Home Farm Herbery

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Summer time is outdoor cooking time.


Summer time is outdoor cooking time.


Why not try some of Home Farm Herbery’s Famous Baby Back Rib Dry Rub which is great on any meat, poultry or seafood.

 


Rubs are better than marinades for large pieces of meat such as briskets and pork butts. For cuts such as these, the internal and external fat melts through the meat during cooking keeping it moist.  They also produce a wonderful, flavorful crust.

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Mediterranean Dry Goat Rub

 


Our Mediterranean Dry Goat Rub makes an excellent meat rub for goat or kids roasts or chops.

Our Home Farm Herbery Organic, chemical-free, Mediterranean Dry Goat Rub makes an excellent meat rub for goat roasts or chops. 

 At Home Farm Herbery we are always striving to make our blends better and our special Mediterranean Dry Goat rub has been improved and contains a subtle blend of organic paprika, pepper, brown sugar, chili powder, onion powder, sea salt, cayenne pepper, rosemary and sage that will make your goat just the way it is done in the Mediterranean.

 
Mediterranean Dry Lamb Rub 

Our Home Farm Herbery Organic, chemical-free, Mediterranean Dry Lamb Rub

makes an excellent meat rub for lamb roasts or chops. Our special Lamb rub contains a subtle blend of Curry, paprika, thyme, basil & cumin that will make your lamb just the way it is done in the Mediterranean. 

Sprinkle a light coating onto lamb and pat into surface of the meat. For the most flavorful results after you have rubbed the seasoning onto your meat then place it in a resealable plastic bag and refrigerate 2 hours before cooking on the grill or in the oven as per your cooking time guide per pound.
 

 
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