Fresh ground in-house. Cumin is an aromatic spice with a distinctive bitter flavor and strong, warm aroma due to its high oil content. The aromatic, somewhat bitter flavor is essential to good chili and is an indispensable ingredient in Indian, Cuban, Mexican, and Middle Eastern cuisine.
These are dried and crushed chiles including the membranes and seeds. They are commonly used to add mild heat to many dishes.
The British developed curry powders in order to provide a ready-made spice mixture that was equivalent to the seasonings they had become accustomed to while in southern India.
Slowly dried over oak, this sweet pepper takes on a smoky overtone. It will add new depth to simple dishes from roasted chicken to deviled eggs.
This wonderful cinnamon from Vietnam normally contains an average of 4% oil content. Widely preferred by pastry chefs for its bold up front flavors.
Turmeric, essential to curry powders, is a member of the ginger family. It and has a light, musky flavor along with a brilliant golden orange color. It has been used for thousands of years to dye cloth and to add coloring to foods.
Garlic has a spicy, pungent flavor that sweetens and mellows when cooked. It is one of the most widely used seasonings in cuisines around the world and pairs well with onions, meats, and many savory dishes.
Pickling Spices are an essential ingredient if you are considering making corned beef, chutneys, pickled fruits and vegetables, or spiced vinegar. For most uses, the spices should be tied into a muslin bag.
Spice Rub: "Hunter’s Blend"
A warm and robust blend devised out of the deep roots of home cooking. Compliments beef, pork and game meats. Excellent in stews.
Spice Rub: "Fair Winds"
An herbal blend with a touch of citrus, it will go well with any sort of seafood. But it's also wonderful on potatoes pasta poultry and try using it in sour cream for a nice dip.