How to Use Spice Mixes

Classic seafood seasonings are of course great with shellfish and fish, but can also spice up scrambled eggs or vinaigrette. Chili powder can serve as the base for lots of Tex-Mex type foods, but is also a great starting point for a rub or marinade for meat or poultry. Read the labels to see what's in them and, most importantly, take a taste to think of new great combinations with these spice rack workhorses.

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