Dale's Seasoning has been a Southern favorite for more than 50 years. Above are the four bottles that have been used to package dale's Seasoning. While the bottles have changed, the unique and original taste of Dale's has remained the same. A total- cooking seasoning, dale's is delicious on all meats, poultry, fish and vegetables.
The Dale's recipe was brought to the United States by Jake Levine following World War II. In 1946, the seasoning made its debut in Birmingham, Alabama at dale's Cellar Restaurant. For more than 20 years, dale's was available only at dale's Cellar Restaurant in Birmingham and other select restaurants.
Because of public demand for dale's unique seasoning, it has appeared in supermarkets since 1970. Today, Dale's is the South's most popular cooking seasoning. Not only is it available at grocery stores and supermarkets throughout the Southeast, but it is quickly gaining popularity throughout other parts of the country.
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