MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — A former Florida International University grad has taken her spice rub to a global level.
Jennifer Bound won a $5,000 competition while she was a student last fall for her Holy Smokes pork and meat rub. Badia Spices is marketing the new spice mix, which includes smoked paprika, white pepper, roasted garlic powder, cumin, smoked sea salt, cocoa powder, chipotle chili powder and brown sugar.
The rub was launched earlier this year at the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
The rub is now being sold in 86 countries across the globe. A percentage of worldwide sales will benefit FIU students.
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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Penguins first-round draft pick Kasperi Kapanen talked to Bob Pompeani after being drafted.
He talked about how he feels right now and about how well he knows Olli Maata.
“It feels really good right now obviously to be drafted by the Penguins,” Kapanen said. “They have such a great franchise and I’m really excited to be picked by them, but this is just the beginning and I’m looking forward to making this team someday.”
Kapanen says a lot of his game has to do with his speed and what he does off of the puck.
Pompeani asked him what he needs to work on and he says probably his defensive play.
Kapanen also opens up about his father playing in the NHL and how much of an influence he had on him growing up.
He also talks about what it was like to see the Penguins play…
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