SEA SALT, PARSLEY, DRIED CELERY, SHALLOTS & SAGE
This blend’s a hen’s best friend—and turkey, too. But pork and veggies (mashed potatoes & corn) love to get in on the action. It's limited edition, and only available during the holidays.
Feather Duster is not a rub. Use it as you would salt: sprinkle, don't pour.
I CALL FOWL: 1/2 tsp per lb.
CIDER CAN CHICKEN (pictured): Make it it just as you would a beer can chicken, but swap out beer for cider. Cheap stuff will do. Dust a 4 lb chicken with Feather Duster. Cook on a grill, indirect grill heat, for about 1 1/4 hours. Serve with Feather Dusted potatoes.
FEATHER SPREAD: Add 1 tbs of Feather Duster, 2 tbs olive oil, pepper and 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese to 2 cans or 2 lbs of boiled white beans. Serve with crudite, pita toasts, etc.
CORN PUDDING: Pulse 3 cups corn + 3/4 cup milk + 3 eggs in the blender. Mix with 1 cup whole corn + 1.5 tsp Feather Duster + 1/2 tsp pepper. Bake in an oiled casserole dish at 350 for 1.25 hours. Thank you, Martha Rose Schulman! We love you!
CORN ON THE COB: Just sprinkle it on there! We like to soak our corn first overnight, in the husk, then throw it on the grill.
MASHED POTATOES: Did you get fired from your job today? Did your pet die? Did your significant other break up with you on a TV talk show? Whip 1 tsp FD into 3 boiled spuds + 1 tbsp olive oil for the most comforting mashed potatoes in the history of the planet earth. Eat while sitting on the floor, right out of the pot with a wooden spoon while wearing jammies. Pairs excellently with a pint (or three) of ice cream and a box of wine.
POTATO PANCAKES: Grate 1 lb potatoes. Stir in 1 egg, 2 tsp flour, 1/2 tsp pepper and 1 tsp feather duster. Fry ‘em in butter like you know you want to, you naughty person.
POTATO EVERYTHING: The 'Dust is a match made in heaven for spuds. Try it on French fries, home fries (with sauteed onions), baked potatoes, oven roasted potatoes, you get the idea.