It’s known as a seasoning for all types of meat and fish, but Bell’s Seasoning is best known for being used on a Thanksgiving turkey. The seasoning was founded by William G Bell in 1867, three years after Thanksgiving was declared a national holiday.
Here are some more fun facts:
Seven blends are used including rosemary, oregano, sage, ginger, marjoram, thyme and pepper.
It was created in Quincy Market Place in Boston, Massachusetts with spices originally milled in the North End and it was sold in a can.
For the past 45 years it’s been made in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
One million Thanksgiving meals include the seasoning every year.