Do you have a go-to seasoning that you prefer over all others? Six Seasonings is the best spice and herb combination that I’ve used. Unlike many seasoning mixes in one bottle, salt is not an ingredient in this blend. And when you need to limit the amount of sodium in your diet, you can confidently use Six Seasonings on most vegetables and meat.


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What spices do I need in my pantry?

Six Seasonings, a spice and herb blend by Santa Fe Seasons, will solve the question, “what spices do I need in my pantry?”


I season nearly everything with Six Seasonings. It’s a constant commodity in my pantry. In fact, I’ve listed twenty of my personally-created recipes published on Kitchenb Southern Hospitality for you below:

  1. Ribeye and Eggs
  2. Chicken Soup for Grandkids
  3. Festive Chicken Salad
  4. Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Casserole
  5. Chicken and Vegetable Soup
  6. Party Sausage and Cheese Balls
  7. Mixed Green Bean Casserole
  8. Hamburger Steak & Mushroom Breakfast for Two
  9. Goulash
  10. Taco Salad (Cooking for One)
  11. Mesquite-Tea Ribeye and Baked Potato Slow Cooker Meal
  12. Barbecue Raspberry Chipotle Chicken
  13. Napolean Cheeseburger
  14. Stacked-High Grilled Burger
  15. Pressure Cooker Chicken & Rice (for two)
  16. Nachos & the Fixin’s – Without the Chips
  17. Pressure Cooker Pork Roast Meal
  18. Southern Cream Cheese Cabbage (a slow cooker recipe)
  19. Barbecue Mango Slow Cooker Dinner
  20. Grilled Sirloin with Veggies and Apples

During my current seven-day food-blogging sprint this week, I interviewed the food blogger/photographer, Matthew Roybal, the owner of Mateo J Designs. Matthew creates gorgeous gourmet dishes, and they are seasoned with spices and/or herbs that particularly go well with specific cuisines, such as Mediterranean or Guatemalan, etc. He cooks from a large array of spices from his pantry. He probably knows more about seasonings than I’ve ever used in a lifetime. I’m fascinated with his recipes. Like Stuffed Spinach Portabello Mushroom Burgers. And Tofu Enchiladas on Orange Zested Beans. We could go on and on about the amazing Mateo J Designs’ food photos and specially-seasoned recipes.

Patty Cakes Pantry has collaborated with me occasionally for team blogging on kitchen topics such as spices. Like she says in her blog post “25 ‘Must Have’ Spices for Your Pantry”, “Every home cook has certain spices, or seasonings, that they always reach for.”

It’s fun to experiment with recipes, using a variety of herbs and spices. But for Southern cooking, Spanish recipes, hamburgers, and many of the vegetables I cook, Six Seasonings has a wonderful flavor that I love.

If you were to look at my pantry, you’d see numerous types of seasonings, salt, and pepper – and always, plenty of Six Seasonings.

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