The best poultry seasoning

   / The best poultry seasoning #11  
A whole chicken?
Do you at least kill it and defeather? :)
Had an aunt that would go out and just grab a chicken, flip it around, breaking it's neck.
Plucked and gutted in no time.
That adds to the flavor! :p
 
   / The best poultry seasoning #12  
I'm a 'seat of the we pants' cook. Rarely use pre-mixed spices. Just add what and how much feels right that day. Drives my wife crazy because she will want me to make it the same another time and I cannot really duplicate.

Some of those mixes use fillers and drying agents and such. I prefer to use the individual spices. Even better if I grow/dry them myself. I do tend to use mixed curry as I make it infrequently, but maybe now that I'll have more time I can make my own.
My wife is like that with her mac and cheese. It's never exactly the same, but always tastes great. She just uses whatever cheeses and onions we have at the time. Tasty! :p
 
   / The best poultry seasoning #13  
Angelo's, Ft. Worth, Tx. They also have the best pork and brisket rub I've ever had.
 
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   / The best poultry seasoning #14  
For years we have used Don Sazon Chicken seasoning... bonus use on fried eggs !
 
   / The best poultry seasoning #15  
For years we have used Don Sazon Chicken seasoning... bonus use on fried eggs !
Yes, I too use a rub on my fried eggs.

Every morning this goes on them. must like pepper and it doesn't take much.
 

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   / The best poultry seasoning #16  
My wife is like that with her mac and cheese. It's never exactly the same, but always tastes great. She just uses whatever cheeses and onions we have at the time. Tasty! :p
Mac and cheese with onions?
Interesting.....
 
   / The best poultry seasoning #17  
:sick:
 
   / The best poultry seasoning #19  
Tobasco is good in Mac and cheese
 
 
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