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Old 06-16-2004, 05:54 PM   #11
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Savory: Savor the Flavor

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Old 06-20-2004, 10:09 AM   #12
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Celery salt is wonderful with egg dishes like omlettes. It is also nice on french toast (savoury not the sweet kind) . My grandad used to dip bread in milk, fry it in butter or lard then sprinkle celery salt on it.

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From an Old Salt...

I LOVE celery salt. I sprinkle it on spaghetti sauce!!!
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Old 07-28-2004, 09:20 PM   #14
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Re: What do I do with these spices?

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I have had something called Savory in one of my spice racks for a while and was wondering what it's used for. Any ideas? Another one I don't even use is celery seed and celery salt. What's that used for? Thanks in advance.

I love celery seed and celery salt. I usually use it in place of regular salt..in just about anything. I use celery seed in soups,stews,and,and salads. It goes very well in salad dressings. I have never used Savory. I have not a clue why not. I must try it soon.
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I've never used Savory, but I've seen it listed in some French recipes.

Personally, I find Celery seed to be to bitter for my taste. I've used Celery Salt, but I have issues with buying flavored "salt". I tend to make my own seasoning mixes anyway.

I've found Dried Celery Flakes, from McCormick, at the spice section in grocery stores. I've ground the chunks up to a powder, and use that in some of my own spice blends for a good flavor.

Usually, though, if I want the celery flavor in my food, I'll diced some celery and add it in. I always have celery one hand.
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summer savory is essential (at least to me) in cassoullett (sp) made w/ white beans. I put it in all bean recipes, except chili...don't know why not, maybe I'll try it in there tonight. I think it's more of a staple herb in French cooking, and can't cook navy beans w/out it.
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Old 10-15-2004, 02:19 PM   #17
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Always keep the clamato & vodka on hand if expecting Canadian guests. I'm told savory is an integral ingredient in tourtiere, but never remember to buy some.

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