What's Gaby Cooking, All Things Meat Seasoning
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Spice things up with our seasonings from the kitchen of Gaby Dalkin, the creative food blogger behind What's Gaby Cooking. A carnivore's delight, this blend is a custom combination of brown sugar and spices, including garlic, paprika, cumin and coriander. Smoky chipotles and black pepper add a subtle kick. Sprinkle the seasoning on any kind of meat – from steak to burgers, chicken or pork. Cook the meat any way you like, then finish with salt and pepper to highlight the flavors.
- 3 oz.
- Made in USA.
- Brown sugar, kosher salt, garlic, paprika, chipotle pepper, black pepper, Turkish cumin, coriander, oregano, silicon dioxide.
- This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come in contact with wheat/gluten, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, sesame, eggs, milk, soy, mustard.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by Lolalasagna from Spices are top notch, but product container is Not I love Gaby and was so excited to get my meat seasoning in the mail, but really disappointed in the WS production of the product. I got it shipped to me and the way it is packaged, you have to open the spice jar and inside is a smaller plastic bag of the actual spices - you have to carefully then open that and place in the jar. What's inside hardly fills up the contents of the spice jar and makes me feel kinda jipped. The actual product smells great and can't wait to cook with it, but I can't help feel bummed that I'm only getting half the amount. As you can see from the picture this is no exaggeration, whereas from the website they show it looking as if it's overflowing with spices.Date published: 2019-04-19