Love That Dirty Water - Seafood Seasoning
Here is Love That Dirty Water cod with
Public Garden seasoned roasted red potatoes
Are your shrimp skewers, salmon steaks, or Boston cod tasting dull, lifeless, or downright dirty? Well, we will teach you to love that dirty water. Shake things up with Boston Spice's lime-spiked mix of herbs that we call "Love That Dirty Water." Don't be shy. Generously sprinkle this on your seafood before cooking, then drizzle melted butter on top. While you're at it, try spreading our "Love That Dirty Water" on your poultry to make your chicken or turkey taste wicked good. This is the one big spice that didn't get away.
The Charles Rivers or Charles or the River Charles as it sometimes called, was originally named the Massachusetts River, by Captain John Smith of Pocahontas fame, after the Massachusetts Tribe that lived in the area. King Charles I decided to change the name to the Charles River. Kings can do that. The Charles River flows about 80 miles from Hopkinton Massachusetts before it empties into Boston Harbor. Over time, sewage, wastewater, and runoff from the towns bordering the Charles would pollute the water. In the early 1960's, programs were started to help clean up the river.
In 1978, the Charles River Dam was created near the Boston Museum of Science. This dam kept out salt water from the ocean, hence turning the Charles River basin into fresh water. As of 2013, small boats can be used on the Charles River, but swimming without a permit is forbidden.
Ingredients*: crystallized Lime (citric acid, lime oil, lime juice, maltodextrin), paprika, parsley, chili powder, oregano, garlic powder, black pepper, salt, cumin, cayenne pepper. *all natural rice powder added to reduce caking.
Packaged on equipment that also works with peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat. Our facilities store packaged tree nuts, soy, and dairy items in common areas.
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