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Monday, January 23, 2012

Dizzy Pig Beef Fajitas on my Fancy Little Cooker...

I recieved some sample dry rubs from the kind folks at the Dizzy Pig Dry Rub Company (Thank you!) recently and had the chance to try one this weekend.



I drizzle olive oil on a flat iron steak and seasoned with Dizzy's "Raising the Steaks" dry rub for my first Dizzy Pig taste test. :)



Started my skillet of onions and peppers first... then added the seasoned steak.



It was a nice afternoon..





Heated a few tortillas...







I decided to skip the pico and salsa so I could get a good taste of the dry rub...



It was great! The meat needed no other seasoning.



I'm looking forward to trying the other Dizzy Pig samples.
If the weather cooperates I'll try some this week.
....then again.... I got my fishing license today.. hmmmm...if the weather is nice that will be a tough decision. I guess a fishergirl needs to eat too. :)

26 comments:

LindaG said...

Awesome post as always, Cowgirl.
Good luck wetting the line, too! ;-)

Jim said...

As a black smith, and seeing how much you enjoy fire, I have to ask: Do you have a Coal forge and Anvil? Lets see the black smith shop!

Jim Dorchak

kirby said...

I need that cooker. What's the scoop on it?

Big Dude said...

Looks delicious Jeanie - the meat looks perfect.

BuckHead Trad said...

Looks great as usual! Who makes your Fancy Little Cooker?

cowgirl said...

Thanks Linda! Hope your week is going well. :)

cowgirl said...

Shoot Jim, I didn't know you were a blacksmith! That's great! I would love to have a blacksmith shop... would need lessons to figure out what to do but it would be interesting.
Thanks Jim...

cowgirl said...

Thanks Kirby! It was made by a friend and it was a gift. He thought it would be handy to take camping. I like it a lot but it's a bit heavy . :)

cowgirl said...

Larry thanks! It was kinda tasty! )

cowgirl said...

Thanks Buckhead Trad! The cooker was made by a friend. It comes in handy for small quick cooks. :)

Buddy said...

i was wondering.... since you have a new license that you probably got in oklahoma. did you remember to pick up any fresh stick bait...hehehehe... ;-oo Bud

panthers76 said...

Jeanie,

That looks great. Dizzy Pig makes a good product,

If you have some Pineapple Head, give it a spin on some vanilla ice cream. You'll love it...

Thanks,

Bill

Jim said...

Well Jeanie it is easy. You would need two things to get started. A forge which you can easily build from a brake drum, or purchase from Buffalo Forge a fire pot. You will need an anvil. Do not go to the web retailers because you can usually find a good 75 to 100 lb anvil at $1.00/lb or less at a farm sale or yard sale. You will need a 3 lb hammer and some Bitumonus (sp) coal and some mild steel and you are ready to go. Google ABANA and you will find others in your area.
Jim Dorchak

Chris said...

I like Raising the Steaks. My favorite of theirs would be either Tsunami Spin or Jamaican Firewalk.

Dave~ said...

Wow Jeanie! Been so busy here lately I've missed a few posts. This one is makin me hungry as always. Looking forward to some fishin pics!

Your Friend
Dave~

Nick said...

Jeanie, I love the Dizzy Pig rubs. Their Redeye Express (with coffee in it) is great on burgers and meatloaf. I've also made chicken wings with their Jamaican Firewalk rub. Nice heat to it. I know you like venison. You should check out Oakridge BBQ rubs. You can order them online. They have an excellent venison rub and some other great rubs. -Nick

David said...

Looks great as usual! When does fishing start?

cowgirl said...

lol Buddy! Forgot the stick bait! Hope you're having a great week. Thanks! :)

cowgirl said...

Bill that sounds fantastic! Thanks for the idea. :)

cowgirl said...

Thanks for the info Jim, I will google ABANA. :)
The farm auctions should be starting up here soon. I bet you are right, I could find some stuff there.
Thanks again for the info!

cowgirl said...

Chris, thanks for the heads up. I have a sample of both of those. Looking forward to trying them. Thanks! :)

cowgirl said...

Hey Dave, how have you been? Thanks for stopping by. :)

cowgirl said...

Hi Nick! Good to see ya. :)
Thank you for the tips on the Redeye Express and the Firewalk rubs, I will give them a try!
The Oakridge rubs sound great..I am really interested in the venison one. Thanks Nick...
Hope you are having a great week. :)

cowgirl said...

Thanks David! Fishing starts as soon as I find the time to get out there. :)

Old Smoke said...

The food looks good as usual, Dizzy Pig has got some good stuff.
Can ya post a few more pictures of that cooker it looks kinda handy, I'm gathering info for a build with the new welder...:)

cowgirl said...

Thanks Rick! I will get more pics of it. I think there are some posted somewhere on my blog... I'll round em up. :)