- Sprinkle on ribs and bacon.
- Use it as a twist on your next batch of chicken wings.
- Do you like game meat? Apply it to venison or elk.
- Salmon loves this spice.
- Use it as popcorn seasoning.
- Treat inside the corn husk with a bit of butter.
- And the coup de gras use it as the primary flavor in burnt ends (WOW)
- Use it as a component in marinade recipes
- Mix it with bourbon or beer for a luscious sauce.
You can buy Cuso’s Maple Bourbon Rub singly or as part of a four-pack that will keep your grill busy all season long.
Each bottle features the classic Cuso steer’s skull branded on the label.
Ingredients: Brown sugar, Salt, Molasses granules, Maple sugar, Salt, Bourbon Whisky, Smoked paprika, Granulated garlic; Granulated onion, Black pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cayenne Pepper, Allspice, Nutmeg
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PELLET GRILL BABY BACK RIBS
It’s time to rev. up the baby Traeger pellet grill for my baby back ribs. Not to be outdone here, you’ll be making not one, not two, but THREE racks with different taste sensations.
CUSO'S MAPLE BOURBON OLD FASHIONED
Great food deserves equally great drinks. I’ve shared my Tequila Lime habanero Margarita, made with Cuso’s specialized seasonings.
MAPLE BOURBON CRUNCHY PORK BELLY BURNT ENDS
This maple bourbon crunchy pork belly burnt ends recipe developed from two things. First, my new Maple-Bourbon BBQ Rub makes pork sing. Second, I love the crisp texture of chicharron.
I did 5 racks of ribs with all different cuso seasonings and besides the dirt MAPLE BOURBON was top choice
Lovely can do so much with it