Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Savory Fine Foods Review

It all started as a way to make some special party foods for our events at our garden store, Martha's Bloomers in Navasota. We are always looking for ways to create something special for our customers and to have a great time at our parties. I received Savory Saltine Seasoning in the mail as part of a product review. The way it works is you mix Saltine Crackers with the Savory Seasoning along with Canola Oil. I made one tube of Saltines and used Olive oil instead of Canola Oil. You mix the oil and the Savory Seasoning together in a zip lock bag then you add the crackers and finally mix all around every 15 minutes to make sure the Savory Seasoning gets on all the crackers not just some of the crackers. I let mine sit overnight and the next day I was having my parents over for a visit so I arranged them on a plate and they each tried them. First impression Sour then the Spice hits you but tasty, if you are one who does not like a lot of spice this is not for you as it is very hot and you will be looking for ways to cool the mouth off next time I serve this I will serve with cheese so it may take some of the kick of the spices away. Visit  to learn more about this product.

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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