Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper

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2017/11/11 11:37:05 (permalink)

Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper

When I was a young sprout, I always knew I was in for a good meal if Lawry's was on the table in addition to the standard S & P. Now it is much more common, it seems.
I still love them but use a whole lot of Johnny's, which is from Seattle.
I've got a Zatrain's, Tony C's, and a bunch of others. I still love the Lawry's pepper though.
Any other regional favorites I should know about?
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    Uncle Groucho
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 11:48:34 (permalink)
    https://greekseasoning.com/
    I use Cavenders. 
    Karl.
     
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    1bbqboy
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 13:27:12 (permalink)
    I grew up with Cavander's, since it is from Arkansas, but even though I have a shaker, it has a really strong taste of something that I now notice.
    I forgot to mention Steak & Shake seasoning, which I found just one at Grocery Outlet. I really like it, fry seasoning I think they call it.
    There's also a Trader Joe's one that I really like.
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 14:56:22 (permalink)
    In addition to all of the above mentioned Cavender's and Lawry's I also have few specialty S&P I like.
    Penzeys:  4/S "Salt With Taste"
    Penzeys:  4/S Smoky "Salt With Taste"
    Penzeys:  "Krakow Nights"  Polish style salt w/ herbs. (Great!)
    Coastal Goods:  "Pepper Perfection" Three Lemon Pepper blend.
    Coastal Goods:   "Sarah's Sea Salt With Tuscan Herbs"
    Matiz:  (Spanish) "Sea Salt with Herbs" 
    My favorite and, most used: "Jane's Crazy Mixed Up Salt".
     
    And I wonder why my Doc says my sodium count is too high.
              
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 15:25:31 (permalink)
    When I was a kid it was salt from the round paperboard container, pepper from the rectangular metal container and seasoned salt (season all) from the plastic shaker. That was it. The only other spice I remember was cinnamon which I put on toast.
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 19:54:36 (permalink)
    plb
    When I was a kid it was salt from the round paperboard container, pepper from the rectangular metal container and seasoned salt (season all) from the plastic shaker. That was it. The only other spice I remember was cinnamon which I put on toast.

    No different than at my house during the 40s & 50s. Although I don't think my mom even had a "seasoning salt".
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    Re: Seasoned Salt and Seasoned Pepper 2017/11/11 20:15:13 (permalink)
    It's not seasoned salt, but I absolutely LOVE Olde Thompson's No Salt Seasoning Blend
    Also not salt (it's a thing for my mom, sorry), but Spice & Tea Merchants has a Gourmet Grinder Blend that's pretty darn fine also
     
    As for that Fry seasoning from Steak n' Shake... yeah, I don't know what they put in there, crack maybe? I sent a bottle to the guy after he was here summer before last, and he uses it on EVERYTHING. I think I have to send another one in his Christmas package already.
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