Plantation owners often sent the house workers shopping at their local farmer's markets. As a cook was shopping at a New Orleans market, she discovered many fine herbs and homegrown spices. She knew they would be good for pork chops. She also purchased the Cajun herbs and spices she had been given instructions by the mistress to purchase. When she returned to the plantation, she decided, without permission, to blend all those spices together and make pork chops. She took a huge chance, as she could have lost her status in the kitchen and been sent back into the hot fields. At supper, the Plantation owner and his family loved the pork chops so much that was the way they required them to be cooked from then on by every cook who came after her. This pork chop seasoning recipe came from the Hermann-Grima House in Central LA. Made with garlic, onion, Cajun seasonings, and all of her favorite ingredients, this seasoning is sure to please. You will receive one 10 oz. bag of this seasoning.