Cob after cob, BELT FED will be racked up at your dinner table. For best results, try a light coating of olive oil and BELT FED on grilled corn! BELT FED can also be used on other grilled veggies to bring a truly unique flavor to your plate!
As you know, our goal is to target at least three distinct flavor notes with our blends. For BELT FED, those flavors are Sweet, Salty, Zesty with No Heat!
We take our flavor game as serious as it gets. Let's just say we tend to push it to the max...
One night in June, I was out to dinner with my family and I ordered a thick ribeye with veggie on the side. The chefs choice for the veggie option was corn on the cob.
Now, being from Western Pennsylvania, I grew up on meat and corn. When the waiter brought the corn out, I was less than impressed. The corn sat there watery, waxy, dull, plain, and I wanted nothing more but to dump it in the trash. I gave it the benefit of the doubt and took a few bites. although it tasted "ok", I thought to myself, "I wish I had some seasonings with me."
The idea was born...
The next day, my team and I began work on the BELT FED concept.
Why stop at salt and pepper when we've found that a light dusting of smokey paprika, celery and dill, and some onion makes corn taste like nothing you've ever eaten?
Like I said above, we tend to push it to the max...
Buy a one-way ticket, because with a simple dusting of BELT FED and you're never goin' back. :-)
Now, I know... I know... "But, Casey.... corn is corn, bro."
Trust me when I say it, you're going to love it.
Butter warm corn, and then dust an ample amount of BELT FED over the entire cob!
The misses and I used it as a rub on smoked chicken. We love the flavor it gave it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
As with all the seasonings and sauces I've bought this one didn't disappoint, great on potatoes and corn. Can't wait to try it out on some fish
Love using tact calories seasonings! Throw some on even frozen corn, throw some bacon in, some feta cheese and mayo and bbq sauce! you got a dish that wont have leftovers.
I got my seasoning in the other day and was trying it out tonight... I used this on some corn and chicken. It was a hit on both. Great flavor and everyone was asking what it was! I will be ordering more.
Only tried it on corn so far but so far so good. Not spicey.