Rabble-Rouser - Creole Blend
A Rabble-Rouser is a speaker who appeals to the passions and prejudices of his audience. They have the ability to stir things up. Some of the best Rabble-Rousers in history came from the era of Enlightenment: Patrick Henry, James Otis, Thomas Paine, and Samual Adams. Here at Boston Spice we hope to stir things up in your kitchen. With that in mind, we created a spirited Creole spice blend and named it Rabble-Rouser. This zesty spice will shake up chicken, pork, fish, and shrimp too. This is one spice blend to Rabble about.
According to Google.com, a Rabble Rouser is a person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emotions of a crowd of people, typically for political reasons.
One of Boston's most famous rabble-rouser was a man named Samuel Adams.
By John Singleton Copley - Humanitiesweb.org, Public Domain
Samuel Adams was born in 1772. He was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and a politician in colonial Massachusetts. He argued against the Stamp Acts of 1765. He called for the boycotting of British goods. Some say he was the founder of The Sons of Liberty. He was also one of the leading players in the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773. He also fought to add a Bill of Rights to the US Constitution.
He was elected Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts in 1793 and elected as governor in 1794. He died in 1803 and was eulogized as the "Father of the American Revolution."
Ingredients: kosher salt, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika, sugar, thyme, oregano *rice powder added to help reduce caking
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