Faneuil Fiesta - Southwestern Spice Blend
Sometimes referred to as the "Cradle of Liberty", Faneuil Hall located in downtown Boston, was a marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. The merchant Peter Faneuil had this great building built with his own money in 1740-1742. The building was named after Mr. Faneuil. This great meeting hall hosted the first Town Meeting in the colonies. It is also where the Sons of Liberty voiced their anger against British injustice.
To recognize the greatness and importance of this hall, Boston Spice has come up with Faneuil Fiesta blend. This celebratory mix of flavors brings out the best in everything it is added to, such as sautéed shrimp, roasted vegetables, poultry, fish, beef, and even plant-based meat substitutes.
Here are some Boston Spice creations using our Faneuil Fiesta:
- Add some Faneuil Fiesta to ground beef and you can have Taco Tuesday any day of the week.
- Toss some Faneuil Fiesta in a skillet with sliced beef (or meat substitute), onions and peppers, and you will have the best fajita's in the New World.
- If you are not a beef fan, add some Faneuil Fiesta to fish for some yummy fish tacos or burritos.
- Mix some Faneuil Fiesta with black beans, fresh corn, diced red pepper, and a little lime juice and you have a scrumptious black bean salad.
Faneuil Fiesta Black Bean Nachos
A statue to the great statesman Samuel Adams
Ingredients: chili powder, cumin, oregano, paprika, onion, garlic powder, coriander, cayenne pepper, salt, onion powder *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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