Old West Seasoning & Rubs

Old West Game and Garden

Old West Game and Garden is a must on every table.

This blend of flavors  is sure to enrich your game meats,

soups, salads and allows vegetables to burst in your mouth.

Go ahead have more vegetables, your mom would be proud!

INGREDIENTS: Ingredients: Salt, granulated garlic, sugar,

black pepper, granulated onion, cumin, ground celery seed,

cayenne pepper, oregano, thyme, canola

Try on:


Roasted Veggies




Old West Pecan Rub

Old West Pecan Rub brings you the mouthwatering,

nutty, old fashion flavor that takes you back to our roots.

Bring alive your meats and be amazed how the bold flavor

takes you back in time. Ingredients: sugar, salt, brown sugar,

black pepper, spices, paprika, garlic, onion, natural liquid smoke,

less than 2% silicon dioxide to prevent caking.

Try On:


Pork Roasts

Pork Chops

Pork Ribs 

Old West Prime Rib Rub

Old West Prime Rib Rub has the combining influence of

flavors that makes many cowhands close their eyes and

dream. The finer things in life don’t have to be so far away!!

It’s right here in your hand, so go ahead spoil yourself

with the taste you’ll dream about forever! Ingredients: Salt,

Monosodium Glutamate, Sugar, Dextrose, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein,

Caramel Color Powder, Spice, Corn Starch, Onion and

Garlic Powder, Contains: Soy, Sulfites 37 ppm.

Try On:

Prime Rib 


Beef roasts

Old West Steak and Burger

Old West Steak and Burger gives you the feeling of a moon lit

night after the cattle drive. Apply to your steaks and burgers

to experience the flavor that real beef has to offer,

the way grandpa did it! Ingredients: Kosher Salt,

Dehydrated Garlic and Onion, Black and Red Pepper,


Try On:


London Broils


Old West Prairie Fire

Prairie fire gives you that little extra kick in the pants!

This tongue flickin combination will make your meat

smoke all by themselves! Well



Add a little heat to any meat with Prairie Fire! 

Old West Barrel Blend 

Barrel Blend is the big secret. This seasoning makes

you actually believe you're in the cellar!! Was the barrel

empty when grandpa smoked the meat, or did he soak it

all together? Who knows! Either way add to any pot-roast

or steak and you can be the judge.