Review: Lawhorn’s Signature Seasonings

Recently the creators of Lawhorn’s Signature Seasonings contacted me about trying their new seasoning blend.  I said, “Free food?  Sign me up anytime.”  Within a few days my shaker had arrived.

Lawhorns Signature SeasoningsThe first thing I did was give it the smell test.  It was a straight foreword blend, nothing fancy but with the terrific aroma of  black pepper.  Too many seasoning blends treat black pepper as an afterthought.  Not with Lawhorn’s.  It is where it belongs, front and center.

A quick look at the ingredients was a revelation – salt, garlic, onion, pepper, spices, paprika and calcium stearate.  All natural ingredients with one loan additive, calcium stearate which as it turns out is an additive so clean that it is being considered for inclusion on the National Organic Standards Board Technical Advisory Panel list of nonagricultural substances allowed in or on processed products labeled as “organic” or “made with organic.”  Read more about that HERE.

So it smells right and it’s made right.  How did it taste?  Well, Lawhorn’s claims its seasoning blend will “revolutionize the way the people cook by providing a single, seasoning blend that allows even the most inexperienced cooks to prepare gourmet meals.”  I did in fact find it quite versatile.

The first thing I did was use it to season a turkey burger.  It gave just right amount to punch to the patty.  Then I used it season a rotisserie chicken and I again found it a perfect seasoning.  Then I used it to season the batter for frying shrimp and catfish.  Again it was perfect.  Lawhorn’s is shockingly similar to the house blend I have long made for use both at home and at restaurants.  It looks like I’m done making my own seasoning blend.

Currently you can purchase Lawhorn’s Signature Seasonings at select locations throughout the Southeast including some Walmart’s and Publix locations or you can just log onto their web site and have it dropped shipped to you.  Now check out the pix of my food:

Turkey Burger Rotisserie Chicken
 Fried Shrimp  Lawhorn's

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