Steak Seasoning
Steak Seasoning

Raising the Steaks

Raising the Steaks ★★★★★ 5 1 customer reviews
5 1
Full house? This is the seasoning to please them all
Raising the Steaks Recipes

Who better to design a Montreal style seasoning than the Canadian co-founder of Dizzy Pig, Mike Kerslake? (Answer: No one.) While Montreal-style seasonings have been around for ages, Dizzy Pig truly reinvented the game with Raising the Steaks. Not only does this garlic-infused barbecue rub offer plenty of inspiration for beef steaks, vegetables and stir fry, just think of all the puns now available to you!

But far be it from us to spend our time on puns when we could instead tell you how great this Montreal seasoning is. Scented with coriander and dill seed, perfectly balanced with only a hint of red pepper heat, it’s ideal for a full house. Complementing any cut of beef or chicken, you’ll never be cooking blind. It’s your call whether to put it on brisket, prime rib, fish or anything else fit for the grill. Okay … we’ll stop now. Your turn to make magic. (Really, we’re done.)

  • Great balance of sharp and round flavors
  • Buttery flavor
  • Higher in salt than other Dizzy Pig products
  • Garlic backdrop
  • Slightly spicy from crushed red pepper
Our Favorite On
  • Steaks
  • Brisket
  • Prime Rib
  • Chicken
  • Fish
  • Vegetables
  • All beef
  • All chicken
  • Most any protein
  • Stews and soups

Customer Reviews

Transform any cut into steak like meal

5 5 1
These seasonings are amazing. I use Happy Nancy on everything from cold cut sandwiches, to salads, to grilled chicken breast. Raising The Steak coupled with my husband's skills on the Big Green Egg transforms any cut of meat (chicken, pork, steak) into a delicious steak like meal. It's even great on mushrooms. I also like to use Mediterranean-ish to turn any pasta dish or salad into a gourmet meal. I have 3 different digestive disorders that hinder my ability to eat much of anything, but with Dizzy Pig Seasonings, the small amount of food I can eat is delicious.

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