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Used on fish. Oh yeah, I distinctly remember St. Peter saying, "Everything that lives and moves will be food for you"...or was that Genesis? No matter, St. Peter would have loved it, too.

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gailanng November 26, 2012

I really liked this blackening spice. I used it to make Blackened Salmon with Pineapple Rice. It was so flavorful, yet not too hot for my taste. Even my picky eater who complains that everything is too spicy ate it. My husband who likes things HOT HOT HOT also enjoyed it. I cut the recipe in half to fit in my shaker and will enjoy using it in the future. Thanks for sharing!

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Julie F March 22, 2011

This is definitely a keeper with me, and will make a wonderful addition to some Christmas gifts for those friends and family that I never know what to give them for Christmas. Thanks for posting. And a big Thank you to Auntie Jan for suggesting this about the Christmas Gifts.

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litldarlin September 11, 2008

Edited to say I mistakenly hit 1 star instead of 5, I have submitted the correction, it is definately 5 stars. This was most excellent! Nice and spicy and it went well on the chicken I used. I was going to try scallops but I tend to overcook them. Thanks Mini for a wonderful spice mix. I am going to pack some up for Xmas gifts, I think everyone would like it.

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Auntie Jan October 27, 2006
My Favorite Cajun or Blackening Spice