If you live for cooking like I do, you may want to buy you seasonings in the bulk foods section at the grocers. However, if you only want to get by and keep your family happy and make your friends think you know how to cook while keeping down costs, you may want to invest the $0.48 on a prepackaged seasoning pack.
These packs have all of the seasonings in them already measured out so there is no guess work. I have been known to mix the packs together after my Boy Scout Troop gets done with a hike and it is time to start dinner. You can still be creative when using these packs, just be careful. It is easy to over season with these packs. I personally spend about $20.00 every 2 months on bulk food seasonings and about $10.00 on these packs. They are practical.
Here is one of the seasoning blends that I use in my Grilling. I spend about 10.00 in the bulk foods for the materials and it make up 2 large peanut butter jars that last my wife and I about 6 months. I think that is a nice return on my investment.
Tony’s BBQ Seasoning
1 part BBQ Spice
1 part Cyan Pepper
3 Table Spoons Lemon Pepper
1 Table Spoon Garlic Powder
1 Tea Spoon Black Pepper
1 part Salt
1 part Chili Powder
Blend well and pack it. These premixes save time and money. This is why restaurants buy them, they help keep a standard of quality that is uniform.
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