This weekend signifies your turn to host summer’s last hurrah. You’ve got the grill and the grilling accessories, but how about a little flavor to make your food stand out?
Whether or not you bought one of the variety of grills offered at Bekins, we encourage everyone to come in for the accessories that go with them. If you have a Kamado-style or gas grill, we have you covered with griddles, pizza stones, starters, charcoal and much more. You can even get a 3-piece set of tongs, spatula, and a grill fork for $6.99!
Yet, have you tried some of our sauces and rubs? Many come in traditional flavors, but we also offer ways to provide a unique kick to your feast this weekend.
GRILLING SAUCES AND RUBS AT BEKINS
BIG GREEN EGG BARBECUE SAUCE
Big Green Egg says to try their sauces with your favorite pizza and calzones, or try some in place of ketchup for burgers and fries. Kick up the flavor of baked beans and potatoes, mix them in your favorite meatloaf or spice up your Bloody Mary mix. Zesty Mustard Honey and Vidalia Onion Sriracha might really mix it up at your feast.
KAMADO JOE GOURMET MEAT RUB
Kamado Joe says all of their rubs are specially formulated with organic evaporated cane juice as well as corn starch to keep the sugars from liquefying and dissipating. The formula leaves more flavor in your grilled meats along with less risk of burning and blackening. Maybe try the Peach or Warm Spice flavors to test your taste buds this weekend.
BOURBON BARRELL KENTUCKYAKI
The Kentucky-style hot and spicy teriyaki sauce adds flavor to beef, pork, chicken, fish, stir-fry and grilled veggies.
WOODFORD RESERVE BOURBON SUGAR
In the vanilla flavor, a Bourbon Madagascar Vanilla Bean is added to raw Demerara sugar to enhance the rich caramel flavors with a hint of vanilla for added complexity. Try sprinkling it on grilled salmon.
DIZZY PIG GOURMET GAME ON! WILD GAME/RED MEAT SEASONING
Fresh coffee, chipotle chiles, and a hint of ginger provide some of the unique touches to Game On! Seasoning works best on venison, game and red meat. It can also flavor soups, stews and pan dishes. You can even use it as a finishing spice.