Cee Dawg Seasonings = Doggone Good

16 Sep

I ran into these folks at the Sarasota Reds annual Wing Fest at Ed Smith Stadium. Nice folks — and they make a very tasty spice blend. They dominated the competition at Wing Fest, so I approached them and asked for a sample bottle of their Chicken Wing Rub. They were kind enough to oblige.

One whiff of the stuff and you can tell there’s lots of garlic in there. That’s a good thing in my book! Here is the intro on their web page —

CeeDawg is the brain-child of a working chemist, with a love for easy, flavorful, and healthy meals. Created in 1999, our products have a strong following in the Mid-Atlantic, and now we are unleashing the flavor on the rest of the world. One try and we think that you too will say “I’ve been bitten by the Dawg”.

A homemade blend of herbs and spices that will give your foods amazing flavor! They’re so easy to use anyone can make great tasting wings, burgers, soups, stews, salads and much more.

CeeDawg rubs are tasty, easy to use, and great on more than just meats! Mix and match our rubs with different meats and sauces, spice up your veggies and pastas. Grill to your heart’s delight, simply oven bake or even crock pot a thing or two!
 

 

For more information, sail on over to www.ceedawg.com

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3 Responses to “Cee Dawg Seasonings = Doggone Good”

  1. ashley October 27, 2008 at 3:32 pm #

    I love Ceedawg too! The steak rub is out of this world. The chicken rub I use on just about everything.
    Ashley
    Richmond, VA

  2. Paul October 31, 2008 at 1:43 am #

    I’m kickin’ it with the chicken! Try some on oven-roasted potatoes!!!!!

  3. pete October 31, 2008 at 3:48 am #

    Check out the website http://www.CeeDawg.com for Paul’s ‘World Famous” CeeDawg Bar Burgers! This man knows how to do a burger!!! No need for ketchup on this one.
    Got or need a recipe for CeeDawg? Visit the website , share it with the ‘DAWG’.
    Life is short, eat well.

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