Town criers were used extensively throughout Medieval England as a way to spread news or notify the inhabitants of an event. Most people of that time period could not read or write, so they relied on their town crier to inform them of what going on. They would even read proclamations to the people. After the town crier would read his notice out loud, he would affix it to a nearby post or tree for all to see. Today, sometimes you can still find a town crier on a city street corner hawking newspapers by yelling that days headlines.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye!! This is one spice you have to try. Boston Spice developed "Town Crier" in honor of those men and women who were sent out to the streets to spread messages to the people. Put this herbal blend on chicken, fish, veggies, and turkey. This flavorful blend has savory, sage, thyme, ginger, and nutmeg.
Hit the streets, ring your bell, and cry “Oyez, Oyez Oyez” and tell all your neighbors and friends about your newest cooking ally in the war on flavorless food, Boston Spice's “Town Crier”.