Radio question of the day: 03/09/27

phenomsmom

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Umm season salt?? I don't cook too much. Especially lately. Mostly fattening take out
 

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Most often season-all.

My second fave is this stuff from a local place here called "Rump Rub". The slogan is "The more you Rub, the better the Rump!"


Its for pork really, but tastes sooooo good on chicken!
 

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Lawery's seasonings, garlic and pepper usually. When I cook chicken I use a Low Salt chicken seasoning mix by McCormick that has garlic, onion, red pepper, orange peel, paprika, and parsley- its SO good!
 

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season salt, garlic, onion, salt, peppercorn, herb de province, dill, sage, basil, and lots of others
 

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Nature's Seasons and garlic powder. They are must have staples in my cupboard, and a tradition in my family. Try these in fried potatoes...YUM!!!
 

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season salt, garlic salt or powder, basil, pepper, regular salt (hardly ever though) and anything that a recipe tells me to put in the food.
 

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Garlic, onion powder (hubby & kids don't like fresh onions
), cilantro, cumin, dill, season salt...

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Parsley, thyme, dill, oregano, basil... there's something else but I can't think of it right now.
 

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Not alot of spices but lots of herbs!!
Well just go to Penzey's website-I use mostly everything they carry!!
But really....
Kosher and sea salt, fresh ground (telicherry) pepper and Penzey's California seasoned pepper. Also their Fox Point seasoning, 4S seasoned salt, Italian herbs and Mural of Flavor (salt free mix ), fresh garlic, rosemary from my plant. I could go on and on........
 
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