Craving that fresh off the grill flavor? The Great American Spice Company has your 'secret recipe' the next time you grill. Flavor your favorite chicken, burgers, ribs, seafood, and more with our best selling charcoal flavoring. Add a little to your barbeque sauce or top off steaks for that distinct charcoal aroma and taste.
The Great American Spice Company's genuine charcoal flavoring and dry rub can be used any time you want that delicious hot-off-the-grill flavor of charcoal. This unique seasoning can be used directly or mix it in with your sauce. Whether you're pan-frying, broiling, or grilling with propane, now you can enjoy the flavor of summer all year long! Add a dash to your favorite dishes for a cookout taste any time of year.
"The Charcoal Seasoning we got from the Great American Spice Company is one of our favorites! It's perfect to dash on a burger; it also makes a succulent charcoal flavored steak and finger-lickin' good ribs. We love to use it in the winter time or anytime we have to cook inside, it reminds the whole family of summer!"
-Randy Marsh, Keystone, SD
Stuck indoors? Now you can capture the distinct essence, aroma, and flavor of charcoal any time. Whether your apartment will not allow a grill or the weather outside is frightful, the Great American Spice Company's charcoal flavoring will deliver genuine grill flavor with all activated charcoal and other spices and ingredients with no fillers. Soon to be a family favorite, enjoy the zest of grilling out all year.
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Posted by Unknown on 26th Sep 2014
I mixed into my hamburger and grilled on a gas grill. Everyone thought that I had bought a new charcoal grill because of the taste in the hamburgers.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Sep 2014
I really like the flavor I get from using the charcoal seasoning. I felt the price is good and service excellent.
Posted by bob chmura on 19th Sep 2014
dextrose detracted from charcoal flavor, overly sweet. also, too much salt.
Posted by bernita on 3rd Sep 2014
I mix this with a homemade mixed seasoning which gives it a little more texture.. It is very powdery and is much better if mixed with a salt mix seasoning. Overall I would recommend this product if you're looking for a Durkee Charcoal replacement. I love it!!
Posted by Susan Johnson on 21st Aug 2014
Durkee used to make this years ago and nothing was even comparable. Finally found a reason to eat beef again!
Posted by David S. Pearson on 27th Jun 2014
While this seasoning is the first real charcoal seasoning I have found in some time it does not seem to have the same flavor as the McCormack seasoning I used to use all the time. It does help flavor the meat but does not seem to have the true charcoal taste.
Posted by Genevieve Ott on 23rd Jun 2014
I will be reordering it again in the near future so I don't run out of it or just in case they don't make it anymore. I have been looking for this for some time it does make your meat etc. taste like it came off the grill. Thank you
Posted by Optional on 11th Jun 2014
This is THE spice you want, if you like the flavor of naturally grilled food - over a charcoal fire. Nothing else comes even close. The flavor is exactly right.
The guy who whined about the price of this spice probably also whines about the price of the darned old beach sand in his windows, after the company messed with it a bit and turned it into glass. Those rotted trees and bones and stuff that runs his car (or city bus) is also too expensive. I wonder if he just grazes in his back yard, rather than paying for food.
This spice would be worthwhile at even twice the price!
Posted by Paul Sussman on 26th Mar 2014
What a rip-off...powdered charcoal for $7.00.... Tastes like crap
Posted by Unknown on 24th Mar 2014
I have been using charcoal seasoning for many years, then super markets stop selling it. Ordered through the Durkee company until they discontinued it. Found it through The Great American Company several years ago. Use it on all meats and fish products. I get raves on my roasted chicken, using this seasoning. Puts great flavoring on meats and fish.
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