This seasoning's robust flavor makes all of your grilled creations come alive. The prize winning secret recipe of garlic and spices is the perfect complement for all cuts of beef, pork and other meats. Try this seasoning on your next pork shoulder or pork butt roast. Beef brisket never tasted better than it has with Doc's Gourmet & Bar-B-Q Seasoning. Cimarron Doc's Gourmet & Bar-B-Q Seasoning has won numerous awards when applied to beef brisket. Some of the country's top competition barbecue teams use this product.
Cimarron Doc's Bar-B-Q & Chili Company was founded in Grove, Oklahoma, in 1986, by Larry and Mary Koch. The Kochs had been competing in chili contests since 1982, winning many first place awards, including the International Chili Society’s (ICS) Regional Blue Grass and Chili Festival in Tulsa, in September 1986. By winning this regional contest they qualified for the ICS World Chili Cook-off in Rosamond, CA, where they placed 5th.
In 1987, Larry began cooking at barbecue at contests. He experimented with many barbecue sauces, finally creating the sauce recipe that became Cimarron Doc’s Bar-B-Q Sauce; a tangy sauce that complements all smoked and grilled meats, fowl and seafood. Larry went on to develop a variety of dry barbecue seasonings, which are now among the most popular rubs across the USA with the championship barbecue teams.
The Kochs won over seventy-five awards for their barbecue and chili, including the Grand Championship at the Blue Devil Cook-off in Kansas City, Kansas, and the Grand Championship at the Raytown, Missouri ,Cook-off. In 1994, Cimarron Doc’s Barbecue Sauce placed 3rd in the American Royal International Barbecue Sauce Contest.
Now, after nearly thirty years making and selling Cimarron Doc's fine products to barbecue and chili cooks around the world, Larry and Mary Koch have decided it's time to retire. So, they've sold their sauce and seasoning business to The Kansas City BBQ Store, which has pledged to serve Cimarron Doc's customers with the high quality products and service they've come to expect.