Use a small mixing bowl to blend the following ingredients together:
2 Tbsp dried rosemary
2 Tbsp dried onion flakes
2 Tbsp dried savory spice (found at my local grocery store)
2 Tbsp garlic powder
2 Tbsp sea salt (I prefer pink Himalayan. If you’re concerned about sodium intake, cut this in half.)
1 Tbsp dried thyme
1 Tbsp dried parsley
1 Tbsp dried sage
¼-tsp cinnamon (I just measured half of a ½-teaspoon)
After mixing the ingredients together, store in an air-tight container. This recipe makes more than enough for an entire chicken or six country-style pork ribs.
The ingredients will separate some, so it’s best to stir with a small spoon before transferring the rub to meat. You can use the spoon to sprinkle the spices over the meat or use a plate. For ribs, I put the rub onto a plate and rolled the ribs in the spices. The savory spice and garlic powder tend to settle to the bottom of the plate. I just used my fingers to pinch the dust and apply it evenly to the top of the meat.