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  1. #1
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    Default Montreal Steak now available at Sam's (in my area anyway)

    I've wanted to buy the big containers of montreal steak seasoning for a while now but all Sam's had was the "Canadian Steak seasoning" by Tone's. I was in Sam's the other night and, as always, took a walk down the seasoning isle. And what to my wondering eyes should appear? 29 oz. bottles on Montreal Steak! Walmart sells the 14.5 oz for somewhere around 5 bucks, a little more than 5 I think. I think I paid somewhere around 6.50 for the 29 oz'ers at Sam's. So, if you use it on your steaks, burgers or as part of your rubs then look at your Sam's and see what you can find.
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    Cool, I'll keep an eye out, I love that stuff.
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    Sam's here has the huge a$$ containers as well as 9oz with a built in adjustable grinder in the top. I usually opt for the grinder variation , I think it tastes better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubblehead View Post
    Sam's here has the huge a$$ containers as well as 9oz with a built in adjustable grinder in the top. I usually opt for the grinder variation , I think it tastes better?
    I think it would be better if ground down a bit. I really don't care for it the way it is.

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    love the stuff and didnt know it came in chargrilled sized portions, thanks!!!!
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    I like it in the bigger chunks sprinkled on my tossed salads. I do like the idea of grinding it down for table and rub use. Maybe I'll smoke some and grind it for the table.
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    Another idea for its use:

    My fiancee sprinkled it on some french fries the other day. It was REALLY good!
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    I like the stuff as is but have also ground it down using a coffee/spice grinder
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    Montreal steak seasoning is good stuff!

    I only use it on burgers now.I used it so much I got kinda burnt out on it.
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