Spanish Rosemary Sea Salt is an all natural sea salt that delivers a straight from the herb garden flavor. A perfect pairing with roasted potatoes, it will make this simple dish extraordinary. Add to any dish to give it a fresh, herbed taste.
ORIGIN: USA - Pacific Ocean / Spain - Rosemary
Bright berry color and sweet, luscious taste meld deliciously in Strawberry Sugar. Organic, all natural cane sugar and ripe berries create a natural partnership that brings the juicy, sweet flavor of strawberries to the table. Ideal for drinks, summer salads, and on top of desserts and confections.
Uses: Coffee Bars - Dessert Toppings - Ice Cream Bars - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Drink Rimmer - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes - Salads
This ground reddish berry has a pleasant melange of sour, sweet and bitter flavors. Added to yogurt for a dip, dusted on grilled fish or mixed in with rice, sumac will give a fruit and sour flavor similar to lemon. Sprinkle liberally on a bowl of hummus for authentic color and taste.
Take your favorite crusty sourdough bread, spread with butter and top with a pinch of Tomato Fusion Salt. What could be better or easier? The rich tomato flavor is created by a special process that actually incorporates the whole tomato. This is literally tomatoes mixed with sea salt. Great for soups and sauces, topping appetizers or mixed with herbs to create an amazing spice rub.
ORIGIN: USA - Pacific Ocean
Toasted onions and pure cane sugar are infused into an amazing new seasoning. With the unpredictable, special taste of caramelized onions, this flavored sugar is the perfect new “secret ingredient.” Use to create a glaze over scallops while grilling, or toss in a salad; sweet onion sugar will add a new and unique touch to practically any dish.
Bulk Uses: Entrees - Sauces and Dips - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes - Salads - Grilling - Seafood - Meat - Specialty Foods
With a fruity, tangy taste, Tangerine Sugar will add a freshly-peeled citrus burst to salads, drinks and desserts. A simply refreshing treat, used in any dish that needs a splash of grove-grown flavor.
Sweet: Sprinkle sugar over vanilla yogurt for a healthier version of a creamsicle.
Fresh: Sprinkle over the top of a sliced grapefruit for an extra fruity burst of flavor.
Savory: Top chicken oven-glazed with honey for a citrusy-sweet note.
Liquid: Rim the top of your favorite Italian soda with a dash of Tangerine sugar.
Twist: Line a pan with Tangerine sugar to give dessert bread a sweet crust.
Among cooks, this herb is popularly associated with vinegar and fish. Its anise-like character is particularly suited to both, use the leaves fresh in salads, as garnishes, or in such classic applications as remoulade sauce, tartar sauce, béarnaise sauce, French dressing, and veal Marengo. In general, don’t add this herb with a heavy hand, and avoid bringing out its bitter side by cooking it too long.
MEDICINAL: stimulate the appetite, relieve flatulence and colic, and cure rheumatism.
Chiltepin, also called chile tepin, is a wild chili pepper that grows in parts of Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and New Mexico. It is sometimes called the “mother of all peppers,” because it is thought to be the oldest form in the Capsicum annuum species.The Wild Chile Botanical Area in the Coronado National Forest near Tucson, Arizona, has the largest population of chiltepin peppers north of Mexico. This pepper is also the state native pepper of Texas. Tepin peppers, nicknamed “bird’s eye” peppers, rank high in heat level. Some chile enthusiasts argue that the Tepin is hotter than the habanero or Red Savina habañero pepper. This pepper is round or slightly oval and about 3/8 inch in width. “Tepin” comes from the Nahuatl Mexican word meaning “flea” because of its smallness. In 1995, Texans named the Jalapeño pepper the official pepper of the state of Texas, but just two years later, the Tepin took reign as the official native pepper of Texas.Tepins can be extremely hot, measuring between 100,000 and 250,000 Scoville Units. In Mexico, the heat of the Chiltepine is called arrebatado (“rapid” or “violent”), which implies that although the heat is intense, it diminishes quickly.
We’ve rounded up all the basics needed to keep your kitchen cooking! This set is a splendid introduction to our quality spices – once you taste these, you’ll never buy “off the shelf” again!
This is a great way way to stock or replenish your kitchen, especially those items that have been sitting way too long. Spices and salts have a shelf life and ours are the freshest you can find.
This Gift Set is the perfect housewarming gift and is also appreciated by chefs of all levels. As a hostess gift, birthday gift,bridal shower gift – you name it – The Spice Station Starter Set will be appreciated by all.
- Pacific Natural Sea Salt
- India Black Peppercorns
- Spanish Paprika
- Dill Weed
Thyme tastes delicately green with a faint clove aftertaste, Leaves and sprigs are used in salads as garnishes and most famously in clam chowder, bouquets garnis, and French, Creole, and Cajun cuisines. Thyme works well with veal, lamb, beef, poultry, fish & poultry.
MEDICINAL: Thyme warms and stimulates the lungs, expels mucus, and relieves congestion. It also helps deter bacterial, fungal, and viral infections. Both constituents thymol and carvacrol have a relaxing effect upon the gastrointestinal tract's smooth muscles.
An exotic infusion of toasted coconut and all-natural cane sugar, this is a sweet treat with the lush aroma and flavor of fresh coconuts. Reminiscent of the flavor of pina coladas, our Coconut Sugar is delicious as a drink rimmer, on top of fresh fruit, or sprinkled over sweet BBQ glazed ribs or grilled prawns.
Bulk Uses: Dessert Toppings - Ice Cream Bars - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Drink Rimmer - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes - Salads – Grilling