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Old 12-17-2008, 12:49 PM   #11
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I make Emeril's Spice and the recipe is at the FoodNetwork Site. It is a very good general all purpose seasoning salt.
I love this particular seasoning and make it often. I also tweak this by making a double batch and taking some out to make a rub for grilled meats, and another little container for fish. I add hickory salt, ground chipotle, smoked paprika, brown sugar and a touch of curry for the rub. It makes a terrific rub and the sugar adds to the carmelization. I cut down on the salt in the original recipe for Emeril's Essence so I can add the hickory salt.

For the fish seasoning I add Old Bay, dill weed, lemon pepper and a little Mrs. Dash's Original. Brush butter on the fish, sprinkle with the fish seasoning and it's wonderful. If I saute the fish with a flour coating I add some fish seaoning to the flour. Really makes a difference. Try this on oven fried catfish.

I never thought about making seasoned salt, but what a great idea!!
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Old 12-27-2008, 02:32 PM   #12
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I go through about $100 a month in spices, which are spices that I do not have dried from my garden this summer.

I purchase from Bulk Spices & Seasonings – Wholesale Spices, Herbs, Seasoning, Bulk Spice

I use a lot in my canning goods that I sell at local butcher shops, as well as different rubs also. I love the website and find the prices to be reasonable.
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Old 01-01-2009, 01:48 PM   #13
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I go through about $100 a month in spices, which are spices that I do not have dried from my garden this summer.

I purchase from Bulk Spices & Seasonings – Wholesale Spices, Herbs, Seasoning, Bulk Spice

I use a lot in my canning goods that I sell at local butcher shops, as well as different rubs also. I love the website and find the prices to be reasonable.
I have ordered from them, too, and I have been very satisfied with the quality and quantity of their spices.
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Old 01-01-2009, 02:10 PM   #14
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Cost Plus World Market also sells small glass shaker jars with screw top lids...when I bought them they were like 59 cents each! It is a great gift...one year I mixed up Emerils essence and included them in gift baskets and everyone LOVED them.
I was just going to suggest these same jars ... we make vanilla sugar and our own general spice blend for family at the holidays. Tie a little ribbon or raffia around them and Viola!
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Old 01-25-2009, 09:20 AM   #15
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Salt with Lemon and fresh Rosemary

I haven't done this in a while but if you mash lemon zest, fresh rosemary and course salt.... it's out of this world!
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I haven't done this in a while but if you mash lemon zest, fresh rosemary and course salt.... it's out of this world!
That sounds good!

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Old 01-27-2009, 08:11 AM   #17
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I've been looking for more combinations but haven't found too much. Would be great if people posted some that they have found
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:24 PM   #18
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One of my favorite food blogs, Steamy Kitchen, has several recipes for Asian-flavored salts: Steamy Kitchen: Modern Asian Recipes and Cooking Asian Flavored Sea Salts

I've made these and used them on all kinds of things: omelets, quiche, grilled or pan-fried meats, etc. Enjoy
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