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    1 Reviews |  By DJBiker

    Fine Herbs classic French herb seasoning mix is easy to make at home. Make it fresh or used dried herbs and store it for future use. Recipe is easily multiplied, but I recommend making only as much of the dried version as you will use within 1 month so it remains as fresh as possible.

    Recipe #382520

    1 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    May be used on fish, meat, soups/stews, casseroles, salads, vegetables.

    Recipe #112302

    From the Mayo Health Organization. This soup is intended for use in casseroles. It is low in fat and sodium.

    Recipe #18157

    This is fabulous on bagels! (Especially toasted)

    Recipe #4029

    1 Reviews |  By Shazzie

    I don't always want the saltiness of celery salt and I battle to find celery seeds, so I thought this recipe was a useful keeper! Edited 24 July 2008 : I didn't want to make this recipe public until I had tried it myself - This makes a really fragrant, flavoursome celery spice! A great, and simple, way to use up all your celery leaves.

    Recipe #315494

    This recipe is from www.kitchenmixes.com. It is a great substitute for the boxed onion soup mix. It equals one packet or about 1-1/4 ounces. You can add garlic powder or other seasonings if you wish. It also makes a great gift for cooks. Make up some packets of onion soup mix, add a soup ladel, soup bowls, soup spoons, recipes, and some non-perishable ingredients. Place in a basket or pretty box wrapped in a tea towel.

    Recipe #110331

    From American Profile magazine in our local town newspaper. (March 2007) Not sure of the times listed so if you make this recipe and I'm way off, please let me know.

    Recipe #287948

    If you love ranch dressing, but do not want the additives in most bottled brands, then you will love this. Just make the spice mix, keep it in the freezer (there is enough for MANY uses), and when you want ranch dressing, just mix with buttermilk and mayo. If you want ranch dip, then mix with sour cream and mayo. It is worth the time to prepare this mix, and worth the collection of spices necessary to make it.

    Recipe #382249

    This is a copycat recipe for Schilling Salad Supreme. Use the entire recipe if making Mysterygirl's Linguini Salad in place of the 1/2 a jar that is called for in the recipe. It would be good mixed with italian dressing on vegetables too.

    Recipe #24917

    Great for soup! Try Recipe #264660.

    Recipe #264657

    I don't remember where I got this, but it is a good all round seasoning salt.

    Recipe #282645

    I got this recipe off of a bag of flour when I did not have any self-rising flour.

    Recipe #5247

    These delicious nuts are such a sweet crunchy treat. Great for parties or late night munchies. Makes enough to keep a bit around for another day :)

    Recipe #28564

    You can vary the flavor as you like with this. Try using Amaretto dry coffee creamer for 1/2 the milk and skip the cinnamon for example.

    Recipe #318838

    This is the spice mix from a taco recipe that I got from Redbook's Wise Woman's Diet Cookbook. Whenever I have a recipe that calls for a package of taco seasoning mix, this is what I use. The great thing about it is that it has no MSG or preservatives. *Update* This recipe is equal to one packet of taco seasoning mix -- enough to season one pound of ground meat.

    Recipe #124269

    THE BEST!!! It's won just about every award ever since 1983... A seasoning for all salads, sauces, blackened dishes, chili, spaghetti, bullshots, bloody marys, and for ham hoc'n beans etc. Amazing on RIBS!

    Recipe #376671

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