Reddit Reddit reviews OLD BAY Seasoning, 24 oz

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OLD BAY Seasoning, 24 oz
OLD BAY Seasoning features a premium blend of 18 herbs and spices including celery salt, red and black pepper and paprika to add beloved, unmatched taste that enhances any chef-inspired recipeKosher with no added MSGOur 24 ounce size is perfect for easy recipe customization back-of-houseBorn in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay area, OLD BAY has been a time-honored brand and world-famous seasoning for over 75 yearsOLD BAY Seasoning is the all-purpose seasoning that’s exceptional on a variety of menu items from seafood and chicken to chowder, pizza, fries and more24 OunceWorld famous all purpose seasoningUnique blend of 18 spices and herbsPerfect for seafood, chicken or snacks like popcorn, french fries or chipsSame great taste for more than 75 years
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7 Reddit comments about OLD BAY Seasoning, 24 oz:

u/hazeldusk · 5 pointsr/Old_Recipes

It’s a seasoning that’s especially delicious on seafood: OLD BAY Seafood Seasoning, 24 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000M1HQFY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_DTMgDbFX1F9B7

u/Gevamna · 3 pointsr/orioles
u/EsquilaxHortensis · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

For those (like me) who didn't know what Old Bay is, it's a seasoning popular in Maryland.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Bay_Seasoning

Also available on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Old-Bay-Seasoning-24-Ounce/dp/B000M1HQFY

u/hillstfr · 2 pointsr/baltimore

make sure you have a good size pot to steam them in...a turkey fryer with some kind of insert that keeps the crabs out of the steaming liquid will do well (an overturned stainless mixing bowl could do the trick). Also remember to get your hands on a big can of Old Bay. Really no point in steaming crabs if you don't have it. fill a cereal bowl half full with kosher salt and then fill it to the top with old bay. mix. sprinkle over crabs (do it in layers)

Get live crabs. Large males if the can (females don't tastes as good and should be in the bay anyway). Crabs can actually survive quite a while out of the water if kept in the right conditions, so overnight fedex should be fine. Also get yourself a half dozen crab mallets ....opening claws and such. Re-heating crabs is bad bad bad.

Order a case of natty boh too. Pour a couple cans in the bottom, toss in equal cans of both water & vinegar and you should be good to go. Just make sure there's enough to steam for ~30 mins (likely less)

As for pricing, you're going to get raped. Take it like a man.

As for how many you need...you can prob get by with a half bushel. Experience bawlmorons could plow through a dozen crabs a no prob, but your friends' inexperienced kentucky hands are going to tire of picking crabs before they get to a dozen.

Steam a dozen ears of corn too. 'Cause it's awesome. I'd suggest silver queen, but whatever the local mega mart has will do.

Enjoy...my daughters and a family friend pulled a dozen and a half off their pier a few weeks ago and demolished them...sooo yummy.

u/brady_bear3 · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

i'm from Maryland originally, where Old Bay originated and is made, and i can tell you, this stuff is like crack. i can/have put it on practically everything that is not a sweet dish. put it on chicken regularly, pizza, any veggies, and of course on any seafood. i go thru an entire bottle of it by myself annually, if not quicker. been having a lot more of it during keto so this one may not last that long....