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Vanns Spices primer
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Vanns Spices primer
<!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.vannsspices.com/spice.htm">http://www.vannsspices.com/spice.htm</a><!-- m -->

actually describes spice flavors to the limited degree of the written word. Sort of fun reading and may give you an idea on a new spice to try in your rub or sauce. Saw a few I'd never heard of before.

The blurb on their barbecue blend is interesting:
Quote:BARBECUE BLEND - Vanns has created a barbecue spice you will find interesting. Actually we do several barbecue blends. Depending upon what part of the country the customer is from, the blend may be slightly different. For example, in North Carolina, we sell one blend and in South Carolina a different one. For most of the U.S., we created a chili based barbecue blend with onion, garlic and other spices. This blend is easy to use as a dry marinade or as the base for a sauce. Your customers will find this useful and good.

Vanns is a very reputable spice dealer. I've not ordered from them, but have seen Ann Wilder's work on other forums.

I have ordered from <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.penzeys.com">www.penzeys.com</a><!-- w -->. They're good quality too.

The Vann's recipe link is worth a gander while you're there. <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.vannsspices.com/recipe.htm">http://www.vannsspices.com/recipe.htm</a><!-- m -->

Phil
06-16-2006 05:08 PM
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