Pirate Jonny’s Caribbean BBQ Rubs, Seasonings and Sauces Features Spice and Sauce Gift Sets for a Treasure Chest of Flavor
'Tis The Seasoning for Pirate Jonny's sauce and spice gift sets where the consumer picks the flavors.
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Pirate Jonny's Caribbean BBQ rubs, seasonings and sauces is now giving the gift of rubs, seasonings and sauces in packaged sets of 3-4 rubs and seasonings or 4 sauces. The consumer can pick any flavor from the entire line of 10 spices and 4 sauces. Another specialty gift available is Pirate Jonny's Chef Flasks. Pirate Jonny's crosses the spectrum of grilling to include cooking in the oven, stove or crock pot. The products can also be used on cold items as well. These seasoning and rub blends are amazing on ribs, chicken, fish and vegetables. The rubs are a touch of the classic BBQ combined with the flavors of the Caribbean. The seasoning line is comprised of Cuban Mojo, a classic dry Mojo which saturates into the meat versus the liquid version. The Tampa Bay Key Lime Chili is perfect for fish, chicken and vegetables. A Jamaican Jerk (hot and mild) seasoning is unique in its sweet floral version, appealing to any pallet. The Caribbean Roundup Steak Rub is made with coffee and cocoa for a deep rich flavor and the newest Cajun Pirate seasoning has been added to the line based on customer request and prompted by Pirate Jonny's wife originally from New Orleans. Pirate Jonny's Recipes are available to see this spectrum in a ready to print format that helps everyone cook with ease, versatility and delicious flavor. Pirate Jonny's eliminates the question of what should be prepared for dinner. The all natural product line is a blend of healthy ingredients with no MSG, no gluten and is low sodium which is typically family friendly in heat levels. Product selections are also available for those who like it hot as well. To see reviews and awards of Pirate Jonny's creations, go to the blog page which also has additional recipe selections. Pirate Jonny's, a treasure chest of the Caribbean
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