Monday, July 14, 2008

Durn Good Island Spice Flavor Seasoning

Durn Good Island Spice Flavor Seasoning is the third in a series of four spice blend seasonings from D.J. Hoch's Durn Good, located in picturesque Wake Forest, NC. This Caribbean inspired dry rub and seasoning is pleasantly peppery, with layers of ginger, curry, allspice and other tropical herbs and spices. While Durn Good Island Spice Seasoning does have some similar flavors to Jamaican jerk spices, this seasoning is not a Jamaican jerk but rather a Caribbean style seasoning with tantalizing flavors that can enhance your homemade jerk recipes. I like to add Durn Good Island Spice Flavor Seasoning to boiling water when I make rice, and it's also excellent sprinkled on roasted or boiled potatoes as well as on steamed or sauteed vegetables. But the island flavors and fire really shine when you use this seasoning on poultry and seafood (especially on the grill), and it's also quite good on beef and pork. According to its creator, it's also yummy on wild hog -- but I personally haven't had a chance to try that one out yet! Durn Good Island Spice Flavor Seasoning is currently on sale at the Carolina Sauce Company.

Zestfully yours,

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