Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Camp Dog Cajun Seasoning

When it comes to cooking and grilling, I like to have a variety of seasonings on hand as I'm sure most folks do. Lately, I've been using Camp Dog Cajun Seasoning from a fella named Scott Perrodin, aka "Papa Scott". As you know, I like to be up front regarding my reviews. Nothing was sent to me free in exchange for writing this review. I purchased a couple of varieties of Camp Dog seasoning and liked them so much I wanted to pass along the info. This really isn't so much a review as it is a recommendation.


Camp Dog mild blend and Camp Dog original


There's really no reason to try and get in-depth with something like this. Seasoning is one of those things that you either like or you don't. I happen to really like this stuff! The original blend has a very good kick to it without being so hot that it's unpleasant. The mild blend is toned down a bit, but still has great flavor. I've used Camp Dog on steaks, burgers, chops, spaghetti, scrambled eggs, and have even sprinkled it on Hamburger Helper. It's great on anything you want to add some "pick me up" to!


Papa Scott offers the seasoning in standard 8oz. sizes as pictured here and it's also available in larger 16oz. containers. You can get packages of 6 or 12 containers, too. If you really want to bulk up, the original seasoning comes in a huge 8lb. gallon size! In addition, Papa Scott has fry batter and hush puppy mix. If you prefer to try before you buy, sample packs of each blend are available.




Camp Dog has become one of my favorite seasonings for the grill and kitchen! It adds great flavor to just about anything. Several other bloggers have reviewed Camp Dog already and I am not alone in my liking of this tasty seasoning.


What are Papa Scott's directions for using Camp Dog? They're very simple - "If it flies, walks, crawls, swims, or jumps, just sprinkle a little Camp Dog on it and cook."


You can get all the details at the Camp Dog Cajun Seasoning website. I would be very surprised if you didn't like it, too! As Papa Scott says, "Get 'U' Some!"

5 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

must be yummy as you've pretty much covered that plate! :) i'll check out the website.

darlin said...

Sounds delicious, does the package list the sodium content? I find that the biggest problem with packaged seasonings is the sodium content is generally quite high, if this one isn't then I'll have to order some and give it a try. I see that you really like it... your breakfast is making me hungry now.

heyBJK said...

The original blend has 8% sodium and no MSG. The mild blend has 10% sodium and no MSG.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

We're always looking for good seasonings, especially for wild game. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll check out the site. :)

Albert Quackenbush said...

I love this stuff! I am always watching my sodium intake and Papa Scott nailed it with his original. I should buy it by the gallon, but I will hold back and just get an 8oz shaker. Can't wait for mine to arrive. I am fresh out!