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Wings and Tories - Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Vegetables

Wings and Tories - Chicken, Turkey, Duck, Vegetables

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Boston Spice Wings and Tories Gourmet Seasoning Blend

During the American Revolution, there were two political groups. The Whigs, who supported American independence and the Tories who remained loyal to the throne. Boston Spice wanted to honor both groups with a spice blend that is beyond revolutionary. This spice is a special mix of chili powder, cumin, cayenne, and nutmeg. Our spice Wings and Tories was created for the perfect wing spice. If you're craving the most splendid chicken wing, turkey leg, or duck breast with just the right flavors, then this spice is for you. With this savory spice, you won’t have to choose political sides, to start your own flavor revolution. Be bold and put Wings and Tories on your chicken, turkey, and veggies. 

Boston Spice Wing and Tories Gourmet Seasoning Blend
Cartoon shows a carousel on which sit government ministers Charles Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke and Admiral Keppel. Beam in the center of the carousel platform is a pillar topped by a bust of King George III, a wig and Union Jack suspended over the bust. In the background two robbers lower a large bundle from the window of a building. An inscription above the cartoon reads "Poor John Bull's house plunder'd at noon day." - created May 5, 1783

The association of Toryism in the 18th Century with Lord North's government was also influential in the American colonies and writings of British political commentators known as the Radical Whigs did much to stimulate colonial republican sentiment. Early activists in the 13 colonies called themselves "Whigs", seeing themselves as in alliance with the political opposition in Britain until they turned to independence and started emphasizing the label Patriots. In contrast, the American Loyalists, who supported the monarchy, were consistently also referred to as "Tories". Later, the United States Whig Party was founded in 1833 and focused on opposition to a strong presidency just as the British Whigs had opposed a strong monarchy. The True Whig Party, which for a century dominated Liberia, was named for the American party rather than directly for the British one.

Ingredients*: kosher salt, chili powder, paprika, garlic powder, black pepper, cumin, cayenne pepper. nutmeg. *rice powder added to reduce caking

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