Category: Food Seasoning

Cinnamon Toast Crunch ‘Cinnadust’ seasoning now more widely available

Last year, B&G Foods launched a new seasoning but it was hard to find.

Now, the company’s said, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust can be found at more than 4,000 grocery stores and online.

B&G Foods said Cinnadust Seasoning Blend captures “the essence of the beloved cinnamon flavored cereal” and fans loved it.

“Consumers clamored to get their hands on Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cinnadust Seasoning Blend during the club rollout in September,” said Jillian Vazzano, brand manager, B&G Foods.

“With the introduction of two new package sizes, and dozens of national grocery chains and online retailers now carrying stock, we’re

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Regular vs. enameled cast iron: How they compare for cooking and cleaning

The good news for those tight on money or kitchen space is that most things that can be done in an enameled pot or pan can be done in traditional, well-seasoned cast iron, with a few adjustments. A lot of the major differences come down to caring for the pieces, though there are some things to keep in mind while cooking, too. Here’s a rundown.

Price. If you’re thinking about beefing up your cookware collection and money is a consideration, traditional cast iron is almost without exception cheaper than enameled pieces, sometimes several times less expensive, depending on size and

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There’s Still a Nationwide Shortage of This Beloved Seasoning

Toilet paper and other items that disappeared from supermarkets in March 2020 may be back on store shelves, but one popular seasoning isn’t. Demand for Old Bay Seasoning is still so strong that McCormick is having a hard time keeping it in stock, the company’s CEO says.

“Oh, my gosh, the demand for Old Bay has been extraordinary, and we’ve been hard-pressed to keep up with it,” Lawrence Kurzius told Yahoo Finance Live. “And, even now, it’s one of those items that we are still struggling with to keep in stock. The demand is just high for favorites like

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This Stick Is The Easiest Way To Season All Of Your Cast-Iron Appliances

Whether you’re a professional chef or consider yourself to be one of the best at-home cooks on your side of the Mason-Dixon, one thing we can all agree on is how much of a perfect addition a cast-iron skillet is to your kitchen. From making the best chocolate chip cookies to whipping up delicious cajun shrimp with bell peppers and corn, you can literally make almost anything in cast iron skillets and they can last for a really long time. In order to get them to last for a really long time though, you’ll need to make sure it’s

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What’s the best oil for seasoning cast iron?

There’s a lot to love about cast iron pans, but one of the material’s greatest virtues is that it can be seasoned, and re-seasoned almost indefinitely, potentially extending its life and restoring its non-stick qualities for decades, or even generations.

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We’ve discussed how you should go about seasoning your skillet, but one question always sparks vigorous debate in culinary circles: what oil should you use to do it?

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What is seasoning?

Before you choose a seasoning oil, it can be useful to know what exactly seasoning

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