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November 17, 2006

Spice My Skewer

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Spice My Skewer

Flavor from the inside out? Seattle-based Callison is helping you perk up your kabobs by flavoring your cooking skewers. Seasoned Skewers use birch for their skewers, rather than the usual bamboo, allowing them to transfer flavor from the inside!

Their web site tells us:

“Seasoned Skewers started with a simple, but revolutionary, idea: what if we added flavor to our food from the inside out? In a world of marinades, sauces and rubs, flavor just doesn’t make it all the way inside. But what if the sweet tang of your barbecue chicken actually got past the skin? Imagine the center of your roast having the same garlic herb taste as the crust.

Seasoned Skewers to the rescue. We make our skewers from untreated, Maine wood and steep them in all-natural oils. So all you have to do is skewer your food, and it gets infused with flavor. The skewers do the work and your food tastes delicious-inside and out. It’s fast. It’s convenient. And, yes, it really works.”

Flavors offerings include

  • Thai Coconut Lime A tropical blend of coconut, ginger, lemongrass, red pepper and kaffir lime
  • Garlic Herb A full-bodied mix of garlic, basil, lemon and chives
  • Citrus Rosemary A delicate blend of rosemary and garlic, sweetened with the essence of orange
  • Indian Mango Curry Sweet mango mingles with the exotic spice of cardamom and curry
  • Honey Bourbon The perfect marriage of two classic barbecue flavors
  • Mexican Fiesta A robust mix of smoked chili pepper, coriander, cumin and lime

 Spice My Skewer!

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