We LOVE hearing from our customers and enjoy the testimonials that come in regularly on this website, our Instagram account (#tripandpeggyscajunseasoning), and in-person at Farmers Markets and Festivals, and from friends and neighbors. We are always learning of many new and different uses for Trip and Peggy’s and post these as well as the rave reviews. Please keep the comments coming! In Louisiana, we would say that this is lagniappe (“LAN-yap”), Cajun French meaning “A Little Something Extra.”
Long-time Customer, Fort Mill Farmer's Market
“Let me get 6 of these! This is the last Farmers Market for this year and I don’t want to run out before next season!”
H.P., Long-time Trip and Peggy’s Loyalist
“Let me tell you how happy I am to have found your seasoning online! It is my family's absolute favorite seasoning. We received multiple large, unlabeled jars years ago from my grandmother's friend from her bridge club in North Carolina. I'm not entirely clear on whether that friend was Peggy herself or a friend of yours and Peggy's. At any rate, the bottom line is that we did not realize that the seasoning was commercially available, and we were under the impression you had stopped making it. We've rationed the seasoning but are on our very last shaker. My mother has been pestering my grandmother to get the recipe, but she is out of touch with the friend. I was even searching for food chemists who might analyze it, as a surprise for my mother, when I stumbled across your website and recognized the names. This is much better!”
Never do French fries without Trip and Peggy’s! You gotta do this!
“Thank you for the seasoning. I literally put that seasoning on everything! Seriously!”
Before I was introduced to Trip and Peggy’s, I did not realize what the Cajun world was all about. It’s changed the way our house cooks…for the better!
Rolled a 1 pound whole skin-on piece of salmon in hot butter and baked in the same dish for 20 minutes at 425. Having heard rave reviews about Trip and Peggy’s Seasoning, I sprinkled a bit (not too much as this is a seasoning salt) over the salmon for its 5” rest. Meanwhile, I fixed a homemade slaw of cabbage, cucumber, green pepper, and mayonnaise. Served it all on the same plate with a bit of the cooking butter poured over the fish and WOW! The next morning my first thought on awakening was “Supper was great!” I wouldn’t describe Trip and Peggy’s as strictly Cajun – all around strictly good would be more apt!
We are going to have to buy Trip and Peggy’s by the truckload! E is obsessed! He even put it on his chocolate cupcake!
I’m a mother of four and find mealtimes to be a bit crazy. I love to cook, but any shortcut I can find I grab onto. By reaching for Trip and Peggy‘s, I cut out five extra steps of measuring different seasonings to create the perfect flavor. I can do it all with just a few shakes of Trip and Peggy’s. It has been a quick and easy timesaver. Not to mention, because the flavors are so equally balanced, everything turns out tasting perfect!
T&P’s at the family dinner table. Great on tuna casserole.
Many years ago shortly after Trip and Peggy’s was first introduced, I would travel around the country with the seasoning in a medicine jar so I wouldn’t be without it.
Pasture-raised chicken farm owner
Grilled a filleted chicken breast with Trip and Peggy’s and it was easily the best chicken I have ever had!