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Lantana of Texas is an all purpose seasoning that may be used on any food that you would normally use salt and pepper.  If sprinkled on meats and covered a few hours before cooking, it will not only flavor, but work to tenderize the toughest cut.  DO NOT USE SALT AND PEPPER WITH LANTANA.


2 pkg Corn bread mix                                   1/4 cup chopped parsley 
1 lb. Bulk Pork Sausage                                1 tbl. Poultry seasoning
4 plain white bread (slices)                           6 small mushrooms, fresh or 1 jar sliced
1/2 cup chopped onions                                3 tbls. Lantana
2 clove (large) garlic                                     1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
1/2 cup chopped celery & leaves                  2 1/2 cups Chicken Broth

Prepare corn bread mix as directed on pkg. Let cool and crumble in large bowl. Pan saute pork sausage and add onion and garlic, cool and add to corn bread. Crumble plain white bread, add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly. 
If using a 12 lb. Turkey, wash thoroughly baste with butter and sprinkle with Lantana and let sit overnight. Place stuffing inside turkey and place in shallow pan in a oven set at 325 degrees. Bake for 4 hours. 
If not using a turkey, saute sausage, onion, garlic, celery and mushrooms before adding to cornbread mixture. Place in a 2 1/2 quart casserole dish and bake 45 min. at 350 degrees. 


Sift scramble as many eggs as you desire with butter or Pam, then sprinkle on LANTANA for a most unusual taste. 

Try the same with fried eggs. 


Season both sides of meat with LANTANA as you would with salt and pepper. 

Broil on both sides until desired amount of cooking is acquired. 


1 Two pound bag of pinto beans
2 tbl. Lantana all purpose seasoning
2 Small ham hocks or 1 large ham hock
1 bag Lantana Mexican Salsa/Mix Hot or Mild, your choice

Clean Beans. Pick out broken or half beans and remove all rock, sticks, etc. Rinse beans at least 3 times. Add water, at least 4 inches over beans. Add 2 tbl. Of all purpose seasoning. Allow beans to set in seasoned water at least 8 hours. Do not pour seasoned water off beans. Add additional water, at least 4 inches over beans.  Bring to a brisk boil, be careful not to scorch beans. Reduce heat gradually to a medium boil. Cook for about 3 hours and add ham hocks. Beans will need to cook for about 5 to 7 hours, until tender not hard or mushy. 45 minutes to 1 hour before beans are done add salsa mix. Maintain 3 to 4 inches of water over beans. You will need to add water 2 or 3 times during cooking. If beans are to soupy to your taste do not add water the last hour or so.

You may decide to add more all purpose seasoning, but do not do so until after you add salsa mix. 

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