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Season with Old Bay

My Favorite Seasoning is Old Bay

As far as I’m concerned, this is the best seasoning in the entire world. As a young Marylander I grew up on this stuff. As an adult, I am never without a can or two of Old Bay Seasoning in my spice cabinet. Anyone who lives on Maryland’s Eastern Shore can tell you that this can is gold.

I’m not a fan of most seafood chain restaurants (I won’t mention any names) because their seasonings are mild and they do not season with Old Bay. I like Old Bay sprinkled on my fish, mixed in crab cakes, steamed with shrimp, and the heavier the seasoning, the better. The most popular way to use Old Bay, and my most favorite is for steaming crabs. No butter is needed for my crab meat just a little Old Bay on my fingers as I pick crabs!

Old Bay Seasoning for Seafood, Poultry, Salads & Meats, 6-Ounce Canister

Stock up on Old Bay Seasoning

 Old Bay Seasoning, 24-Ounce

While Old Bay Seasoning is readily available in my neck of the woods, some folks are not as lucky. Thankfully Amazon carries this wonderful product online (and in a large size) so that everyone can enjoy and never run out of this special spice!


More Old Bay Seasonings

 Old Bay Crab Cake Classic Crab Cake Mix, 1.24-Ounce Packets (Pack of 12) Old Bay Seasoning with Garlic & Herb , 2.62 Ounce (74 g)(Pack of 12) Old Bay Blackened Seasoning, 2.25 oz (63 g)(Pack of 12) Old Bay Lemon & Herb Seasoning, 3-Ounce Canisters(Pack of 12) Old Bay Tuna Classic The Original Tuna Seasoning , 1 oz (28 g)(Pack of 12) Old Bay Seasoning, Hot, 2.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Old Bay…Not Only For Seafood

 Herr’s Old Bay Potato Chips 1 Oz. (Pack of 42)

Yes, Old Bay is mostly known for seasoning seafood, but if you really like it, you’ll know that it has many other uses. My husband likes it mixed into his vegetables, especially corn. Use it to season fried chicken for a real taste treat. Local restaurants use Old Bay to season french fries, shrimp salad, wings, crab pretzels and anything else worthy of this seasoning. Throw a pinch of Old Bay on popcorn just for the fun of it.


Try A Recipe Using Old Bay

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