So simple, so delicious!. From start to finish Done in Minutes All These spice packs are fabulous on wild game in a slow cooker, instapot or skillet. Its so good it even makes crow / grackel /blackbirds taste great. Just ask Josh
(1) Bolognese meal starter is also great in the slow cooker and wow does it smell great when you walk in the door. Truly one pot meal - even your pasta is cooked in the slow cooker or instant pot. All premium spice blend with none of the added junk. Clean eating at it's best. Made with no gluten containing ingredient . Don't ask Josh he thought it was a bologna mix. Great with dear, elk
(2) Delicious pulled pork or chicken seasoning mix. No salt or sugar added. One of our most popular slow cooker seasoning mixes - can also be used in oven or smoker. All premium spice blend with none of the added junk. You can use this on ram, goat ,wild hog also.
(3) Honey Chipotle Rub is one of our most popular rubs. The chipotle delivers a little bit of heat and the honey delivers the sweet, for a not too sweet not too hot rub. Terrific on salmon, chicken, pork, pretty much everything including fruit and vegetables. Great on dove then rap with bacon.
(5) Julia's Pantry Wild Boar Sweet 'n Sassy Sauce and Marinade is unique BBQ Sauce in a Bag that allows you to design your own sauce, marinade or vinaigrette. Just add 1 quart of your favorite vinegar (Apple Cider, Balsamic, Pear, Rice, Fig or Red Wine Vinegar, etc.) to the seasoning packet, mix well and allow to "cure" overnight. Imagine creating your own unique marinade or BBQ sauce, in flavor and character, by using a different vinegar. In Eastern North Carolina, we pair Wild Boar Sweet ' n Sassy BBQ Spice Mix with apple cider vinegar to create an authentic "pig pickin' BBQ sauce. The pork is cooked overnight on hickory coals and then chopped or sliced. The final step is to generously pour the sauce over the pork. For London broil, we actually divide the seasoning pack and mix half with Balsamic Vinegar, the other half with Red Wine Vinegar, then add oil to make a marinade. Allow to marinate overnight and then grill