A Potlatch is a ceremonial feast of music, food, spirituality and dance of Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest. These feasts highlighted the host’s generosity. Our Potlatch seasoning provides the perfect blend of savory flavors, with just a touch of heat, to highlight the natural sweetness of the salmon and seafood of the Pacific Northwest. The missing ingredient? You – the host – to lavish your generosity on family and friends!
Our own recipe, blended with sea salt, dextrose, paprika, jalapeno pepper, crushed red pepper, oregano, basil, and coriander.
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