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Neauxla
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EYEtalian dressing vs EYEtalian seasoning


Is it just as much blasphemy to use prepackaged Italian seasoning as it is to used Italian dressing on this board?

If not, what's the difference?




For the record, on Monday I hade redfish on the halfshell w/ a sauce made from:

butter, garlic, onion, Italian seasoning, Tony's seasoning, lemon juice, crystal hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and honey.

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LSU Piston
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EYEtalian dressing


I get mine directly imported from Italy, bi-monthly.






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Italian seasoning
Just read the ingredient list...that's what your using. If you like that blend, use it.






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El Josey Wales
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Fresh or frozen redfish? That seems to be crucial with some people around here. I think they've heard the Cane's slogan too many times.





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BRgetthenet
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Two things that never enter my kitchen:

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EYEtalian dressing vs EYEtalian seasoning








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Neauxla
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quote:

Fresh or frozen redfish?
Fresh, filleted it Sunday






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El Josey Wales
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Nice!





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Martini
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If you use it you use it. I'm sure I have a jar of it somewhere. I just have a bunch of herbs I grow so I try to use them fresh as much as possible. It makes the work I put into taking care of them worthwhile. Viniagrettes are easy and you can make a hundred different variations. I like a bit of mustard or even a tablespoon of mayo because I prefer a creamy dressing. Here's a basic. Just whisk all together, save in a jar and you are done.

Basic Eyetalian Dressing






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jimithing11
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Not a fan of Italian seasoning

I always have dried Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Parsley and Garlic powder on hand.

If I'm making something that needs Italian-style seasonings, I prefer fresh basil and parsley, so I use those fresh and then dried Oregano and Thyme if need be.






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Darla Hood
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I have Italians brought to my kitchen bi-weekly. They hand blend their homegrown from Italy seasonings. In my kitchen. Every two weeks. Straight from Italy!





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Gris Gris
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EYEtalian dressing has it's place. One of the recipes I have for a BBQ shrimp type recipe has it as an ingredient and it's a darn good tasting dish that works well for a crowd. I don't use it much, but I usually keep it around.

The seasoning-I don't use much because I don't always want every ingredient in the mix in the dish I'm cooking. I grow fresh herbs, also, so I use those a lot. However, I ordered a dry Italian seasoning mix from a deli in WI a while back for Pioneer Woman's Italian Drip Roast and I really like this mixture. Haven't used it on anything else yet, but it's cheap and there's a lot of it. The salted version is really salty, but really good. I ordered the unsalted version and I mix them.

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CITWTT
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Get in touch with Penzeys and order some herbes de provence which is Italian with the addition of lavender. They sell a damned find product, and the aroma upon opening the bag is amazing. A four ounce bag goes for about 14.00, a similar amount that has been in storage for however long at a grocery stores warehouse will be about thirty bucks.





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Carson123987
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that picture looks amazing!





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Neauxla
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that picture looks amazing!
It tasted even better






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i make my own marinara sauce using italian seasoning, crushed red tomatoes, crushed red pepper and onions.





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Gris Gris
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Yeah, that fish looks good.





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