What's Gaby Cooking, All Things Seafood Seasoning
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Spice things up with seasonings from the kitchen of Gaby Dalkin, the creative food blogger behind What's Gaby Cooking. A seafood lover's delight, this blend is a custom combination of lemon, garlic and herb, including chives, basil, oregano and dill. Aromatic black peppercorns add a subtle kick. Sprinkle it on any kind of seafood, cook as desired, and finish with salt and pepper.
- 3 oz.
- Made in USA.
- Salt, lemon peel, garlic, California onion, black pepper, basil, parsley, dill weed, chives, Mediterranean oregano, safflower oil.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Korinna from Love it!! I love that her seasonings are multi use. Goes great on chicken and salmon!Date published: 2019-07-15Rated 1 out of 5 by TryIt from terrible I love spice blends and use them for everything. When i want a simple addition, its salt and pepper. I never tried Gaby Dalkin's products or her blog but the ingredient sounded good. I had a nice ahi tuna for the grill and thought this would be a good addition. As it was cooking, i noticed a fishy smell. I hate fishy smell of fish and what was odd i didn't smell that when it was raw. It totally distracted from the fish and into the garbage it went. It took forever to get the smell out of the kitchen and the house. Then for July 4th i was going to marinate some shrimp and thought to add the All thinks Seafood Seasoning. Opened the can and there was that hideous fish smell again. it 's in the spice. I can only assume the oil in the spice has gone rancid. Needless to say the spice is in the trash now too. I have two backorders of her other spices that i'm not so keen on keeping. Not a fan.Date published: 2019-07-05