Spice Classics

Spice Classics are a blue collar spice meaning that they are cheap! That doesn't mean that the spices are crummy,‍ it just means that as a hard case laborer I want decent priced spices. I don't want to pay an arm or a leg for what some companies say are premium spices and makes the said spice price seem so.

I won't name company names.

I'd rather spend the money I saved on spices on a better cut of meat, like say, a marbled Ribeye, or a juicy Sirloin steak and probably an incredibly higher priced Beef Tenderloin, cubed and skewered on seasoned beef kabobs:)

That's where my blue collar life edges out into a higher class existence and nobody would be the wiser regarding branded vs cheap spices as long as the container's not in view! Ha Ha! My secret.

Anyway, these are pretty much the basic spices, nothing fancy, just an everyday "go to" spice and that's fine :)

A few extracts and some food ideas are down below. What's a spice with nothing to shake it on? 

Garlic & Onion Spice Classics

SC Garlic Powder 2.5 Oz

Garlic & Pepper Seasoning Salt 4.87 Oz

SC Garlic Salt 5.7 Oz

SC Onion Powder 2.62 Oz

SC Onion Powder 3.75 Oz

SC Chopped Onion 1.75 Oz

Seasoned Salt & Pepper Spice Classics

 SC Ground Black Pepper 1.87 Oz

SC Ground Black Pepper 2.5 Oz

SC Whole Black Pepper 1.62 Oz

SC Ground Red Pepper 2.37 Oz

SC Crushed Red Pepper 1.75 Oz

SC Seasoned Salt 4.75 Oz

SC Seasoned Salt 6.37 Oz

SC Soul Food Seasoning Salt 5.12 Oz

SC Steak Seasoning Salt 4.75 Oz

SC Chicken Seasoning Salt 4.5 Oz

SC Poultry Seasoning 2.37 Oz

SC Seasoned Meat Tenderizer 5.25 Oz

Flakes & Leaves

SC Parsley Flakes 0.4 Oz

SC Parsley Flakes 0.5 Oz

SC Chives 0.3 Oz

SC Bay Leaves 0.16 Oz

SC Basil Leaves 0.75 Oz

SC Whole Oregano 0.87 Oz

SC Dill Weed 0.87 Oz

SC Celery Seed 2.37 Oz

Other Tidbits...

SC Chili Powder 2.87 Oz

SC Cajun Seasoning 4 Oz

SC Adobo Without Pepper 5.37 Oz

SC Celery Salt 4 Oz

SC Ground Sage 1.37 Oz

SC Paprika 2.5 Oz

SC Imitation Bacon Bits 2 Oz

SC Cinnamon Sticks 1.5 Oz

Two Extracts

SC Pure Vanilla Extract 1 FL Oz

"Ingredients: Vanilla Bean Extractives, Alcohol (35%), Corn Syrup"

SC Pure Lemon Extract 2 FL Oz

"Ingredients: Alcohol (Eighty %), Water And Oil Of Lemon"

Funded by beef farmers & ranchers, the Wisconsin Beef Council is a top shelf informative website about beef, recipes and how to cook a certain meat. That's where I got this great recipe!

Here's a really great beef feed that you can sink you chewing teeth into and season with Spice Classics seasonings. It's a mozzarella stuffed, meat inspired crusty wrapped baked delight!

Italian Beef Meatball Sandwich Rolls

  • 1 recipe Italian-Style Beef Sausage (see below)
  • 2 eggs, divided
  • 1/4 cup seasoned dry bread crumbs
  • 12 cherry-sized mozzarella balls (about 6 ounces)
  • 12 ounces refrigerated Rhodes pizza dough
  • 2 tablespoons shredded Sargento parmesan cheese
  • Bertolli marinara sauce, dry basil leaves (optional)

Preheat oven to 400°F. Combine Italian-Style Beef Sausage mixture (made by you), 1 egg and bread crumbs in large bowl; mixing thoroughly.

Shape into twelve, two inch meatballs. Place a mozzarella ball in the middle of each meatball, making sure the mozzarella ball is completely covered with the beef mixture. Place meatballs on aluminum-foiled lined broiler rack coated with cooking spray. Bake in 400°F oven 24 to 27 minutes.

How to make Italian-Style Beef Sausage: Combine 1 pound Ground Beef (93% lean or leaner), 1 teaspoon fennel seed, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon ground coriander, 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder, 1/4 teaspoon paprika, 1/4 teaspoon black pepper and 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper in large bowl, mixing lightly, but thoroughly.

Cut dough into twelve pieces, about one ounce each. Stretch each piece to cover one meatball, pinching the edges to seal. Place on parchment-lines shallow-rimmed baking sheet, seam-side down. Place remaining one egg in small bowl, beat with a fork. Brush rolls with egg; top with Sargento parmesan cheese.

Bake rolls in 400°F oven for ten to twelve minutes or until golden brown. Serve with Barilla marinara sauce and Spice Classics basil, as desired.

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