Baltimore, MD – Old Bay
Summer may be winding down, but there’s still time for cooking outside. What better way to brighten up your seafood than with Old Bay seasoning from Baltimore, MD?
Old Bay’s website boasts that 18 spices comprise the 70+ year-old seasoning blend which can be found all over the world.
Their site explains:
To this day, OLD BAY Seasoning is still produced to its original exacting standards in Maryland (we’re old school like that). Its yellow and blue tin has become an icon, and its distinct flavor is the ultimate seafood companion. In addition to seafood, it’s delicious on everything from chicken, pizza and pasta to corn-on-the-cob, salads and more.
Image from Old Bay's website.
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