Friday, December 7, 2012

Seasoned Goodness! (Revised)

****edited to change the tone of the blog-- If you missed the earlier post, don't feel bad it was just me ...being Whiny! ;) 

I keep meaning to post this-- I thought I lost these photos-- but I was so happy to get this little "Pay it Forward" gift in the mail just a short time before Thanksgiving. 
I received it from Candy @ Lazy J Bar C Farm  :) 

She included 3 different jars of seasoning that she made herself. 
~Seasoned Salt, ~Seasoned Pepper, and ~Mediterranean Seasoning 


There was a mishap with the box during shipping...Not Candy's fault...She emailed me later with the recipe for one of the Seasonings... So sweet. 

I am very grateful...I know she went to a lot of effort to put this together; she went above and beyond. 

Candy is always cooking up something on her blog, go check these out! 

...but I think she is most well known for her homemade breads 
She sells lots of these things at her local market. So industrious! 

I haven't made the other yet; but plan too...because when I opened the box...it smelled delicious!!!  ;) 
I've been able to use both the Seasoning Salt and the Seasoned Pepper with Venison Chili and with Cooked Chicken!   Mmmm... it's so good! 

Thank you Candy! 



 
Thou will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee; because he trusts in Thee. Isaiah 26:3 

 

10 comments:

  1. Years ago I heard the p.o. doesn't pay any attention to "fragile" markings on boxes, and I believe it!

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  2. Sounds yummy! I will go check out her blog.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  3. Candy is such a great talented person. You are too. Good post.

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  4. Awwww, thanks Pat!! :)
    The spreadable butter firms up nicely in the refrigerator and ends up being the consistency of the stuff you buy in the store. It WILL get pretty soft again though if left out too long. ;)

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  5. What a great gift, guess no one payed any attention to the fragile sign! We have a local farmers market and there is someone I buy bread from...OMG it is the best, I bet hers is great!

    Carol

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  6. People who make their own bread need to come over to my house bearing gifts. I would be a very grateful recipient. I love that you got such a useful and thoughtful gift in the mail. Now you can have some fun and make your own goodies. Very sweet!
    Liz

    PS: Pat, who do I look like. I must know! But please, never, ever zoom in on a photo of me. Agh! What a fright you must have had.
    Liz

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  7. Well, I can't believe I missed the "other" post! How nice to get those seasonings! My PIF package should be going out on Monday! I'm a bit concerned with how it will travel, but I will do my best to pack it exceptionally well, since it's going to such an exceptional person. Ann

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  8. What a lovely gift! I just sent someone dishes and I'm a bit nervous that they'll arrive broken (although I sent them UPS - maybe they're gentler - I hope than the P.O.)

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  9. I love reading Candy's blog. That was so nice of her.

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