Spices and Herbs

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Garlic (Granulated)

Garlic is a spice that is used in most cuisines around the world and is relat...

Garlic is a spice that is used in most cuisines around the world and is related to leeks, onions, and shallots. This garlic comes from California, which is sometimes considered the garlic capital of the world. When cooking with granulated garlic, 1/4 teaspoon = 1 clove of fresh garlic. Origin of spice: USA/California

$4.50 $18.00

Ginger (Crystallized)

This spice is also called “candied ginger” and has a sweet spicy flavor. It i...

This spice is also called “candied ginger” and has a sweet spicy flavor. It is most often used in baking cookies, cakes, and muffins. This crystallized ginger is made from ginger, sugar and fruit juice. Origin of spice: China

$6.00 $24.00

Ginger Powder

Ginger has a peppery, lemony flavor with some fiery undertones. It is an esse...

Ginger has a peppery, lemony flavor with some fiery undertones. It is an essential ingredient in Asian cooking. When cooking with powdered ginger, 1/8 teaspoon = 1 Tablespoon of fresh ginger. Origin of spice: India

$4.00 $16.00

Juniper Berries

This is the spice that gives gin its flavor. It has a woody, bittersweet flav...

This is the spice that gives gin its flavor. It has a woody, bittersweet flavor that produces a slight burning sensation. It is most popular in Central and Northern Europe as a spice on meat and game. Origin of spice: Bulgaria

$6.50 $26.00

Lavender (Culinary)

This culinary lavender flower is grown in France and it is most often used in...

This culinary lavender flower is grown in France and it is most often used in desserts and in marinades for poultry, rabbit, and lamb. It is potent so a little can go a long way. Origin of spice: France

$8.75 $26.25

Lemon Peel

This dried zest has the fragrant, potent, flavor of a lemon. It goes well in ...

This dried zest has the fragrant, potent, flavor of a lemon. It goes well in marinades and salad dressings and with chicken, fish, rice, and vegetable dishes and in desserts. Origin of spice: California

$7.00 $28.00

Lemongrass Powder

This spice is an essential ingredient in Thai cooking. It has a spicy, tart, ...

This spice is an essential ingredient in Thai cooking. It has a spicy, tart, citrusy flavor. Origin of spice: Thailand

$8.00 $32.00

Majoram

Marjoram is closely related to oregano and mint and is native to the Mediterr...

Marjoram is closely related to oregano and mint and is native to the Mediterranean region. Origin of spice: Egypt

$4.00 $16.00

Mint (Spearmint)

This spearmint, the most commonly used type of mint, is native to the Mediter...

This spearmint, the most commonly used type of mint, is native to the Mediterranean and Southern European regions. Mint has a mellow sweet and sharp flavor with a hint of lemon. It goes well in drinks, salads, yogurt, chocolate, and lamb dishes. Origin of spice: Egypt

$5.00 $20.00

Mustard Seed (Brown)

These seeds are stronger in flavor than yellow (white) mustard seeds and have...

These seeds are stronger in flavor than yellow (white) mustard seeds and have more of a bitter hot flavor profile. They are a key ingredient in many Indian curries. Origin of spice: USA

$2.50 $10.00

Mustard Seed (Yellow)

This is the mustard with which most people in the U.S. are familiar. Mustard ...

This is the mustard with which most people in the U.S. are familiar. Mustard seeds have no apparent aroma until ground, which releases a pungent earthy acrid aroma. Dry mustard is ground mustard seeds. Yellow mustard seeds (also known as white mustard seeds) are used in making deviled eggs, ham dishes, hollandaise sauce, barbeque sauce, and curries. Origin of spice: USA

$2.50 $10.00

Nutmeg

Nutmeg and mace come from the same plant, and the dried seed of the plant is ...

Nutmeg and mace come from the same plant, and the dried seed of the plant is nutmeg. It has a warm yet woody, clove-like bitter taste. Nutmeg is an essential part of apple pie and pumpkin spice blends, and is often used in soups, squash casseroles, and sprinkled on eggnog. Origin of spice: Indonesia

$5.00 $15.00

Onion (Granulated)

Onion is one of the most commonly known vegetables and when dried is used as ...

Onion is one of the most commonly known vegetables and when dried is used as a spice. It is used in many dishes: stews, soups, sprinkled over pizza, and as rub for meats. When cooking, 1 tablespoon of granulated onion = a small onion. Origin of spice: California

$3.50 $14.00

Orange Peel

This dried zest has the fragrant, potent flavor of an orange. It goes well in...

This dried zest has the fragrant, potent flavor of an orange. It goes well in marinades and salad dressings and with chicken, fish, rice, and vegetables. Origin of spice: California

$4.50 $18.00

Oregano (Mediterranean)

Mediterranean oregano is also known as Greek oregano and comes from that regi...

Mediterranean oregano is also known as Greek oregano and comes from that region. It is related to marjoram and has a pungent sweet, sharp, and slightly bitter taste. Mediterranean oregano has more floral undertones to it than Mexican oregano, which is earthier in flavor. It is a staple in Italian, Greek, Turkish and other Mediterranean cuisines. Origin of spice: Turkey

$5.00 $20.00

Oregano (Mexican)

Mexican oregano has an intense, earthy, grassy flavor with hints of citrus. I...

Mexican oregano has an intense, earthy, grassy flavor with hints of citrus. It is related to lemon verbena. It is a staple in Mexican cooking, especially bean and rice dishes, and in mole. It should be used sparingly because of its strong flavor. Origin of spice: Mexico

$5.00 $20.00

Paprika (Hungarian-Sweet)

Paprika is in the chili pepper family and has a rich, sweet somewhat spicy fl...

Paprika is in the chili pepper family and has a rich, sweet somewhat spicy flavor, though it is not hot. It is used in stews, casseroles, and vegetable dishes, and as rubs on chicken, fish, veal, and pork, and of course in Hungarian goulash. Origin of spice: Hungary

$7.00 $28.00

Paprika (Smoked-Sweet)

This paprika is made from mild sweet chiles, which are smoked over a smolderi...

This paprika is made from mild sweet chiles, which are smoked over a smoldering flame on oak planks, adding a delicate smoky heat, which goes well with seafood, deviled eggs, vegetables, rice, grilled meats, and chicken. Origin of spice: Spain

$8.00 $32.00

Paprika - La Vera (Smoked-Hot)

Paprika is in the chili pepper family, and this paprika has a rich, sweet, ho...

Paprika is in the chili pepper family, and this paprika has a rich, sweet, hot and smoky flavor. For smoked paprika, the paprika chilies are slow smoked over oak planks yielding a smooth smoky finish. It is used in stews, casseroles, and vegetable dishes and as a rub on poultry, veal and pork. A little of this paprika goes a long way. Origin of spice: Spain

$9.00 $36.00

Poppy Seeds

Poppy seeds have a nutty aroma and are often used in baking, salad dressings,...

Poppy seeds have a nutty aroma and are often used in baking, salad dressings, and on vegetables. Culinary poppy seeds are not the same poppy plant used in the production of opium. Origin of spice: Holland

$4.00 $16.00

Rose Petals (Organic)

Rose petals are popular in Middle Eastern cooking, particularly Persian cuisi...

Rose petals are popular in Middle Eastern cooking, particularly Persian cuisine. They can also be used in baking and to make tea and rose water. Rose petals have a floral, earthy slightly sweet flavor. Origin of spice: Egypt

$9.50 $28.50

Rosemary

Rosemary is related to basil, mint, oregano and sage. It is native to the Med...

Rosemary is related to basil, mint, oregano and sage. It is native to the Mediterranean regions and used in many cuisines. Rosemary has a strong woody, minty, somewhat peppery flavor that goes well with beef, pork, chicken, lamb, game, and on vegetables. When cooking with dried rosemary, 1/4 teaspoon = 1 teaspoon of the fresh herb. Origin of spice: Morocco

$4.00 $16.00

Rubbed Sage

Sage is popular in European and Greek cooking and gets its “rubbed” name from...

Sage is popular in European and Greek cooking and gets its “rubbed” name from the process where the plant leaves are rubbed to get the fluffy consistency. It has a musky, peppery, earthy flavor and is used in many dishes, such as: stuffings, soups, pasta, and all sorts of meats and vegetables. When used in cooking, 1 Tablespoon of fresh sage = 1 teaspoon of dried sage. Origin of spice: Albania

$5.00 $20.00

Saffron

This is the most expensive spice in the world because it is all hand processe...

This is the most expensive spice in the world because it is all hand processed, very labor intensive, and with limited availability. It is the dried stigma of the saffron crocus flower. True saffron is from Iran or Spain and has a deep purplish red color and is the highest rated category of saffron. Saffron has a distinct musky, floral, honey-like earthy, slightly bitter flavor. It should be used sparingly; a little bit goes a long way. It goes well in rice, chicken, fish, and lentil dishes. ...

$16.50 $33.00