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A unique "collection" of herbs and spices carefully blended to an exclusive secret formula. This unique blend of more than a dozen quality herbs and spices was created for a population passionate about steamed crabs, and has since become synonymous with the Chesapeake Bay. This famous ALL NATURAL seasoning has been a Maryland, Virginia and along the Atlantic and New England coastline seafood staple since 1939. A favorite with generations of good families, fishermen, cooks and vegetarians around the world. Comes in the original yellow and blue metal can with a dual flip-top lid for easy sprinkling or measuring. Several delicious recipes including steamed shrimp, steamed crab, crab cakes and a spicy marinade for chicken are printed on the side and back.
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This bold flavor was born in Baltimore in 1939 and quickly became the go-to spice for all things seafood along the Chesapeake – earning a seat at every crab feast and family celebration. Decades later, Old Bay is still produced to its exacting standards in Maryland, and family gatherings still center around the iconic yellow tin can. What’s changed? The seasoning has infiltrated kitchens beyond the mid-Atlantic, and recipes far outside its original seafood comfort zone thanks to flavor fanatics and Old Bay ambassadors alike.
Celery salt (salt, celery seed), spices (including mustard, red pepper, black pepper, bay [laurel] leaves, cloves, allspice (pimento), ginger mace, cardamom, cinnamon), and paprika.
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Old Bay is fantastic...try it on french fries with a splash of malt vinegar! Works great to season flour for fried chicken as well, and adds great depth of flavor to soups and... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
After reading an article about this in the "Wall Street Journal," I wanted to try it. Apparently, it isn't sold where I live, so Amazon to the rescue. Read morePublished 13 days ago by JEP