Saturday, November 27, 2010

Emeril's Original Essence







I love the color of paprika.


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Here's the deal ...
I'd like to share the family rub, I really would.
But ...
It's my father's secret recipe.
It's gold.
So is my father.
It ain't happenin. 


Instead ...
I offer you a classic.
You can't go wrong with  a spice rub by the big E.
Play around with it, you might like what you mix.
And bare with me if I throw in a few extra pictures on here.
It's a special post to me.
I photographed my father making this. 




Emeril's Original Essence

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Ingredients:


8 tablespoons paprika
3 tablespoons cayenne
5 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper
6 tablespoons garlic powder
3 tablespoons onion powder
6 tablespoons salt
2 1/2 tablespoons dried oregano
2 1/2 tablespoons dried thyme


Preparation:

Mix all ingredients together.
Store in an airtight container for up to three months.

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Home always makes me feel a little nostalgic.
I wish I lived closer. 


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Bittersweet Farm

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Home is not where you live,
but where they understand you.

Christian Morganstern
























One Love. One Peace. Always and all ways. 

7 comments:

Becca said...

I have had your Dad's mix. NOTHING compares to it. It truely is gold. Only an amazing man could make such a great blend :)

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

you just said the most perfect thing. you usually do.

Love.

<3

La Table De Nana said...

I love his stance there.. I bet it is delicious..Emeril's is the first concoction I ever made..I fell in love w/ him about 20 yrs ago..maybe more..and I made it..He was really my first network star:)

Great pics...Enjoy..

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John W S said...

Why wouldnt you want to share your fathers favorite rub recipe with other like-minded humans?

im sure he would have felt honoured that other people are using his creation and gaining pleasure.

imo, you should do your father some justice and post the recipe sometime in the future.

Kathleen (One Tree Past The Fence) said...

because my father asked me not to.

the biggest clue i gave, or could give is that you play with the spices on your own, you've been given a base line ...

Anonymous said...

Lovely sharp post. Never thought that it was this easy. Extolment to you!

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