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  1. Pumpkin Pie Spice is a terrific all-purpose seasoning.

    Besides using it for pies, try it in coffee cake batters, fruit breads (such as banana), in pancake and waffle batters, or in muffins. For a new twist on old recipes, substitute Pumpkin Pie Spice for cinnamon in your recipes. It’s also great sprinkled on a latte or mocha! For terrific pumpkin pies, use 2 ½ tsp. of this blend (or to taste) for a 9" pie.

  2. If you are an onion lover, this will be your new all-purpose seasoning. It combines different type of onions together with a few other ingredients to have universal appeal.

    Use on anything from potatoes to meat or anything else you desire.

    We call this one unpeeled because there is no work nor weeping eyes to achieving the flavor!

  3. Jane's Ragin' Cajun gives you great Cajun flavor without being too hot. This blend was one of our first seasonings and one of the reasons we started our spice business.

    Excellent on meat, potatoes or whatever needs that little extra bite! Try it on rice to add flavor to a low-calorie meal, like our buddy Erik, or use it as a blackening spice. If you need more heat, add cayenne or try our Louisiana Fireball seasoning.

  4. Our Greek Seasoning has fantastic flavor without the salt. We use a variety of spices, herbs and specialty flavors to create a seasoning that compliments a variety of meats and vegetables.

    Use our Greek Seasoning with your favorite lamb or chicken dish. It adds flavor to vegetables of all kinds and it’s great as a seasoning with gyros. Try it on fish for an interesting, new flavor. You’ll love the flavor of Greece. Opa!

  5. Ah, garlic. Few things have more culinary appeal. With the exception of dessert, and some may differ on this point, garlic can make most anything taste better. Its robust flavor is the centerpiece of this seasoning.

    Our Garlic Gone Wild is meant to be used on almost any meat or vegetable. Use it in soups, dressings, marinades—just about anything that needs a burst of flavor.

  6. This blend of spices is almost mandatory in stir-fry’s. The flavor of Chinese Five Spice is very versatile and blends well with both meats and vegetables.

    For a nice marinade, mix ¾ tsp. of Chinese Five Spice with¼ cup vegetable oil, ¼ cup rice vinegar, 2 T. soy sauce, 2 T. orange juice, 1 tsp. onion powder, 1 tsp. black pepper and ½ tsp. garlic powder. And for those who counted, yes, we use seven spices in our Chinese Five Spice.

  7. Our original Apple Pie Spice is great in more than just pies! Try this blend in batter for sugar cookies, waffles, pancakes and French toast.

    • It will perk-up muffins if you add ½ tsp. per cup of batter.
    • It is fantastic sprinkled over oatmeal with a little sugar added, or dust it over a latte!
    • For a quick treat, sprinkle a little on an apple while you're eating it.
    • For an 8-inch apple pie, use 1 ½ tsp. spice (or to taste).
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