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B&TCoonhound
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What's your go-to seasoning?

Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning is mine also I have been using this Jalapeno Salt made by Konriko Company, had it a long time ago and just recently discovered it at Calandro's.


Rouge
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
mixture of lawry's all-season and garlic salt


Dav
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Really like Lawrys garlic salt. I use that, cracked pepper, and a pinch of cayenne to season.


Tigertown in ATL
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Tony's


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B&TCoonhound
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
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mixture of lawry's all-season and garlic salt


I have these, but never use them in combo. I'm sure that I have used Lawry's salt and garlic powder/granulated before though.


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Wooly
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B&TCoonhound
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
I like the Magic blackened seasoning. Good on chicken and specs and redfish.


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OTIS2
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
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Cavender's All Purpose Greek Seasoning
and Tony's are the two I use most.


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4LSU2
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Stuff A Roast by Targill in Opelousas.

I buy it by the gallon. It is very similar to Tony's but a fraction of the sodium content.


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Woody
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
LeBlanc's


B&TCoonhound
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
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LeBlanc's


I have heard their seasoning is good. What's it similar to?


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kingbob
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Leblanc's
Leblanc's no salt is also great


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DEANintheYAY
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Depends on what I'm using it on. I have been using 5-spice a lot more recently. 5-spice chicken thighs is bomb. Its also great with popcorn....5-spice, cayenne, touch of cinnamon when you put the popcorn in the pot. Awesome flavor.


Kingwood Tiger
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Usually Tony's or Lawrys. But I did pick up some NuNu's seasoning the last time I was in Louisiana. Been using it quite a bit, especially when grilling pork chops. Has a little more bite than Tony's.


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Zach
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
I don't do mixes of seasonings. I've got a pantry full of spices and I use them individually.


mworld938
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Covington
Member since Sep 2008
1433 posts

re: What's your go-to seasoning?
I used to spend a lot on seasonings then I made a few changes that really were game changers.

Sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, quality olive oil you could drink, shallots, garlic and onion and fresh herbs. If you don't want to keep up an herb garden you can buy $1 small plastic containers of fresh herbs. A lemon zester, garlic press and tiny grater are the only obscure tools I really use.

I am a a fan of McCormicks Montreal Steak and Weber's Kickin' Chicken for those lazy cooking days.


DEANintheYAY
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
I tend to use fresh herbs in multiple ways...


oldcharlie8
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SW2SCLA
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
NuNu's


nikinik
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Mid City
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re: What's your go-to seasoning?
Paul Prudhomme's blackened Steak Magic


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