Seasoned Eatings — 25 Comments

  1. Oh! I LOVE this kind of thing! Count me in. I’ll send my address later tonight.
    Superb idea, Katie!

  2. Hey Katie this sounds great! Count me in and I will send you my address thru the contact portion of your website. Too fun:)

  3. Oh! Me! Please! And I promise, even though I’m from Minnesota, that I won’t send salt or cream of mushroom soup as a primary spice. 🙂

  4. i love this idea! i’m new to reading your blog and haven’t commented yet, so i’m not sure, is this just a thing for regular visitors, or can i join also? it’s a wonderful idea and i’d love to learn about a new spice (& teach someone about my most beloved spice too!)

  5. Oh Katie, that sounds like so much fun. But I don’t think that I will be able to participate. Australia has such strick rules about receiving food products from overseas. Although certain food products can still get through as long as one declares it… I’ll have to check.

  6. Amy, no mushroom soup?!?
    Carmen, of course you can play – everyone who wants to can…the more the merrier…
    Nora, we were hoping spices and herbs in commercial jars would get past all the customs guys…let me know!
    Lydia, can’t be done! (the resisting, I mean)
    Zoomie, I’ll look for it
    Lannae, send me the info…. and let the fun begin!

  7. This sounds fun. I’ll play…although I have no idea of what type of spice to send that would be typical of this region! I’ll have to think about it…

  8. Hi Katie, you know my adress, you can count me in, although I live in a spiceless country 🙂

  9. That sounds fun!! I love spices! But NZ’s customs do not allow food from overseas. I’ll be envious of those who receive parcels! Happy hosting, Katie.

  10. Arfi, we could call it a ‘gift’. I onced sent Cuban cigars to a friend in the U.S. – at his request, from Andorra, where they are legal. Called it toys…well, they were…. I’m so bad….

  11. I would like to join, but I don’t have a blog. Do I need to make one?
    Let me know.
    Thanks leslie