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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by okie, Jun 21, 2004.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Found a new spice at Sams last week. It is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    good;3 ;3 ;3 ;3 ;3 ;3
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    Damn cant get the pic to post;P
     

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    Well when all else fails:(
     
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    I work for a spice distributor and we have a lot of really good custom blends. We also just got our website up and running and I was wondering is it OK to post a link to it from GT??
     
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    Others post links so go for it. Information is always good.
     
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    It would help if I posted the right website...;g ;Q

    www.seasonit.com

    Please don't tell my boss;f
     
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    I originally put the wrong website up because I am a tard. It has been changed. seasonit.com is the correct site.
     
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    Okie,
    Your Garlic and Herb container seems to have garlic, rosemary, basil, and cilantro on the label. I cannot determine if the tan item in front is a shallot or small onion or what. I notice it has no salt.
    That sounds like a good combination.

    Treadlightly,
    The Brazos Crossing lineup has two dried chili powders, one dark and one medium.
    Chili and stew cooks use dried chili powders a lot and are very particular as exactly what kind of dried chili powder is used. Many like something called New Mexican light or New Mexican (bronze color). I am always looking for specific dried chili powders from specified chili peppers especially those which are flavorful, but mild in heat. You can always add heat but cannot always add flavor.