Laurel Meat Market is selling under its own name?
On top of the meat counter, Laurel Meat Market has a line of ground spices -- a "sweet BBQ" rub, a Cajun mix, and a "Western steak" seasoning. I assume they've arranged for someone to package their private label line.
I'm a complete amateur when it comes to cooking meat. I cook it rarely, and rarely do more than run a steak or burgers on the grill or a cast iron pan. I love Laurel Meat Market for exceptional ground beef -- including the "firecracker" mixture where they will special-grind you some ground chuck with their house-made pork sausage.
The quality of the meats makes me think that the spices are probably worth checking out. I don't really know how to use rubs or big seasonings on meat. I'd love any suggestions.