Thursday, July 17, 2008

Durn Good Southwest Flavor Seasoning

Durn Good Southwest Flavor Seasoning is billed as "El Sabor Del Fuego", or "The Flavor of Fire." Now I've never literally tasted fire, but if it tastes as good as this spice blend, then it might just be worth lighting up my tongue (just kidding, of course - please don't try it!). All kidding aside, Durn Good Southwest Seasoning might be made in North Carolina, but it delivers real Tex-Mex flavor and heat to beef, chicken, pork and fish. I first tried this spicy seasoning as a substitute for taco seasoning in ground beef, and it was delicious, without the excess saltiness that's often the problem with store-brand taco seasonings. It's also a tasty alternative to chili powder -- try sprinkling some on nachos, or add it to fajitas, quesadillas, chili, and pretty much any bean dish. The makers of Durn Good seasonings claim it's also terrific on rattlesnake, but I can't personally vouch for that (no rattlers prowling around my house, thank goodness!) However, I have had Durn Good Southwest Flavor Seasoning in venison burgers, and that was a real winner. Order a bottle or more now, while it's on sale at the Carolina Sauce Company!

Zestfully yours,

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