Expand the flavor in your cooking and baking with our nine new organic spices. Now available in glass bottles: Adobo Seasoning, Herbes de Provence, Peppermill Blend, Garam Masala, Fennel Seed, White Pepper, Whole Cloves, Allspice and Cardamom.
Literally meaning “seasoning” or “marinade” in Spanish, Adobo seasoning is an all-purpose ethnic blend quickly gaining popularity in southwestern dishes. Our Adobo seasoning features the perfect blend of garlic, onion, and black pepper along with several other supporting spices. Use to add depth to meats, poultry, fish, beans and rice dishes.
Use to add depth to meats, poultry, fish, beans, and rice dishes.
Sea Salt, Organic Garlic, Organic Onion, Organic Black Pepper, Organic Oregano, Organic Bay, Organic Turmeric.
A single spice that imparts the aroma and flavor of a trio of warm seasonings — cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg — allspice is the unripened berry of a small evergreen. Use it in desserts and preserves as well as gravies and marinades, with fruits as well as meats.
Use it in desserts and preserves as well as gravies and marinades, with fruits as well as meats. You can also use ground allspice in cakes and pies, breads, chutneys, custards, marmalades, sauces, soups, gravies, ketchup, marinades, and preserves. It's delicious with fruits, especially pineapple. In a pinch, you can substitute ground allspice for cloves in a recipe.
This versatile spice is prized by Indian, Scandinavian and Middle Eastern cooks. Sweet and spicy, warm and aromatic, cardamom adds a distinctive touch to cakes, pastries and breads and is equally compatible with meat dishes, curries, sweet potatoes and beans.
Try cardamom in cakes, cookies and pies, stews and loaves, meat and vegetable pies, fruit salads and desserts (like baked apple), mulled wine, grape jelly, pickles, sausage seasoning, soups (especially split pea soup), and with sweet potatoes, carrots and squash.
Intensely aromatic and richly flavored, cloves have been a major player in the spice world since ancient times. Actually dried flower buds, you'll often find cloves in seasoning blends alongside cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.
The high oil content of these hand-selected, whole cloves makes them especially flavorful for pickling, flavoring hot drinks, spicing meats or grinding fresh for cooking use.
Fragrant and distinctive, fennel's slightly licorice taste is most often enjoyed with fish. But don't save it for fish nights; try it's anise-like flavor in soups and salads, and with grains and vegetables, too.
Fragrant, sweet, organic fennel for celebrating fish, grains, soups and salads.
Garam Masala, popular in northern India, is a warm mixture of spices. Recipes for masalas vary according to region, as well as the individual cooks, who often concoct a new masala for each dish as needed. This rich, slightly sweet blend will save you that step and still deliver authentic Indian flavor.
Add to soups and stews. Use as a rub for poultry or meat before roasting, broiling, or grilling, or sprinkle on before serving, combine with cooked lentils to make a simple dahl.
Organic Cardamom, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Cloves, Organic Cumin, Organic Black Pepper, Organic Coriander.
A traditional French blend of aromatic herbs for enhancing dips, dressings, soups, salads and entrées.
Adds a Southern France flair to all types of meats and vegetables, ideal in dips and dressings.
Organic Thyme, Organic Rosemary, Organic Basil, Organic Parsley, Organic Oregano, Organic Tarragon, Organic Marjoram, Organic Lavender Flowers.
Time’s a wastin’, so get crackin’ with our three-peppercorn blend of white, green and black peppers! Fair warning: this peppery blend is so irresistible you’ll find yourself seasoning everything in sight!
Place Peppercorn Medley in a clear peppermill for a colorful gourmet touch. Add to eggs, grains, salads, casseroles, soups, potatoes, vegetables, meat and poultry -- just about anything you can imagine that needs an extra kick of flavor!
Organic Black Peppercorn, Organic White Peppercorn, Organic Green Peppercorn.
White peppercorns are fully-ripened fruits (berries) that are sun-dried after their red outer skin is removed. Gourmet cooks often prefer white pepper over black to flavor white sauces and other light-colored dishes -- both because of its color and its more delicate flavor.
The subtle, less biting flavor of white pepper can be used a bit more freely than black. Use in a shaker to flavor light-colored sauces or fish, chicken, and potato dishes.
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