.

Shake Up Your Seasonings

Add the perfect seasoning or rub to your next meal with PS Seasoning’s expert blends. Whether you’re looking for a new taco seasoning, wild game seasoning, BBQ rub, or just something to spice up the kitchen, you’ve come to the right place.

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