FEATHER DUSTER

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FEATHER DUSTER

from 8.00

SEA SALT, PARSLEY, DRIED CELERY, SHALLOTS & SAGE

Like Thanksgiving in a jar! 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. Try it on roasted sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, creamed corn or on homemade bread! Feather Duster is not a rub. Use it as you would salt: sprinkle, don't pour.

Also available in a salt-free version, by the pound, in the pull down “Size & Jar Style” menu below.

  • I CALL FOWL: 1/2 tsp per lb. or to taste on chicken, game hens, turkey, etc.

  • CIDER CAN CHICKEN: 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.

  • 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

Search for more Feather Duster recipes here.

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If you want to buy three same-sized jars, check this out.