You probably already have lemon pepper in your kitchen. But do me a favor, and check the ingredients.
Lemon? Check. Pepper? Check. Lake #5 Food Dye? …check.
Most brand name lemon pepper blends use artificial chemicals to give the powder an unnaturally bright, neon yellow. Baldy doesn’t do that. Baldy will never fool your senses. Instead of unnatural dyes, Baldy uses Meyer Lemons. The smaller, mildly sweeter cousin of traditional lemons, these citrine gemstones of the fruit world are fantastic for seafood, poultry, and even salads. But how do you put it into a blend? Baldy painstakingly zests each lemon to capture the bright, tangy natural oils. He then juices the fruits, incorporating each drop of this beautiful fruit into the lemon pepper blend. (just kidding, but he does use Meyer Lemon Powder and Peel in this blend) It's not just any “pepper” he uses btw. Baldy spares no expense and hand-grinds a trifecta of red, black, and white pepper. The seasoning is rounded out with a sprinkle of Himalayan salt, onion, celery, and garlic. Turbinado sugar enhances the natural sweetness of the Meyer Lemon, and also ensures a beautiful crust for your tilapia filet or shrimp skewer.