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About Dizzy Dust: Our Flagship Barbecue Rub

  Our craft seasonings are all handcrafted in small batches and locally made in Virginia, USA. Even the most succulent meat needs a pick-me-up now and …

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Five Tips to Flavorful Gravy

Max Rosen not only knows his birds, he knows his gravy too. Here are 5 of his tips to help assure you don’t mess up the …

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Dizzy Tips: Getting the Most Out of Dizzy Pig Seasonings

When you spend your hard-earned money on carefully blended seasonings, the taste of your food should exceed your expectations. But it doesn’t always happen that way. …

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Dizzy Tips: Building Layers of Flavors

Depth of Flavor One of the key reasons Dizzy Pig rubs stand out over the rest is that the flavors hit you on many different levels. …

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Dizzy Tips – Get Spun in the Kitchen!

Here at Dizzy Pig, and with many of our faithful fans, barbecue season goes all year long. But winter weather and the short days drive even …

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Dizzy Tips: The Sear is Near, Cast Iron Cooking

We’ve covered a bunch of cool topics in our Dizzy Tips articles, and it’s been fun sharing what we have learned over the dozen or so …

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Dizzy Tips: Summer Grilling

Whether you own a charcoal or propane grill, a busy summer is definitely the time to crank up the heat and do some high temp grilling …

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Dizzy Tips: Creating a ‘Signature’ Dish

In last month’s newsletter I discussed ideas for refining a recipe and taking it from the initial ‘idea’ stage through to its ‘best’ finished version.

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Dizzy Tips: Persistence Pays Off

Any reader of this newsletter that also competes on the professional cooking competition circuit knows the importance of persistence in refining a recipe to meet your, …

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