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Friday, February 10, 2012

Simply Marvelous Sweet Seduction Steak-n-Eggs :)

I've been fortunate to meet some very nice folks in the cooking world over the last few years, and one of them is good friend Steph of the Simply Marvelous BBQ Catering Company in Ventura California.
Not only is Steph an excellent chef with a popular catering business, he has developed his own line of BBQ Dry Rubs . He's a talented guy! :)

One of my favorites is his Cherry Rub , I love it on venison and beef. His Pecan Rub is great on fish .... actually it's good on chicken, pork, hmmmm... just about anything. :)

I've been hearing great things about the Simply Marvelous Sweet Seduction, Season All and Spicy Apple Rubs. I just had to try them!



Steph threw in a bag of Peppered Cow, which passed my pinky finger test with flying colors. I hope to cook with it soon. :)





I drizzled a couple of steaks with olive oil and gave them a liberal sprinkling of Simply Marvelous Sweet Seduction....



Seasoned a few potatoes with the Simply Marvelous Season All....



Onto the Hasty Bake cooker with a bit of hickory added for smoke....





When the potatoes were tender, I moved them to the top shelf and cooked a few eggs in butter...





The Sweet Seduction Steaks, eggs and Season All fried potatoes...



Now I know what everyone has been talking about, I loved both dry rubs. I want to try the Sweet Seduction on pork next time, or maybe some grilled fruit... or ... my mind is full of ideas! The Season All will be great on anything. I'm thinking baked potatoes, veggies, maybe even popcorn. :)



Not sure if you will see this Steph but if you do.. Thanks friend! Your dry rubs are excellent. You definately know what you're doin'. :)

12 comments:

Big Dude said...

Those last two shots made my stomach growl. That would be a delicious meal to start or end the day with.

lisa said...

I wonder, do you ever cook on a stove in the house ;) That looks good and you sound like a pretty good chef yourself.

panthers76 said...

Lookin good Jeanie. Haven't seen eggs in that much butter for a long time...

How would you compare the peppered cow to Dizzy Pigs Cow Lick?

Thanks,

Bill

cowgirl said...

Thanks Larry! It's definalely a stick to your ribs meal. :)
Hope you are having a great weekend!

cowgirl said...

lol Thanks Lisa! I do cook on the stove but it seems like I haven't for awhile. :) Hope you're having a nice weekend!

cowgirl said...

lol Thanks Bill! I like to baste the eggs with butter to set the tops. It's easier for me to do than flipping them on the grill. :)
I've not tried Dizzys cow lick yet but hope to soon.

Thanks again Bill!

panthers76 said...

Thanks Jeanie.

I look forward to your comparison when you give it a whirl...

Have a good one,

Bill

Chris said...

You just inspired my dinner for tonight! Flat iron steak and eggs it is.

cowgirl said...

Thanks Bill, After I posted a reply to you I did the pinky test on both rubs. They are both tasty, the Simply Marvelous Peppered Cow seems to be more coarse, and maybe has more pepper. It also has a nice kick to it that I couldn't identify. It has a wider range of flavors. (not sure if that makes sense)
I'll still let you know how they cook up. :)
Thanks Bill!!

cowgirl said...

Chris that sounds great!! I know anything you come up with is gonna be killer. :)
Thanks!

Dave~ said...

Now THAT'S a beautifull meal! That steak looks perfect! I don't know how you manage to stay so trim and lovely. I gain weight just reading you blog! lol

Dave~

cowgirl said...

Dave, Thanks! You should see what I eat on the days I don't cook.. lol
Usually a couple of olives or popcorn. :)
Hope all is well in your part of the US. :)