Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Selma Souvenirs

That morning cup of coffee couldn't be better than in a mug from Selma, Alabama! Or, how about some Southern Flavor (in the basket) to add extra pizazz to your barbecue? We use the Cajun seasoning for grilling smoked turkey and pork roasts.

Then, try a bottle of marinade. This window display at Swift Drugs offers a few of many Selma products and souvenirs. If you look into the background at top left, you'll see the city fountain reflected from across Broad Street.

I am adding the link to Southern Flavor's website. Seems they offer free samples!

Click to enlarge the photo for better window shopping.


Z said...

Do you have a Selma mug? :-) Reading about the Southern Flavor reminds me of the Old Bay seasoning they use in Maryland, in the Chesapeak Bay area for crabs and such. I'm not a fan of crustaceans, so I can't say anything about the seasoning.

Kate said...

Delightful photo. I'll take several bottles of the Cajun seasoning, please. Just charge and send it on its way.

Janet said...

Hi Z,
I don't have a Selma mug! I am not much of a coffee drinker, but I do like hot Plantation Mint tea.
I do have Selma's "Land of Cotton" and "Tastes of Old Selma" recipe books, ink pens, a t-shirt or two, and we used to have a frisbee. At one time, we had a really miniature cotton-bale music box. When I visit somewhere, the main souvenirs I bring home are recipe books, postcards and pictures.

Kate, just let me know how to get that Cajun seasoning to you, and it will be on the way!

Anonymous said...

It is a nice photograph that is rich in both color and details.

I didn't do much today but...

I did write about how people used to wear long underwear over winter or until we began to stink. You can find the link at the bottom of the post today.

Brookville Daily Photo

Beetle said...

Hehehe...I love the way you tried to show Selma at once...the reflection did so well and I did enjoy my window shopping by enlarge ;-)

Annie said...

What a neat treat. I'll send off for some free samples tomorrow, Rambling Round, and will think of you when I try each.