I've had the Tony Chachere's bottle for at least a couple years, as honestly I don't use it often.
But why not make my own?
There's this blend from Emeril. Though, I would omit the salt and pepper (add it to taste later) as well as the garlic and onion powder (put in fresh onion/garlic instead).
There's this blend.
Here, from Cooking Louisiana.
Basically I'll put together: paprika, cayenne, basil, oregano, and thyme. Maybe I'd add the garlic & onion powder if giving as a gift.
OK, I'm hungry!
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