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Tony Chachere's

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sled_dog, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. sled_dog

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    Tony Chachere\'s

    I was introduced to this stuff a few months back when I was in Louisianna and I must say I'm hooked. Its quickly become my favorite seasoning. Anyone else love this stuff? Eating a plate of cup o noodles seasoned with it right now(I drain off the broth and just eat the noodles).
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    corn. coat with some butter, season liberally and throw it on the grill. mm-mmm, that's some good stuff.

    put it on just about anything else my wife will let me. have blood pressure issues and that stuff is loaded with sodium so I have to be careful.
     
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    definetally loaded with sodium, if you check their site they have low and no sodium versions. Probably not as good but its worth a look see. Even my dad has found he likes it, whenever we have flounder now he coats it in Tony's before cooking. Corn is definetally something I will have to try this summer! Got to wait for yellow corn, not a fan of white.
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    Tony's is the shizznit!
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    yeah I just wish I were introduced to it much sooner in life, we don't have it up here so I have to get it sent to me or buy it off their website.
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

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    definetally loaded with sodium, if you check their site they have low and no sodium versions. Probably not as good but its worth a look see. Even my dad has found he likes it, whenever we have flounder now he coats it in Tony's before cooking.

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    thanks, never knew they had it!! i'll have to check it out the next time i'm at the store.

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    Corn is definetally something I will have to try this summer! Got to wait for yellow corn, not a fan of white.

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    same here. we froze a whole mess of yellow corn at the end of last summer to last us through winter and early spring. almost out now, but the early corn is already in the ground.
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    My wife and I partied with the people who run that place when we at Sturgis last year. Had a blast. They gave us a bunch of free stuff like cookbooks and spices and misc.

    As far as being loaded with sodium, of course it is, the main ingredient is salt.

    John
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    That stuff kicks ass on pizza /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    must agree
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

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    corn. coat with some butter, season liberally and throw it on the grill. mm-mmm, that's some good stuff.



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    evryone here has blood pressure probs
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    My wife uses the green can (creole) on everything! Has for years. With out a doubt the best seasoning there is!! She finds it in the ethnic isle at most grocery stores. when i married her i was at 175 now 220! bp? who cares! love her cooking! /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     
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    Re: Tony Chachere\'s

    this is the north, we don't carry anything more "ethnic" or out there than fortune cookies. Doesn't help that the food store we go to is run by strict conservative religious folks(mennonites to be exact).
     
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