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Coastal Cuisine® Dry Rub

A tasty all around dry rub for seafood, chicken and vegetables

  • 2 tablespoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoons ground black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon dried basil
  • 1 tablespoon paprika
  • 1 tablespoon dried tarragon (optional)
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8 Responses to “Coastal Cuisine® Dry Rub”

  1. Pat Padley says:

    I love this rub! We use it all the time now for when we are making salmon… I put a little olive oil on the fish first so the rub sticks better.

    I also suggest adding a teaspoon of lemon peel or actually using real lemon juice when eating it. This cuts through the spicyness of the paprika.

  2. Lewis says:

    Hi, just wondering where I can purchase more of your Cedar Grilling Planks. Bought a bunch at Costco some time ago but they don’t carry them anymore. I’m hooked and need more! Can I order from you directly, or can you point me to one of your retailers? Thanks.

  3. sabina lewis says:

    I love the cedar plank boards, where can I buy them and how long will it it to arrive to South Florida

  4. LMellard says:

    Sabina: please email me at and we can discussion your options for purchase.

  5. Chuck Miller says:

    Where can I buy your cedar planks?

  6. Bill Robinson says:

    The rub is great on grilled Tilapia. Use it on all are grilled fish. Always coat fish with thin coat of olive oil to keep all that rub on!

  7. LMellard says:

    Chuck: You can find them at various Costco locations across the country.

  8. SOrton says:

    Love this rub. I add a bit of dill weed to it as well. I always triple the recipe and keep it stored in a sealed jar. I find I use it on everything, from chicken to grilled veggies. thank you for sharing.

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