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OLD BAYs unique blend of 18 herbs and spices was born along the Chesapeake Bay over 75 years ago. Old Bay seasoning is a spice blend popular on the East Coast of the United States. Please review and confirm the items and quantities before checking out.

We assume no liability for any inaccuracies/misstatements about Products listed on our website/app. You’re currently using an outdated version of Internet Explorer, update your browser now for greater speed, security, and the best experience on this website. Old Bay Seasoning is a trendy seasoning option that features a blend of 18 herbs and spices. Quality and convenience delivered right to your door.

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Directions Coat 1 lb firm fish fillets, such as catfish, salmon, tuna (1/2-inch thick), or 1 lb shrimp with 2 tsp seasoning. See what savings are available and check out our Coupon Resource.

Contains: Do not use if seal under lid is broken or missing. across the USA. Its great on seafood.

Old Bay seasoning was invented by a man named Gustav Brunn, a German-Jewish immigrant who wanted to create the perfect crab seasoning for Marylanders.

Call us when you get to the store, we'll load the groceries for you. … "To his amazement, those minor things he put in there — the most unlikely things, including cinnamon and nutmeg and cloves and all kinds of stuff that had nothing to do with crabs at all — gave a background bouquet that he couldn't have anticipated," said his 93-year-old son in a 2018 interview. 2. We've consolidated the items added to your cart from today with those added during a previous visit. Some of the ingredients are known, but the label still just says that there are other "spices" to keep the recipe under wraps. Brunn came prepared — in addition to a small amount of furniture, Brunn also took with him a spice mixer, which is today on display at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. However, the box itself also suggests that it be used as a seasoning for chicken, and others have gotten even more creative. OLD BAY's unique blend of 18 herbs and spices was born along the Chesapeake Bay over 75 years ago. According to Baltimore Sun, the spice blend is named after the Old Bay Line, a local steamship line that traveled from Baltimore to Norfolk, Virginia in the early 20th century. Product details/images for convenience only.

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Other popular uses include chicken, potatoes and corn on the cob. Since 1939, OLD BAY has been treating taste buds in the mid-Atlantic and beyond -- spicing up seafood like shrimp and crabs or snack food like popcorn and chips.

Packed in USA. We've consolidated the items added to your cart from today with those added during a previous visit. The spice mix was invented by an immigrant named Gustav Brunn who fled to the United States to get out of Nazi Germany, where he'd been released (for a hefty fee) from a concentration camp (via The Jewish Times). Collect coupons, view Weekly Ad and build your list. As with many widely loved spice mixes (the 11 herbs and spices Kentucky Fried Chicken uses on its chicken and has gone to great lengths to keep secret, for example, via Chicago Tribune), it's not entirely clear which spices and herbs make up the blend.

Since 1939, Old Bay Seasoning has offered a unique blend of 18 herbs and spices, including celery salt, paprika, red & black pepper.

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In 1990, McCormick & Company, which also distributes brands such as French's Mustard, Lawry's seasoning salt, and Frank's Red Hot Sauce, purchased the brand in 1990 (via McCormick). The company website provides a number of recipes as well including a pasta salad, a spicy dip, and soups.