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I grew up in West Texas where my parents worked in agriculture. As a family we moved to South Texas and that is where my BBQ journey began. My family in the Rio Grande Valley BBQ like every day (it was really weekends but felt like every day). Carnita Asada was like a religion. BBQ was a must every weekend. Until today my family’s tradition continues. As years passed, I would experiment with seasoning and rubs with my cooking/grilling. The combination of spices/ rubs was inspired by my mom’s cooking. She would make her Mexican food and with her mixed Spices, I introduced this too traditional rubs into my seasoning. Yes, it’s true! Some of our rubs have a Spanish twist meaning, flavor. Trust me, it combines with BBQ and everyday cooking. I thought to myself, “this would be great to have a Latin flare in BBQ rubs and seasonings.” These can also be used for everyday cooking. It is designed for everyone’s pallet.