Five Spices To Take On Vacation
Travel and delicious food should go hand in hand. Wherever adventure takes you, these are the five spices we take with us for perfect breakfasts, dinners, and every snack in between. What spices travel with you on vacation? Tell us in the comments below!
Garden Dill Dip Mix
Snacks are an essential part of the vacation meal rotation. Whisk this zesty dill dip mix into yogurt or sour cream and commence dunking all your favorite potato chips and fresh veggie sticks.
Back of the Yards Garlic Pepper Rub
If it’s going on the grill, sprinkle this on first. Our garlic pepper rub is a crowd favorite and a must-have spice blend for any getaway adventure. Delicious on burgers, steak, chicken, and pork chops.
Parisian Shallot Salt-Free Herb Blend
Perfect blend for fresh summer vegetables, especially zucchini and yellow squash. This blend of French herbs and alliums amplifies the flavors of any vegetable from the farmer’s market or roadside veggie stand.
Friday Fish Fry
Whether you’re on a fishing trip or simply taking a trip to the local seafood market, Friday Fish Fry should be in your tackle box. This lemony blend is perfect as a dry rub or whisked into a flour dredge.
Vanilla Spiced Sugar
From instant oatmeal at the campsite to sipping coffee on the beach balcony, this spiced vanilla sugar is an instant vacation upgrade. Vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom form a delicious sprinkle of sophistication.
These pre-measured portions are perfect for vacation cooking. Each recipe takes less than an hour to make, giving you more time to linger around the table with loved ones. Simply follow the recipes printed on the back of the package.
I save the last 5-15% of most used spices (in the refill bag, not jar) and leave behind at Rental Cabins with kitchen, after using for picnic and any cooking. Salt Free Singapore blend for HB eggs, and of course, Smoked Paprika.
When I travel I also pack spices for when I will be cooking. I pack: Garlic Powder, Italian Seasoning, Aleppo Pepper, Cinnamon, Chili Powder, Montreal Steak Seasoning. Combos of some these are great on a variety of cooking. For example if roasting little potatoes I’d coat them with a little oil & a combo of chili, Aleppo Pepper, garlic & a little Italian seasoning. Gives them a kick and they are delicious.