Southern-Made Seasonings to Liven Up Your Favorite Dishes

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Looking for an easy way to enhance your favorite dishes? Think beyond your everyday seasonings and try an artisanal blend made in the South. From mushroom herb salt to barbecue dry rubs, these innovative Southern-made seasonings will do the trick to elevate your meats, vegetables, and more.


J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works Mushroom Herb Salt

J.Q. Dickinson’s Mushroom Herb Salt is made with West Virginia-grown dried mushrooms, rosemary, thyme, and solar-evaporated, mineral-rich salt. It’s the result of a collaboration between George Patterson, who grows mushrooms on reclaimed mine land, and J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works. Sprinkle it on grilled vegetables, steak, or hamburgers.


J.Q Dickinson Salt-Works Ghost Pepper Salt

Another option from J.Q. Dickinson, this salt contains ghost peppers grown in West Virginia by Patriot Guardens—a program that connects Air National Guardsmen with agriculture projects. Sprinkle a dash on popcorn for a snack with some kick, or try it on baked potatoes or grilled meats.


Food for the Southern Soul BlackJack Barbecue Rib Rub

 Prepare ribs with a generous sprinkling of BlackJack Barbecue Rib Rub; it’ll create a caramelized “bark” on the ribs as they grill or bake. With classic Southern barbecue flavors, this rub is prepared with care in Charleston by Food for the Southern Soul.

SAW’s BBQ Dry Rub

Try SAW’s Alabama-made dry rub to give a punch to pork, chicken, vegetables, or beef. Planning a boozy holiday brunch this season? It also makes a bold Bloody Mary topping.

Holy Smoke Smoked Salt & Pepper Combo

Give your favorite foods a delicate hint of smoky flavor with Holy’s Smoke’s Smoked Salt and Pepper, which are hickory-smoked in Charleston. They’re great on any meal, but we especially love them on breakfast dishes.

PET PET Spicy Tingly Togarashi

Togarashi is a traditional Japanese spice dating back to the 17th century. Made in Athens, Georgia, PET PET Spicy owners Pete Amadhanirundr and Ally Smith blend Southern and Southeast Asian cultures in their Tingly Togarashi, a versatile seasoning enhanced with Szechuan peppercorn. It’ll add a bold kick to veggies, meats, noodles, or stir-fry dishes. Sprinkle it on your favorite cocktail if you’re feeling adventurous.

Written by Daniela Johnson


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