EDIT: OWNER REVIEW-Sedona Trading Company Trail Gourmet Seasonings
- Hello Bob,
Just slotting this in before I head off for a hike! Interesting
product indeed. I have a few corrections, and I'm requesting that you
add some more detail to the culinary aspects, as noted below. I look
forward to seeing the corrected review; please mail to the list using
REPOST in the heading.
BGT OR EDITOR
>### EDIT (1.5 m)
> Sedona Trading Company Trail Gourmet Seasonings
> Owner Review
> Date: September 25, 2005
> Reviewer Information
> Name: Bob Wardecker
> Age: 44
> Gender: Male
> Height: 5' 6" (1.5 meters)
> Weight: 180 lbs. (82 kg)### EDIT 180 lb (82 kg) No period, lb as abbreviation
>### EDIT "I received the Sedona, Italian, Southwest seasonings well
> Product Description
> I received the Sedona, Italian, Southwest seasonings in a card board
> box. Upon opening the box I found newsprint as padding.
packaged in a cardboard box."
There's no value to the reader in knowing the precise materials unless
the company consistently badly ships its goods, and in this case the
packaging sounds just fine.
A copy of their
> recipe book and the seasoning packets.### EDIT: Incomplete sentence. "The package contained a copy of their
recipe book and the seasoning packets." or something similar.
Inside the packet
> are 20 capsules each containing approximately 1/4 tsp. of seasonings.### EDIT: are (not is)
> The capsules are made of a clear gelatin and is
7/8 in (22 mm) x 9/32 in
> (7 mm).### EDIT: Bob, could you rework that last sentence. "convince" doesn't
> I initially purchased the seasoning in late spring 2005 and have been
> using them ever since. I also use them at home. I am well pleased with
> the seasonings due to their convince and taste.
work in this context, and I don't quite know what you are trying to
say. "convincing taste"? But that doesn't sound right.
I also found that to my taste the recommended four
> capsules per pound of meat to not be enough.### EDIT: ...are not enough. Possibly better wording?
### EDIT The review is OK so far as it goes (and I'm fascinated by the
product and will probably buy some), but I have some questions that
I'd like to see the review address. What are some foods you have used
these in? What spice combination went with each food? Did you mix
capsules types in the same dish at all for extra effect, and did this
work? What are the constituent spices in each blend you used (if the
contents are listed)? If they are not listed, could you at least
indicate whether peppery, herbal, etc.; what are the predominant
seasonings? With what types of foods would you say each style
combines, or do all work equally well in all foods?
> Things I Dislike### EDIT: I question if this is fair comment, given that you have
> I really can't find fault with this product other than I would like to
> see more varieties of seasoning flavors.
stated you have used only three seasonings from their range.