Steak Set (2-pc.) by Bobby Flay
Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the country and changing the way America thinks about southwestern food, Bobby Flay launches ... See complete description »
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Nothing conjures up a better image of bold flavors and a fiery grill than the mention of chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and television host Bobby Flay. More than 15 years after awakening palates across the country and changing the way America thinks about southwestern food, Bobby Flay launches a new line of trademark sauces and rubs.
The Mesa Grill and Bobby Flay Signature Collections - each based on Flay's favorite spice and flavor blend - were created to punch up the flavor of meats, seafood and poultry with ease. These unique combinations of sweet and savory flavors can bring out the master chef in every home.
- One 9.7-oz. Mesa Grill Steak Sauce: This sauce has bold, spicy and sweet flavors that are reminiscent of the Southwest.
- One 3.4-oz. Steak Rub: Rub generously on beef, pork or lamb before cooking to add flavor and spice.
another great product for the budding cook.
Great combination of spices. Excellent with all types of meat and chicken.
Haven't used it yet....It is intended to be used as a Christmas Gift. If it's from Bobby Flay, I'm sure it's GOOD!!
IN THE PAST I PURCHASED FLAY'S STEAK RUB SEASONING & CONSIDERED NOT JUST THE BEST STEAK RUB SEASONING, BUT THE BEST MIXED SEASONING I'VE EVER PURCHASED. SO FAR THIS ONE (MADE BY A DIFFERENT MANUFACTURER) SEEMS VERY GOOD & IF ITS THE SAME "MIX", THEN I'LL GIVE IT A BETTER RATING.....I HAVE TO TEST IT MORE.
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