Great as a rub on meats
I've used both the Jamaican Jerk and Fiesta Sweet and Tangy but only as a rub on chicken and pork. Although I would have assumed the Jamaican Jerk to be the hotter of the two ... the Fiesta Sweet and Tangy is actually a tad spicier! We loved both but I would recommend sprinkling more onto the meat about 10 minutes before taking it off the grill - which we will do the next time. We make a pretty good rub at home but I've had so many people talk about this I wanted to try it. I do want to try the sweet stuff. The hubby is the sweet eater but I like salty so I'm hoping it is a balance for both of us.
I was very disappointed when I used the Lemon & Garlic seasoning. It's not a recommended product for sauteed green beans. The combination of the spices over-took the flavor of the green beans. Also, the powder texture spices are not good for wet dishes. The seasoning sticks too much to the food. I couldn't eat the green beans as prepared so I added them to some homemade soup.
The Bacon Lovers Seasoning is not a all-purpose product. It's more powder than spice granules. The texture is closer to cornstarch which takes away from the bacon flavor. I don't recommend it for wet dishes because the powder tends to clump.
Great for summer!
These all taste great and this flavor especially was great, used it all summer great on chicken, burgers, even pork and shrimp! Just sprinkle it on and toss it on the grill!