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A Guide to Lunds and Byerly's Seasoning Blends

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VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS/
FLAVOR
USES
Dry-Aged
Beef
Seasoning
Herbs, onion, and pepper create a base to enhance the flavor of any cut of beef. A hint of lavender makes for a clean, pure beef taste. All cuts of beef. Also great on vegetables.
Northern
Lights
Seasoning
A combination of herbs, wild berries, flavorful spices, such as onion, garlic, and pepper, and smokiness combine to create a delicious flavor. Fish (especially
salmon), ribs,
pork, and chicken.
Trail Dust
Seasoning
Southwestern flavor featuring robust onion and garlic, smoky chipotle, earthy ancho, and a variety of spices. A touch of cilantro is added for authentic Southwestern flavor. Beef, pork, chicken, Potatoes, and vegetables. Add to sour cream for a dip mix.
Island
Breeze
Seasoning
A sweet and spicy seasoning with flavors of the Caribbean. A dozen different spices create a seasoning with “layers of flavor,” so the taste changes in your mouth. Shrimp, chicken,
pork, and beef.
Wild Rice
Seasoning
A complex mixture of spices and mushrooms create an earthy seasoning that complements any wild rice dish. Wild rice dishes
and soups.
Vegetables
and beef.
Chimichurri
Seasoning
A modern replication of a classic Argentine beef seasoning. This citrusy seasoning can be shaken on meat directly from the bottle, or follow bottle directions to rehydrate seasoning for authentic Chimichurri flavor. Beef. Also ideal
for grilled corn
on the cob.
Cajun
Seasoning
Flavorful, savory, spicy, and robust. Only one thing is missing: the salt. This seasoning adds great flavor to a variety of foods without the need for salt. Beef, chicken,
pork, shrimp,
and vegetables.
Adobo
Seasoning
This Mexican seasoning has a vibrant flavor, with garlic, oregano, jalapeno, and other spices. Ideal for a variety of Mexican recipes, but also perfect as a stand-alone spice for many meats and vegetables. Beef, pork, chicken, chili, and beans.

SOURCE: Lunds and Byerly's Culinary Experts - Real Food Magazine - Winter 2010