Back Bay Blend - Seasoning Salt
Back Bay Blend - Seasoning SaltFor any dish, Boston Spice has the perfect seasoned salt. Our Back Bay Blend Seasoning Salt has garlic, thyme, marjoram, and a hint of horseradish for a little kick. Salads, soups, eggs, meats, popcorn, and vegetables all benefit from our seasoned salt. What about buttered cob corn? Yes, why not?
Keep this spice near your stove because you will want to sprinkle it on everything. Squeeze a pinch of this love between your fingers and sprinkle it on your food.
Boston's Back Bay is considered one of Boston's most photogenic areas. It is also the home of the "Victorian Brownstones." For over 5,000 years Native Americans used this area to catch fish. It was located on the western side of Boston. Until around 1814, this area was a tidal bay with tides rising and falling like most other salt water bays. A dam was then created that connected Boston to Watertown.
Photo: Back Bay, before 1858. Looking down from the top of Beacon Hill in Boston |Source=Lawrence W. Kennedy. Planning the City Upon a Hill: Boston Since 1630. Univ of Massachusetts Press, 1994. |Date=19th c. |Author=Author unknown
Beginning in the 1850s, this "Back Bay" area became one of many land-making projects designed to expand the Boston area. By the late nineteenth century, this Bay area had been filled in. Every 45 minutes, a 35-car train load of quarried gravel and fill arrived from Needham, Massachusetts, 9 miles away. This "created land" project added 570 acres to Boston and took approximately 55 years to complete.
Ingredients*: salt, granulated garlic, onion powder, horseradish powder, marjoram, thyme, powdered sugar. *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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