Gut Rumbles
 

August 13, 2005

the usual

A lot of people talk about "Old Bay" for cooking seafood, but right here where I live is something better. It's called "Old Savannah Seafood Seasoning" and it's perfect for almost anything you want to cook.

Just Damn! I thought I still had a tin of that stuff around the house, but I must have used the rest of what I had when I cooked shrimp the other night. I wanted to list the ingriedients.

Don't matter. I can make something close to it myself. It's salt, ground red pepper, black pepper, celery salt, oregano, garlic, Cayenne pepper, terragon, and you throw some Worchestershire sauce in on top of that. Man! That will make your house smell like a good seafood restaurant.

It also makes any kind of fish, shrimp or crab you cook taste delicious.

Still... if you ever see a tin of "Old Savannah Seafood Seasoning" in the grocery store, buy it. It's the best out there. And if you like barbecue, try the Original Johnny Harris sauce in a bottle, or a pint of "B.S. Mutha's Home-Made Sauce." Both are great.

Yeah. I live near a restaurant called "B.S Mutha's."

Comments

Hey, Rob, How about posting your recipe for crab cakes. I make them every New Year's Eve. Mine are good but I am always open to suggestions.

Posted by: Robin on August 13, 2005 03:32 PM

I'll do that. I make them the same way I make deviled crab, except I fry the crab cakes in a pan.

And I now remember what happened to my tin of Old Savannah Seafood Seasoning. I gave it to Sam and Stacey to take back to Texas with them.

Posted by: Acidman on August 13, 2005 06:59 PM

both of those are actually good for cooking fried chicken. toss a bit on the chicken before the egg wash and flour and you're good to go

Posted by: greg beck on August 13, 2005 07:10 PM
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