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Penzeys Spices ?

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Have never gotten anything there, but know they have a good reputation.

 

Look into their various peppercorns.....and I believe they have pink peppercorns, which are drool.gif

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I use a combo of their BBQ 3000, Galena Street & Cajun for a dry rub on ribs for the smoker. This rub took some tinkering to get it right but that combo is awsome. About equal parts 24 hours before going in the smoker.

The 3000 also is good on burgers. Sorry, I don't cook inside (the deck is mine, the kitchen is the wife's) so I can't help there.

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My dilemma starts with the cinnamon: China, Indonesian, Ceylon or Vietnamese?

Then there must be 180 different rubs. Does anyone have a favorite?

 

Pink peppercorns.icon14.gif Thanks Steve.

 

I'll also get the "Whole Special Extra Bold Indian Black Peppercorns" as well because "only ten pounds out of every ton of pepper makes this grade".

I can cop a quarter lb for $4.79.

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You know what I would do?

Get some whole spices to be ground as needed.

Whole cumin toasted and ground is SO much better than ground

Whole allspice-out of this world

The peppercorns.

Dried chilis

Dill seed

Fenugreek

Cardamom. coriander

whole clove

whole cinnamon

 

the whole spices store longer, and if you want you can vac seal and freeze the things till the cows come home.

 

Krups coffee grinder, 25 bucks

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Quote from Little--

"You know what I would do?

Get some whole spices to be ground as needed...Krups grinder..."

 

How hard is it to get the smell/taste of a spice out of the grinder, so the next spice isn't affected?

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View PostQuote from Little--

"You know what I would do?

Get some whole spices to be ground as needed...Krups grinder..."

 

How hard is it to get the smell/taste of a spice out of the grinder, so the next spice isn't affected?

 

I wipe mine out with a damp towel right after and it works ok.

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