Covered Wagon - Barbecue and Stews
When the spirit moved some colonists to explore, they packed up their covered wagons and headed west into the great unknown. They usually brought a variety of vegetables, meats, beans and grains to eat along the way. What they were missing though was Boston Spices Covered Wagon blend. This bold blend combines the flavors of chili, smoked paprika, cayenne, and oregano with the sweetness of maple sugar. It's finished off with two types of pepper to give it that hint of heat, a perfect match for those camp fire meals. No need to hit the trail to give this one a try in your kitchen. Bring your taste-buds on a journey with our Boston Spice Covered Wagon seasoning blend.
On December 3, 1787, The First Covered Wagon to leave Massachusetts for the West left from, what is today known as, Hamilton Massachusetts, and arrived the next spring in the Northwest Territory and founded Marietta, Ohio. Many people, who could afford it had carts and wagons to get around in. The Conestoga Wagon was the earliest American form of Covered Wagon and was extensively used by early pioneers to help settle the western frontier of the American colonies.
Ingredients*: smoked paprika, cumin, chili powder, maple sugar, salt, oregano, white pepper, black pepper, 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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Covered Wagon spice blend contains cayenne pepper, and on the listing of ingredients there’s an asterisk next to that ingredient. Why? I got a sample with my order, and I’m allergic to cayenne pepper. I checked the ingredients before I used this blend and saw the asterisk. I’ll give this sample to my sister.
Hi. Thank you for your question. Our Covered Wagon spice does contain Cayenne pepper. The "*" after the cayenne refers to the rice powder we add to this spice blend to reduce caking. Most spice companies as the chemical silicon dioxide as a flow agent to reduce caking. We do not add any chemicals, so we add some all-natural rice powder to reduce caking.
Since you are allergic to Cayenne, do not use this spice.
If you have any other questions, please let us know.
Thank you again for your order.