Posts Tagged ‘dry rub’

How to make dry rub base; recipe for three ethnic spice rubs

by on June 5, 2013 in Featured, From the Kitchen

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We are fortunate in Sonoma wine country to be able to fire up the terrace grill almost year-round, but summer is still the season when we grill the most–and stock up on my favorite, ethnic dry rub blends to get us through the season. These rubs can also bring an unexpected, exotic taste to your [...]

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How to make dry rub pork shoulder for your summer parties

by on June 27, 2012 in Featured, From the Kitchen

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One of my favorite meals to cook for backyard parties during summer is a slow-roasted pork shoulder crusted in homemade dry rub. While you’re outside enjoying the weather with friends and family, your meal can be slowly cooking in the oven all day long–and ready to be served when you get home. In this video, I [...]

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Recipe: Roasted Leg of Lamb with Sumac Rub

by on March 12, 2012 in From the Kitchen

Jordan Roasted Leg of Lamb with Sumac Rub Recipe

Inspired by my wife’s Greek family heritage, this Roasted Leg of Lamb recipe makes for a fun, festive main course at a winter dinner party, with its warm spices and rich flavors. The sumac dry rub–product of tinkering with my newest kitchen gadget, a dehydrator–is easy to prepare in advance and brings an exotic touch to [...]

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