Cajun Game Day Snacks and Dinners- Thursday, October 13, 2016

Football season is here and what comes to mind during football more than FOOD. Chicken wings, popcorn, pasta, dips, and more!  Nothing makes all of your favorite game day snacks and meals taste better than Colonel De’s Cajun blackening season. It’s a nice blend of smoky Cajun flavors with a little kick of heat to it.

Cajun Game Day Snacks

A football favorite in households across the USA is chicken wings.  Season up some Cajun rubbed wings for the perfect football game snack.  It’s great to sprinkle the seasoning on top of dips for that extra little kick, your popcorn for an after dinner snack, and it’s also the perfect blend for all kinds of dinners you can make any night for the family.

Colonel De's Cajun Blackening Seasoning

Incorporate Cajun Into A Meal

You can add Colonel De’s Cajun blackening seasoning to:

  • Pasta dishes (perhaps spaghetti in a Cajun cream sauce)
  • Seafood (great with salmon!)
  • Chicken (wings, as mentioned above)
  • Sausage (which can be mixed with that Cajun pasta dish above)
  • Anything else that comes to mind!

If you buy our cajun blackening seasoning or any of Colonel De’s herbs and spices,  make sure you keep the bottle when it’s all gone, because you can bring it back in and get refill for a discounted price!

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Jim Dandy Family BBQ Spot- Tuesday, February 9, 2016

At Colonel De we love great BBQ, and Jim Dandy's has some of the best in town.  We've teamed up with Founder Jim Emig to pair fresch choice meats and gourmet herbs and spices, to make that happen!  See the full spot, below.


Hi I'm with Colonel De of Colonel De's Herbs and Spices.  De what do you get when you combine the worlds greatest spices, yours, with fresh choice meats?  Gosh I don't know Jim what do you get?  You get Jim Dandy BBQ.  We have a brisket and two tri-tips, how did you spice these?  Well on the brisket we put a little bit of cowboy rub, and on the tri-tips we have a wonderful mixture of garlic and it just tastes fantastic.  Come visit us at  Ooh yes it's good.

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Mulling Spot- Monday, February 8, 2016

In this spot, Storm Bennett and Colonel De discuss Mulling at Hagedorn Appliances.  Mulling allows you to take extra flavor from spices and infuse them into ale, cider or wine.  This can really warm you up on a cool winter night, and we think it will be something you can enjoy for years to come!  See the video below.


Hi i'm Storm Bennett with Colonel De.  We're talking about his spices at Hagedorn Appliances and Mulling right, what is that?  Mulling, it's a way of taking some extra flavors from your spices and infusing them in either cider, ale or wine.  It adds a wonderful warmth, and on a cold winters day there's nothing better to warm your soul than some mulled wine, cider or ale.  Get mulled right now, at

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Chili Spot- Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Do you like Chili?  So do we!  You can make so many different kinds of chili with a variety of spice levels and flavors.  Colonel De has all of the herbs, spices and learning tools you could ever need to make great chili, right on his website!

See all of the products De has from chili flakes, to chili powder and even whole chili's, here.

In the below spot, you'll find De talking with Storm Bennett about Chili at Hagedorn Appliances.  Be sure to explore the Colonel De youtube channel for great how to videos and more!


Hi everybody it's Storm Bennett here with The Colonel, Colonel De at Hagedorn appliances talking about chili and it's chili season isn't it?  It's Chili time man, time to get the ol' chili pot out and get it ready for the game.  There's Cincinnati chili, we all know about that, but all across America there are different kinds of chili's.  They're based on different kinds of ingredients.  You can go from sweet to dark, to hot, to regular.  It doesn't matter, it's all chili, it's all good.  Find your taste at

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Brining Spot- Monday, January 25, 2016

As Super Bowl Sunday approaches, you may see Colonel De on your TV!  We'll be posting the spots over the next few weeks, along with links that may be helpful!  This spot discusses "Brining" and how it's important for keeping your turkey or other bird moist.

Find Brining guidelines for a variety of meats, here!


Hi everybody it's Storm Bennett with Colonel De, talking about some spices and brining here at Hagedorn Appliances, so important.  It is very important.  People who tell me they don't like a turkey breast because it's dry, that simply tells me that they've never had it brined.  Brining is important you're putting the liquid back into the meat that it has lost over a time.  It's a wonderful way to prepare your bird, make it flavorful, make it juicy.  More information on

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