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Creole Seasoning

  • 3MTA3 Mar 11, 2012 09:12 AM
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I live in College Park and wondering if anyone has picked up liquid crab boil and Creole seasoning around here. Also, any opinions on brands ? Thanks

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  1. Todd's Dirt may please you. That's a local spice blend sold in Whole Food Stores and Giant stores -- or online at toddsdirt.com (URL below)

    There are three blends: Original, Crabby, and Bayou. The middle one isn't liquid but may capture the flavor profile you want. I use all three blends, but my favorite is the Bayou.

    http://www.toddsdirt.com/index.htm

    1. I like Zatarain's crab boil. It has some nice heat. I think if you check around you can find it in a local chain like Wegman's or Giant. My fave seasoning is Tony C's but it's not easy to find. My parents ship it up from NoLA.

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      1. re: rHairing

        They also sell it at shoppers food warehouse in college park.

        1. re: dining with doc

          World Market carries Tony C's, but I prefer Zatarain's. I use the liquid and crab boil bags at the same time.

      2. I go through lots of Zatarains Creole seasoning during home grown tomato season. I prefer it to Tony C.'s. Local Giants and Safeways typically carry it.

        1. Creole seasoning is very easy to make.