The Sacred Cod - Seafood Spice Blend
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Sacred Cod Photo By: Liberma - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link
If you have ever visited the State House in Boston Massachusetts, you might be wondering why they have a 4’11” carved fish hanging in the House of Representatives. This stately fish is called “The Sacred Cod”. It represents the importance of the fishing industry in the early development of the state. They even named the curved part of the Cape after this fish. I’m telling you, this fish is famous! At Boston spice, we couldn’t let this fish go without a tribute and spice blend that accentuates its delicate flavor. We combined; rosemary, basil, parsley, sage, and several other aromatic spices together to create The Sacred Cod spice.
Here are some shrimp topped with panko crumbs and a succulent piece of Cod. Both topped with "The Sacred Cod" spice blend and baked to perfection.
This spice is perfect for that simple fish dinner. Oil or butter your Cod, dust with The Sacred Cod spice, and bake. What could be easier than that?
This spice can help you out with any seafood dinner you want to make. Use it on shrimp and scallops. Try it in your stuffed clams. Put it in your lobster butter! Let your taste buds be “cod-napped” by this exclusive blend from Boston Spice.
Poised high aloft the old hall of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, riding serenely the sound waves of debate, unperturbed by the ebb and flow of enactment and repeal or the desultory storms that vexed the nether depths of oratory, there has hung through immemorial years an ancient codfish, quaintly wrought in wood and painted to the life.
Humble the subject and homely the design; yet this painted image bears on its finny front a majesty greater than the dignity that art can lend to graven gold or chiseled marble. The sphere it fills is vaster than that through which its prototype careered with all the myriad tribes of the great deep. The lessons that may be learned of it are nobler than any to be drawn from what is beautiful; for this sedate and solitary fish is instinct with memories and prophecy, like an oracle. It swims symbolic in that wider sea whose confines are the limits set to the activities of human thought. It typifies to the citizens of the Commonwealth and of the world the founding of a State. It commemorates Democracy. It celebrates the rise of free institutions. It emphasizes progress. It epitomizes Massachusetts.
A History of the Emblem of the Codfish in the Hall of the House of Representatives. Compiled by a Committee of the House. (1895)
Ingredients*: kosher salt, black pepper, celery salt, rosemary, garlic powder, thyme, basil, sage, parsley, marjoram, oregano. *rice powder added to reduce caking
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