Cavender's brings spice to life | Rock Candy

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Cavender's brings spice to life

Posted By on Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 9:52 AM

SPICELOAD:  Cavenders Greek Seasoning by the pound
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  • SPICELOAD: Cavender's Greek Seasoning by the pound

I know so many people who have just three spices in their cabinets... salt, pepper and Cavender's Greek Seasoning. The magical blend goes well on so many things, it's no wonder it's become so synonymous with good steaks and ribs around these parts.

When I'm reviewing burgers, I can automatically tell which category the spicing of the meat falls into: salt & pepper, Worchestershire, Tony Chachere's, house spice or Cavender's. In Arkansas, Cavender's is king.

What you might not know is where Cavender's is from... or how widespread is its influence. Hop on over to Tie Dye Travels to find out how I got the story.

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