This and Montreal are the two best seasoning I have discovereed in years. I favor Everglades over Montreal. Everglades can be used in a soup base.
When Mess Sergeant Bill Gerstman arrived in Saipan in 1944, he encountered a situation which most thought had no hope. Gerstman found the soldiers of the 714th Rescue Mission so disgusted with eating only mutton and goat that they were dumping their rations into the sea.
Gerstman was raised on a small farm in Alabama and was taught that anything could be made to taste good if seasoned properly. In keeping with that philosophy, Gerstman began experimenting with various herbs and spices. The result was a secret recipe that only satisfied the soldiers' appetites, but the delicious taste had them coming back for more. Soon the troop were using Gerstmans' seasoning on mutton meatballs, eggs, vegetables, potatoes, and any other ration which required seasoning.
After completion of his military duties, Gerstman returned home to the states and resumed his trade as meat cutter/butcher at the LaBelle Trading Post in LaBelle, Florida. With spices and seasonings easier to obtain, he perfected his secret recipe to the delight of many customers who patronized the small general store.
In 1976, the secret formula was finally perfected and the famous logo was patented and "EVERGLADES SEASONING" was born. Gerstman seasoned local meats for years until, in 1985, he sold the recipe to Gene and Martha Cross, owners of the LaBelle Trading Post. For the next seven years, Gene and Martha Cross began distributing "EVERGLADES SEASONING in southwest Florida on a limited bases. During this period, sales grew steadily as word of mouth advertising was creating more demand for the secret recipe.
In February 1992, EVERGLADES FOODS, INC. purchased EVERLGADES SEASONING, INC. Now, EVERGLADES FOODS, INC.manufactures and distributes the Original EVERGLADES SEASONING, EVERGLADES HEAT (a Hot 'N Spicy version of our Oritinal EVERGLADES SEASONING) the 1/3 LESS SALT/NO MSG version.
In 1998 two NEW seasonings were introducted. For that GREAT SouthWestern Flavor there is the MESQUITE FLAVORED BBQ seasoning called CACTUS DUST. The other new seasoning presented in 1998 is EVERGLADES SEAFOOD SEASONING.
The HEAT, 1/3 LESS SALT/NO MSG, new CACTUS DUST and EVERGLADES SEAFOOD SEASONING contain NO MSG!
The goal at EVERGLADES FOODS, INC is to make our WONDERFUL blends of EXOTIC herbs and spices an everyday household seasoning that is sold in every major grocery store in the United States!
Sending for a free sample tomorrow
No Winn-Dixies here.
Click on "where to buy" at left http://www.evergladesseasoning.com/
Originally Posted by Senior Tech