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Old 07-21-2015, 02:00 PM   #101
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In my recent Spice House order, I got a jar of Lake Shore Drive Seasoning. It's the same blend as Fox Point; in fact, they mention exactly that in their online catalog: " This blend is known as Fox Point Seasoning in our original Milwaukee Spice House location". I don't care what they all call it, it was wonderful on our grilled shrimp a few weeks back, and mixed into plain bread crumbs to top some baked fish. Have also used it on chicken and scrambled eggs. Now I want to make potatoes so I can us it like that, Cheryl! Maybe mixed into a little Greek yogurt or sour cream to top a baked potato?

Lake Shore Drive is the southern version !

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Old 07-21-2015, 03:34 PM   #102
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I came home to our trip to the beach to my Penzey's order. I haven't tried Fox Point before but it gets rave reviews on the Penzey's Facebook fan page. Got that free with a coupon, free shipping with a minimum $20 order and a free sample of Greek seasoning. Yum!
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Old 07-22-2015, 12:10 AM   #103
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Cute, jennyema!

It was like Christmas, right GG? I love the Greek seasoning, but lately it's tasted too salty to me. When I got an order from Spice House I got their Sunny Greek Islands Salt-Free Seasoning version. It's a little bit different of a herb mix, having a few extras not in the Penzeys version. It will be interesting to compare them one-on-one, just as soon as I'm almost out of the Penzeys Greek.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:02 AM   #104
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I love their herbes de Provence--I use it on pork and chicken, and to put on my homemade crusty bread before baking.

Just bought a pound of cocoa--I have a craving for chocolate.

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