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Old 05-13-2013, 04:28 PM   #11
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Very nice! Do you just grab the description from their website?
That's exactly what I do. Guilty of typing that post without thinking. I cut, paste, adjust for size and done.
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Old 05-13-2013, 04:33 PM   #12
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Andy, did you get the latest catalog? There is a coupon for a free jar of their new Berbere seasoning blend. It is good! We've used it on grilled chicken a couple of times. Himself really likes it...my tongue said "too hot, too HOT" even though it had a good flavor. But it has more than enough heat.
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Old 05-13-2013, 04:44 PM   #13
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I don't get the catalog, CG. They may very well give out a free sample at the store. They often do. Also, they have catalogs there.
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I do remember catalogs there, so make sure you get your freebie. It's a full small bottle.
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:08 PM   #15
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That's exactly what I do. Guilty of typing that post without thinking. I cut, paste, adjust for size and done.
Andy, have you looked at the Avery labels? They are now removable and leave no sticky adhesive residue. Yet they stick until you choose to remove them. And you can put them through one cycle of the dishwasher. Martha Stewart has a whole line of household food labels. And they all require to be handwritten. I hate to recommend that even one cent more go into her coffers. Also her products tend to cost more than Amazon or even the Staples site. The Avery site offers more of a choice if you type in "food products" for a search. They have some really nice ones for an ink jet and/or laser printer in kraft paper brown with a border. They even have some preprinted. Worth taking a look.
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:16 PM   #16
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A Penzey's we will go,
A Penzey's we will go,
We'll snatch the lot
and put it in a pot
and never let it gooooooo!!!!
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Here's my current list:

Cinnamon, ground
Cinnamon sticks
Garlic powder
Onion Powder
Oregano, Turkish
Oregano, Mexican
Parsley Flakes
Tellicherri Peppercorns
4S Seasoned Salt
Chili Powder
You also might want to try the bold Indian peppercorns and the less expensive Korintje Indonesia cinnamon and their natural cocoa powder and ...
We have three Poland Springs 6 gallon cardboard cartons full of Penzey's stuff.
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Andy, have you looked at the Avery labels?...
Thanks, Addie. I'll look into it.
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You also might want to try the bold Indian peppercorns and the less expensive Korintje Indonesia cinnamon and their natural cocoa powder and ...
We have three Poland Springs 6 gallon cardboard cartons full of Penzey's stuff.
Thanks for the tips.
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Old 05-13-2013, 05:31 PM   #20
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Lookie there Andy. Your own thread. I had mine. Remember Hooters? Not one of my finest accomplishments in life. At least yours is more nourishing not only for the body but the soul. And JPB, he is gong there with the word "Restraint" in mind. You are not helping him. But I do understand. One can get carried away at just the thought of a trip to Penzy's.
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