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Spices for rubs etc.
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Spices for rubs etc.
I am wondering if anyone would like to go shares in a whole selection of spices for rubs.

I would love to enlarge my spice shelves, but to get a little of everything can cost an arm and a leg.

I have found a supplier and wonder if anyone else is in the same boat, perhaps if we buy the ingredients we want even as a single bottle then split it up by weight between us we could get the spice cupboards full a little at a time?

I am working on the list, I will post it when I have it.[list]
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All Purpose Seasoning
Allspice, Ground * $7.99/1lb
Allspice, Whole
Alum Powder
Ancho Chile Powder * $6.99/1lb
Ancho Chile, Whole Dried
Anaheim Chile Powder (New Mexico)
Anaheim Chile, Whole Dried (New Mexico)
Anise Seed * $5.29/1lb
Anise Star
Annatto Seed
Apple Pie Spice
Arrowroot Powder
Au Jus Mix

B
Basil
Basil, Ground * $5.49/1lb
Bay Leaves, Whole
Bay Leaves, Ground * $6.19/1lb
Beer Extract Powder * $7.99/1lb
Beet Powder
Black Pepper Steak Spice
Blacken Seasoning, Louisiana
Barbecue Blend, Hickory Smoked
Barbecue Seasoning

C
Cajun Seasoning
Caraway Seed, Whole
Caraway Seed, Ground * $4.99/1lb
Cardamom, Ground * $13.29 * /9oz container
Cardamom Seed
Cardamom, Whole Green
Cardamom, Whole White
Carrots, Dehydrated
Caribbean Jerk Seasoning
Celery Flakes
Celery Salt
Celery Seed, Ground * $3.99/1lb
Celery Seed, Whole * $3.99/1lb
Char-Broil Seasoning
Chervil
Chile, Anaheim, Whole Dried (New Mexico)
Chile, Anaheim, Ground (New Mexico) * $7.99/1lb
Chile, Ancho, Whole Dried
Chile, Anchos Ground * $6.99/1lb
Chile, Chipotle Ground * $10.99/1lb
Chile, Guajillo Ground * $6.99/1lb
Chili Mix
Chile Peppers, Red Whole
Chili Powder, Premium
Chinese 5-Spice Powder
Chives
Cilantro Leaves
Cinnamon, Ground Premium (3 % oil)
Cinnamon, Ground Saigon (6% oil)
Cinnamon Chips
Cinnamon Sticks-1"
Cinnamon Sticks-2 3/4"
Cinnamon Sticks-3 1/2"
Cinnamon Sticks-4"
Cinnamon Sticks, Ceylon 5"
Cinnamon Sticks-6"
Cinnamon Sticks-10"
Cinnamon Sticks-12"
Cinnamon Sticks-16"
Cinnamon Sugar
Citric Acid/Sour Salt
Cloves, Ground
Cloves, Whole Fancy
Coriander, Ground * $3.99/1lb
Coriander, Whole
Cream of Tartar
Creole Seasoning
Crushed Red Pepper-40K
Crushed Red Pepper-60K
Cumin, Ground * $5.39/1lb
Cumin Seed
Curry Powder

D
Dill Seed, Whole
Dill Seed, Ground * $4.89/1lb
Dill Weed
Dipping Oil Herbs

F
Fennel Seed, Whole
Fennel Seed, Cracked
Fennel Seed, Ground * $4.99/1lb
Fenugreek, Whole
Fenugreek, Ground * $5.99/1lb
File` Gumbo
Fleur de Sel

G
Garam Masala
Garlic, Minced * $4.69/1lb
Garlic, Minced Roasted
Garlic Pepper, California Style
Garlic Powder, Premium
Garlic, Granulated
Garlic, Granulated Roasted
Garlic Seasoning, Gourmet
Garlic Salt
Ginger, Ground * $4.99/1lb
Ginger, Crystallized
Ginger Root
Greek Seasoning
Green Bell Pepper
Green Onions, Minced
Gumbo File`


H
Habanero Pepper, Ground * $18.99/1lb
Habanero Pepper Rub
Herbs de Provence
Herbs for Dipping Oil
Hickory Smoked Barbecue Blend
Hickory Smoke Powder
Hickory Smoked Salt
Honey Powder * $7.99/1lb
Horseradish Powder * $8.99

I
Italian Seasoning, Premium

J
Jalapeno Pepper, Ground * $13.99/1lb
Juniper Berries * $6.49/1lb

K
Ketchup Spice

L
Lavender
Lemon Peel * $8.49/1lb
Lemon Pepper, Gourmet
Lemon Juice Powder
Lime Juice Powder
Lime Pepper

M
Mace, Ground
Marjoram
Marjoram, Ground * $5.39/1lb
Mesquite Seasoning
Mexican Spice, Gourmet
Molasses Powder
Monosodium Glutamate
Mulling Spice
Mustard, Ground * $4.29/1lb
Mustard Seed * $3.99/1lb
Mustard Seed, Black/Brown


N
Nutmeg, Ground
Nutmeg, Whole


O
Old Gulf Seafood Seasoning
Onion, Chopped
Onion, Minced
Onion, Minced Toasted
Onion, Granulated
Onion, Granulated Toasted
Onion Powder
Green Onions, Minced
Onion Salt
Orange Peel, Granules * $8.29/1lb
Orange Juice Powder
Oregano, Whole
Oregano, Ground * $4.69/1lb


P
Paprika
Paprika, Hungarian
Paprika, Smoked Hot
Paprika, Smoked Sweet * $8.99/1lb
Paprika, Spanish
Parsley
Parsley Granules
Pepper, Red Bell Granules
Pepper, Red Sweet Bell
Peppercorn Rub
Peppermint Leaves
Pickling Spice
Pizza Topper
Popcorn Seasonings
Poppy Seed
Poultry Seasoning
Pumpkin Pie Spice

PEPPERS
Anchos Chili, Ground * $6.99/1lb
Black Pepper, Ground 34 mesh * $5.39/1lb
Black Pepper, Cracked 6 mesh
Black Pepper, Butcher's Grind 10 mesh
Black Pepper, Gourmet Dustless 28 mesh
Black Pepper, Restaurant Grind 22 mesh
Black Malabar Peppercorns
Black Sarawak Peppercorns
Black Tellicherry Peppercorns
Chile Peppers, Red Whole
Chipotle Pepper, Ground * $10.99/1lb
Crushed Red Pepper--40K * $5.99/1lb
Crushed Red Pepper--60K * $5.99/1lb
Green Bell Pepper Flakes
Green Peppercorns
Jalapeno, Ground * $13.99/1lb
Pink Peppercorns
Red Ground Cayenne Pepper-40K * $5.39/1lb mild
Red Ground Cayenne Pepper-60K * $5.39/1lb medium
Red Ground Cayenne Pepper-90K * $5.69/1lb PUNGENT!
Red Ground Cayenne Pepper-160K * $5.99/1lb HOT!!!
Red Bell Pepper Granules
Red Bell Pepper Flakes
White Muntok Pepper, Ground * $6.99/1lb

PEPPERCORNS
Black Malabar
Black Tellicherry
White Muntok
Mixed 4 Color
Szechuan
Tuxedo Blend
Green
Pink

R
Rosemary, Whole
Rosemary, Cracked
Rosemary, Ground * $4.79/1lb

S
Saffron, Ground and Whole
Sage, Ground
Sage, Rubbed
Savory, Ground * $6.39/1lb
Savory, Whole
Sausage Seasoning, Mild
Sausage Seasoning, Hot
Salsa Seasoning
Salt, Cure
Salt, Grey
Salt, Sea Fine * $2.69/1lb
Salt, Sea Medium * $2.69/1lb
Salt, Sea Coarse Grind * $2.79/1lb
Salt, Fleur de Sel
Salt Flour/Superfine Salt
Salt, Hickory Smoked * $4.69/1lb
Salt, Pretzel Flake
Seafood Rub
Seafood Seasoning, Old Gulf
Sesame Seed, White
Sesame Seed, Black * $3.99/lb
Sesame Seed, Natural * $3.99/lb
Sesame Seed, Tuxedo Blend
Shallots
Soy Sauce Powder
Spearmint Leaves
Spinach Flakes
Steak Seasoning
Steak Seasoning, Canadian Style
Steak Seasoning, Black Pepper Steak Spice


T
Tarragon Leaves
Tomato Powder
Thyme, Whole
Thyme, Ground * $5.19/1lb
TriCalcium Phosphate
Turmeric, Ground * $5.29/1lb

V-W
Vanilla Beans
Vegetable Flakes
Vinegar Powder
Worcestershire Powder
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The items with the * are those I will be wanting to get.

Items go as high as about $19.00 per / 1lb plastic bag, but most are $5.00 - $9.00.

Respice, adspice, prospice. Latin proverb.
Respice = you didn't use enough spice the first time! adspice = you ought to add spice, you know? prospice = you should be an advocate for spice!
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Beer extract powder???
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I know another way to get beer extract... but it doesn't come out as powder. Tongue

I liked the sound of it as an addition to go into a rub, here is what they say about it.

Beer Extract Powder

1 Pound Bulk Plastic Bag $7.99

Bulk Quantity
5 Pounds-$35.95

15 Pounds-$101.85

25 Pounds-$159.75

Usage: Great in rubs and blends.
Contains: Maltodextrin, Dried Beer (barley, malt, corn syrup, hops, yeast).

Respice, adspice, prospice. Latin proverb.
Respice = you didn't use enough spice the first time! adspice = you ought to add spice, you know? prospice = you should be an advocate for spice!
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What sugar do you use?

Turbinado or raw sugar was a help to me. Paul Kirk seems to call it cane sugar in his books. (incorrectly imho if I understood him properly)

Palm sugar is interesting.Simlilar to brown, but different too. A farily wet sugar though. Benefits from some drying.

flavored sugars can be fun to play with too, rosemary sugar, orange sugar, lemon sugar, vanilla sugar. Basically, you bury a fresh rosemary sprig/citrus peel/vanilla bean in some sugar and let it sit a week or so. Stir it around every few days to break up lumps and distribute flavor. It's a subtle thing, more useful for desserts and custards, but the rosemary and citrus do good things to barbecue too IMHO.

Some other dried odditities.

I've seen and used dried wine powders. interesting, but not something that helped my rubs much. Sure helped out some tomato sauce though.

I've seen some dried cheeses. Not that I'm iinterested in them for barbecue. But after reading Raichlen's Ribs book he had a recipe for a "Buffalo" rib. Some dried blue cheese powder might be a fun tweak in that one.

I hadsome of the dried soy sauce powder. It quickly hardedened into a solid lump. I've found it useful in asian rubs now and then though I usually do a paste rub for that now.

But it's clear you use Spices Etc as a source as it's the only place I've seen those odd powders.

I recently picked up some tandoori paste at a Wild Oats? Fairly hot but made the best tandoori chicken I've made at home. Not as good as a realy tandoori, but close. Need to try that on some ribs.


As to spices you might play with that aren't on your list

annato/achiote
sumac
Lemongrass
Zartar/Za'atar, a middle eastern mix, both red and green

Jeff Smith showed recipe for a szechuan pepper dip. It was szechuan pepper and black pepper corns toasted in a dry skillet till fragrant. Cooled, ground, salt added. pretty good and intense. Haven't tried it with barbecue, but maybe I should.
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Espresso powder adds an interesting layer to pork and beef rubs.

Ooops, T...looks like *I* gave away a secret of my own! :wink:

-joe

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06-21-2006 11:16 AM
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I use cocoa powder in one rub. Similar to espresso in some ways.

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A lot of these you can make yourself. And spice flavors last a long time when the seed is left whole, but deteriorate fast when ground. So buy a small coffee grinder and start buying your seed spices whole, then grind (toast and grind in some situations) as much as you need for each cook.

You can buy a lot of the whole spices locally, including all the peppers you mentioned, at Mexican grocery stores. And the hickory salt you can make yourself. Next time you smoke something add a tray of kosher salt and smoke for about an hour. The sea salts are also locally available, though I really like Utah's own RealSalt from the Redmond mine.

For herbs, grow your own parsley, rosemary, basil, thyme, sage, oregano, cilantro, whatever you like.

You're on your own with the beer powder. Though I hear good things about worcestershire and honey powder.
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