Rayz Hot Dry Rub and Spice Cave Wind on Chicken Tenders

Rayz “Hot Dry Rub” and The Spice Cave “Wind” on grilled chicken tenders were both winners. Watch our video to see how good they look and taste!

Dry Rubbed Chicken Tenders with Rayz Hot Dry Rub and The Spice Cave Wind seasoning

You’ve surely heard Guy Fieri say “Winner, winner, chicken dinner”? Yup. When it comes to simple grilled chicken tenders over some good charcoal, you can do almost anything to them!

In this case, we’re using two nice rubs from our shelves.

Rayz Hot Dry Rub

Ingredients: rosemary, honey, allspice, scallions, brown sugar, vinegar, peppers, molasses, garlic, onion, thyme, nutmeg, salt.

Rayz Hot Dry Rub is a dry rub seasoning based on their popular Rayz Jerk Jam product.

The heat level is: Rated 2 out of 5 Stars – just shy of 2.5 on our heat scale. Very spicy but enjoyable by all.

The Spice Cave Wind

Ingredients: dehydrated vegetables, garlic, onions, parsley, himalayan pink salt, spices,
orange peel, chili pepper flakes.

Part of a 4 pack of spices from Kickstarter… The Spice Cave has quite a selection of spice rubs.

“Wind is an herbaceous blend for anything that flies.” So, we’re putting it on chicken.

Rated 1 out of 5 Stars – No heat to speak of. It’s basically an “everything bagel” type of seasoning. But delicious!

HERE’S THE VIDEO OF THE CHICKEN TENDERS

Where to Buy:

Visit RayzJerkJam.com for the Rayz Hot Dry Rub

Visit The Spice Cave for their spice offerings

Disclaimer: We purchased this product for our own personal use and review purposes. No compensation was received. The thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.

We try out the Copper Chef Copper Crisper Air Fryer

In this video, we’re taking the Copper Chef Copper Crisper Air Fryer for a test run.
Up first, French Fries 101.

Electric Air Fryers are all the rage – the current darling of counter-top appliances – with dozens of video reviews on YouTube.

The Copper Chef Copper Crisper is the low-tech version that turns your oven into the “air fryer”.

How well does the Copper Chef Copper Crisper work?

In our video, we cook some frozen french fries to see if this thing really works.

Consisting of a basket on top of a copper sheet pan, this simple device appears to have what you need for “air frying” in your oven.

Watch our video and see for yourself. While you’re watching, please hit the Subscribe button and thumbs up!

Next time we plan on “frying” some chicken wings in the Copper Chef Copper Crisper to see how well it cooks them.

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How to make Naan Bread mini pizzas

Naan bread is my new favorite crust for quick mini pizzas. And they’re so easy to make.

Mini Naan Bread makes a delicious quick mini pizza snack

Next to English Muffin pizzas, these Naan Bread Mini loaves are our new favorite for mini pizza snacks.

Watch as I make them with a “fried pepperoni” version and a delicious anchovy version.

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Year of the Dog Hot Sauce

Not exactly a traditional hot sauce, Year of the Dog, a Thai Chile Pineapple Hot Sauce from Lucky Dog is intensely flavorful.

Year of the Dog video review

In our first ever video review of a hot sauce, we chose the excellent new offering from LuckyDogHotSauce.com called Year of the Dog.

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High Temp Ribs on Rec Tec Mini Pellet Smoker

High temp baby back ribs on the Rec Tec Mini Portable Pellet Smoker Grill

We pushed the temp to 275º and got these baby back ribs done in about 4 hours vs. the usual 6 hours.
These came out great!

How we cooked them:

– Rubbed the ribs with Rossarooski’s Honey Rib Rub from REC TEC Grills
– 1 hour at 245º to get the smoke going from the grill
– 1 hour at 275º – rotating rib racks
– 30 minutes more at 275º
– foiled the ribs and cooked for an additional hour
– removed from foil, sauced, and cooked for 20 minutes to set the sauce

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