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Old 06-17-2012, 02:12 PM   #11
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Old 06-17-2012, 03:14 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by vitauta View Post
what is in montreal seasoning?
One of many products by McCormick. It can be found in most super markets.

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Dang, Paymaster! Looks fantastic!
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Originally Posted by vitauta View Post
what is in montreal seasoning?
From Wikipedia:

"Montreal steak seasoning, also known as Montreal steak spice, Canadian steak seasoning or Canadian steak spice is a spice mix used to flavor steak and grilled meats that was based on the pickling dry-rub mix used in preparing Montreal smoked meat.[1] The smoked meat seasoning itself was descended from pickling mixes used in Eastern Europe or Romanian Jewish cuisine. The primary constituents of Montreal steak seasoning including garlic, coriander, black pepper, red pepper flakes, dill seed, and salt.[2][3] The spice mix recipe varies slightly among restaurants and manufacturers.

"The Montreal deli Schwartz's is credited with the creation of Montreal steak seasoning. The story of its creation is that a Schwartz's broilerman by the name of Morris "The Shadow" Sherman, during the 1940s and 1950s began adding the deli's smoked meat pickling spices to his own rib and liver steaks. Soon the customers began asking for the same. Due to its popularity, it eventually became a norm in Montreal delis and steakhouses to spice their steaks similarly."

That sounds about right. We get some good restaurant steak, here in Montréal.
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Gonna have to crank the Egg upto 700-750 and give that a sizzle!

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