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Old 09-05-2008, 19:06   #16
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Thanks Team Sergeant!
I'm a meat-eater also and I just placed an order for some.
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Old 09-05-2008, 20:24   #17
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I called and talked to Mrs. Jess Hall today (I was making an order for a friend) and she said a bunch of you had sent in orders! She asked me if I knew Ambush Master, I said yes, and then she said you must be the Special Forces Master Sergeant

I think you all will be pleasantly surprised when you receive your orders.

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Gail is GOOD PEOPLE!!! I've been like a son to them, ever-since I started running around with his son Jess E the III about 35 years ago. I have seen Mr. Hall hand out the small containers to waitresses, cooks, other wait-staff HUNDREDS of times, he'd just smile at them and just tell them that if they like it, the phone number (now web-site) is on the label!! They've sold THOUSANDS of pounds this way!!

There's a "Framed" letter in their house from someone on a rig in the North Atlantic that goes something like "Jess Hall you sorry SOB!!! You got me hooked on this stuff and I can't find any way to GET IT!! Find enclosed a $100.00 Bill, please send me as much as this will buy!!"

Big Jess sent him a SUBSTANTIAL amount of Serendipity, along with the $100.00 bill!!

Like I said, they are GOOD PEOPLE!!

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Old 09-06-2008, 09:20   #18
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I ordered a 4 pound tub of Serendipity Seasoned salt, that was it. They sent me 2x 14 OZ shakers of Serendipity Seasoned salt, and 2x salt and pepper shakers for free.

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Old 09-06-2008, 09:35   #19
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I try not to use salt on a regular basis, but I'm going to order some w/o MSG.

TS or AM, have you tried his chili mix?
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:01   #20
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I try not to use salt on a regular basis, but I'm going to order some w/o MSG.

TS or AM, have you tried his chili mix?

YES!!! And it is GREAT!!! They also have a (some?) Rubs that are OUTSTANDING!!

The Serendipty Season Blend (Without Salt) is fantastic . My favorite for it, is to sprinkle it on bacon before you cook it. Whether in a microwave or a skillet, it makes any bacon unbelieveably delicious!!
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:04   #21
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I try not to use salt on a regular basis, but I'm going to order some w/o MSG.

TS or AM, have you tried his chili mix?
Nope, I've not tried the chili mix, yet.
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Old 09-06-2008, 12:45   #22
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Serendipity Salt!

Ordered 4 units 09/05/2008 & put in the comment section " A SPECIAL FORCES MASTER SERGEANT recommended Jess Hall's Products" waiting for delivery by USPS. Regard's, tom kelly
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Old 09-06-2008, 14:00   #23
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Jess Hall's Seasoned Salt

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I'm always looking for new spices that are found to be tasty. Sent my order in today and told them the Team Sergeant sent me! Thanks for the advice.
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Old 09-06-2008, 14:44   #24
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+1 order. Thanks for the tip Team Sergeant.
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Old 09-06-2008, 17:40   #25
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YES!!! And it is GREAT!!! They also have a (some?) Rubs that are OUTSTANDING!!

The Serendipty Season Blend (Without Salt) is fantastic . My favorite for it, is to sprinkle it on bacon before you cook it. Whether in a microwave or a skillet, it makes any bacon unbelieveably delicious!!
Thanks for the tips, AM!
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Old 09-07-2008, 10:34   #26
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Old 09-08-2008, 18:36   #27
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My container of Serendipity Seasoned Salt arrived today. It tastes awesome!! Thank you for the recommendation!

I am interested in hearing any recipes or applications you folks would be willing to share.

Thank you.

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Old 09-08-2008, 20:27   #28
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My container of Serendipity Seasoned Salt arrived today. It tastes awesome!! Thank you for the recommendation!

I am interested in hearing any recipes or applications you folks would be willing to share.

Thank you.

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Glad you like it, as I stated it's different! I use it on quite a bit of items, such as grilled squash, asparagus, & zucchini. If I'm not making a peppercorn sauce or some other sort of sauce, I'll just use it instead of just seasoning.

http://www.seattledining.com/ARCHIVE..._au-Poivre.htm

note: remove the pan from the stove top before adding the Cognac.
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Old 09-08-2008, 21:22   #29
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note: remove the pan from the stove top before adding the Cognac.
You're taking all of the fun out of cooking!

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Old 09-09-2008, 08:03   #30
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Glad you like it, as I stated it's different! I use it on quite a bit of items, such as grilled squash, asparagus, & zucchini. If I'm not making a peppercorn sauce or some other sort of sauce, I'll just use it instead of just seasoning.

http://www.seattledining.com/ARCHIVE..._au-Poivre.htm

note: remove the pan from the stove top before adding the Cognac.

Excellent timing, Team Sergeant! I have a gigantic bone-in rib eye in the fridge right now. I will prepare it using this recipe and the seasoned salt tonight!

Thank you!!
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