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Allspice Berries

Allspice combines the flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and pepper all rol...

Allspice combines the flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and pepper all rolled into one berry. It is indigenous to the West Indies. Allspice is an essential part of the jerk spice blend and goes well with fruit and vegetable dishes. Origin of spice: Jamaica

$6.50 $26.00

Amchur

Amchur is a spice derived from the evergreen mango, which adds a fruity, tang...

Amchur is a spice derived from the evergreen mango, which adds a fruity, tangy flavor to foods. It is native to India and Southeast Asia. It is good with vegetable and bean dishes. Origin of spice: India

$8.00 $32.00

Ancho Chile Powder

This chile is a dried poblano chile, which is native to Mexico, and is part o...

This chile is a dried poblano chile, which is native to Mexico, and is part of the “Holy Trinity” of Mexican chiles that makes up mole. Ancho chiles have a fruity, sweet, smoky, earthy flavor. Origin of spice: Peru

$5.50 $16.50

Ancho Chiles

This chile is a dried poblano chile, which is native to Mexico, and is part o...

This chile is a dried poblano chile, which is native to Mexico, and is part of the “Holy Trinity” of Mexican chiles that makes up mole. Ancho chiles have a fruity, sweet, smoky, earthy flavor. Origin of spice: Peru

$5.50

Anise

Anise has a sweet licorice type flavor with some peppery undertones. It is na...

Anise has a sweet licorice type flavor with some peppery undertones. It is native to the Middle East and Mediterranean region. It goes well with fish, fruity, and root vegetables dishes. Origin of spice: Spain

$6.00 $24.00

Applewood Smoked Salt

This sea salt is smoked for 1-2 hours over applewood, giving it a fruity flav...

This sea salt is smoked for 1-2 hours over applewood, giving it a fruity flavor. It is a lightly smoked salt, which goes well on meats, fish, poultry, vegetables, eggs and in BBQ sauces.

$5.50 $22.00

Basil

Basil is a common ingredient in Italian and Mediterranean dishes of all sorts...

Basil is a common ingredient in Italian and Mediterranean dishes of all sorts and is native to that region. It has a flavor profile of sweetness and slight spiciness, combined with undertones of cloves and pepper. Origin of spice: Egypt

$6.50 $26.00

Bay Leaves (Organic)

These dry bay leaves are native to the Mediterranean region. They add a spicy...

These dry bay leaves are native to the Mediterranean region. They add a spicy, little bitter, balsamic type flavor to a dish. The leaves should be removed before serving. They go well with tomatoes, rice, beans, fish, lamb, chicken, beef, stews, and soups. Origin of spice: Turkey

$13.00 $39.00

BBQ Salmon Rub

This unique blend is wonderful with salmon and other “meaty” fish such as hal...

This unique blend is wonderful with salmon and other “meaty” fish such as halibut and swordfish and is even great on shrimp. It combines a bit of heat and hints of black pepper with a smoky slightly sweet flavor. Try our recipe for Grilled BBQ Salmon. Ingredients: Chilis, brown sugar, mustard, cinnamon, smoky paprika, cacao, black pepper, smoked black pepper, and salt.

$8.00 $32.00

Berbere

This is a traditional spicy North African seasoning that has multiple uses: a...

This is a traditional spicy North African seasoning that has multiple uses: as a rub on meats and chicken, added to stews and soups, and sprinkled on roasted vegetables and fish. It has an earthy fiery flavor and brick red color, which comes from its blend of chilis, paprika, and cardamom. Try Berbere in our recipes for Roasted Berbere Chickpea and Couscous with Berbere.  Ingredients: chilis, paprika, cardamom, coriander, ginger, cloves, fenugreek seeds, onion, salt, cinnamon, and garlic.

$7.00

Black Lampong Peppercorn

These peppercorns come from Indonesia and are smaller in size and have an int...

These peppercorns come from Indonesia and are smaller in size and have an intense aroma though a moderate heat level with a lingering finish. They can be used in any recipe that calls for black peppercorns. Origin of spice: Indonesia

$5.50 $22.00

Black Tellicherry Peppercorn

This is a very high-quality peppercorn from the Malabar coast of India. The b...

This is a very high-quality peppercorn from the Malabar coast of India. The berries are larger in size and have a deep complex and an almost fruity flavor with moderate heat. Many pepper connoisseurs prefer the Tellicherry peppercorns over all others. They can be used in any recipe that calls for black peppercorns. Origin of spice: India

$6.50 $26.00

Bloody Mary Spices

Nothing starts out a weekend brunch better than a Bloody Mary cocktail. This ...

Nothing starts out a weekend brunch better than a Bloody Mary cocktail. This spice blend is inspired from many trips to New Orleans. It combines a reasonable level of heat with some smokiness, which blends well with the tomato juice, citrus, and vodka in the drink. It will no doubt become a favorite Bloody Mary mix. It also goes well on chicken.Try our Bloody Mary recipe. Ingredients: Smoked sweet paprika, Hungarian sweet paprika, ancho chili, Aleppo chili, Worcestershire powder, dried vineg...

$7.00 $28.00

Bourbon Smoked Black Peppercorns

These black peppercorns have been soaked in bourbon for 24-48 hours and then ...

These black peppercorns have been soaked in bourbon for 24-48 hours and then smoked for 3 hours over cherry wood, giving them a wonderful smoky bourbon-type finish. They are fabulous as a rub combined with salt for steaks and burgers, and are a wonderful addition to a rich mac & cheese, roasted potatoes, and in BBQ sauces.

$9.00 $36.00

Burgers, Burgers, Burgers

The penultimate blend of spices to add to your burger mixture to enhance the ...

The penultimate blend of spices to add to your burger mixture to enhance the flavor be it a beef, turkey, chicken, lamb, or salmon burger. Also good on steaks. Try our grilled burger recipe. Ingredients: brown sugar, smoked salt, black pepper, Greek oregano, paprika, ground mustard, Worcestershire powder, garlic and onions.

$8.00

Cacao Powder

This is the purist form of chocolate and originates in Central Mexico. It is ...

This is the purist form of chocolate and originates in Central Mexico. It is a 100% cacao without any sugar added, so it will have a little more bitter flavor than expected. It is wonderful to use in baking cookies, brownies, and cakes or in hot chocolate, and is an essential ingredient for mole. Origin of spice: Peru

$5.50 $22.00

Cajun Seasoning

This blend brings back memories of trips down to Louisiana with its mixture o...

This blend brings back memories of trips down to Louisiana with its mixture of a little heat, black pepper, paprika and herbs. It can be used as a rub on meats, chicken and duck, used to blacken fish and shrimp, and added to jambalayas and gumbos.Try our recipes for Cajun Shrimp over Pasta, Potato Latkes with a Southern Flare, Grilled Scallop Salad with Cajun Seasoning and Mustard Dressing, and Cucumber Grape Gazpacho with Cajun Shrimp. Ingredients: paprika, ancho chili, black pepper, onion, ...

$6.00 $24.00

Caraway Seed

Caraway is most recognizable as the flavor that gives rye bread its unique ta...

Caraway is most recognizable as the flavor that gives rye bread its unique taste. It is native to Central Europe, North Africa, and the Mediterranean. It is very popular in German and Scandinavian cooking. It goes well in breads and cakes, and in noodle, cabbage, and pork dishes. Origin of spice: Finland

$3.00 $12.00

Cardamom Pods (Black)

Native to India and Nepal, and has a smoky, earthy, pine-like flavor, with ba...

Native to India and Nepal, and has a smoky, earthy, pine-like flavor, with bacon undertones. The flavor is more potent than green cardamom and is used in rice pilaf, meat and vegetables curries, and in soups, stews,and slow cooking greens. Origin of spice: India

$7.00 $28.00

Cardamom Pods (Green)

Green cardamom is indigenous to Southeast Asia and Central America. With a fl...

Green cardamom is indigenous to Southeast Asia and Central America. With a flavor profile of smokiness, lemony, flowery, and bittersweet, it is an essential ingredient in curries, masalas, pilafs, dahls, and adds a unique taste to puddings and ice cream. Origin of spice: India

$8.00 $32.00

Cayenne (Medium) Chiles

Cayenne Chile is the chile with which most people are familiar when they thin...

Cayenne Chile is the chile with which most people are familiar when they think of ground chili pepper. This is the medium version of the chile powder, but it should be used sparingly, a little at a time until you reach your heat tolerance level. Cayenne Chiles add heat but are not complex in their flavor. Origin of spice: India

$4.50 $13.50

Celery Seed

Celery seed has a parsley-like, grassy, slightly bitter flavor and is native ...

Celery seed has a parsley-like, grassy, slightly bitter flavor and is native to many regions around the world. It is good in stews, soups, tomato juice, salad dressings, sauerkraut, egg salad, and stuffing. Origin of spice: India

$3.50 $14.00

Chili Lime Blend

This blend of South American flavors combines the taste of citrus fruit and h...

This blend of South American flavors combines the taste of citrus fruit and heat together, and is a wonderful accompaniment for steak, chicken, pork, shrimp, fish steaks, and vegetables, and can even be sprinkled on fresh melons and popcorn. Try our recipes for Grilled Chili Lime Scallops Over Creamed Corn and Chili Lime Mango. Ingredients: lime zest, Amarillo and ancho chilis, annatto, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, black pepper, salt, Mexican oregano, and kaffir lime leaves.

$8.00 $32.00

Chinese Five Spice

A must to be added to any type of stir fry: vegetable, tofu, fish, shellfish,...

A must to be added to any type of stir fry: vegetable, tofu, fish, shellfish, chicken, duck, pork, or beef. The number five refers not to the five spices that make up the blend but to what the Chinese consider the five basic flavor profiles: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and spicy, which the blend incorporates. Try our recipe for Chinese Five Spice Cookies. Ingredients: star anise, cloves, cinnamon, fennel, and Sichuan peppercorns.

$8.50 $25.50