Dried wolfberries are traditionally cooked before consumption. Dried wolfberries are often added to rice congee and almond jelly, as well as used in Chinese tonic soups, in combination
with chicken or pork, vegetables, and other herbs such as wild yam. The berries are also boiled as an herbal tea, often along with chrysanthemum flowers and/or red jujubes, or particularly with pu-erh tea.
Contains 9 salts:
- Black Truffle Salt
- Vintage Merlot Salt
- Bolivian Rose Salt
- Hiwa Kai Black Lava
- Green Tea Macha Salt
- Smoked Alderwood Salish,
- Lemon Twist Salt
- Roasted Garlic Salt
- Alaea Sweet Hawaiian Salt
-Makes an excellent hostess gift, bridal shower gift or as a welcome to a new home!
This intriguing spice, often described as a vibrant blend of ginger, cardamom, and pepper, seems to be just as valuable in the medicine cabinet as it is in the spice rack. An outstanding substitute for cardamom and black pepper, be sure to include a bowl of olive oil seasoned with grains of Paradise and perhaps a little garlic and fresh thyme. Include GOP in curried dishes of Northern African and Middle Eastern influence and add it to zesty paella & cassoulets.
ORIGIN: West Africa
A brand new combination of sweet and spicy is captured in essential cane green chile sugar. Spicy green chiles and organic cane sugar come together to create a sweet spice with just the right amount of heat. A delicious addition to grilled meats, sauces, salads, and even chocolate desserts.
Bulk Uses: Dessert Toppings - Ice Cream Bars - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Drink Rimmer - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes - Salads – Grilling
Sweet with a lot of heat! Use sparingly – our Habanero sugar delivers an exhilarating kick. If you like it “hot,” you’ll love this spicy Habanero sugar.
Sweet: Use just a tiny pinch of Habanero sugar on holiday fudge for a little added spice.
Fresh: Sprinkle a little bit of Habanero sugar on sliced apples or jicama.
Savory: Works nicely on seafood with a squeeze of lemon or lime and olive oil.
Liquid: If you're brave... use Habanero sugar in a Bloody Mary or spice up tomato juice.
Twist: Gives authentic Mexican mole an extra punch.
Harissa is a North African hot red sauce or paste whose main ingredients are chili peppers (often smoked or dried) and garlic. Though most closely associated with Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria, it is a standard ingredient of North African cuisine. Perfect with grilled chicken or lamb and couscous. Use it in everything from barley stew to spiced nuts.
Nine spices with healing properties including:
- Black Cumin
- Bee Pollen
- Birch Tree
A tasty array of Southern spices to bring a good kick to
any meal! Perfect for the Who Dat in your life!
A traditional blend of aromatic herbs that flourish in hills of southern France during the hot summer months. Herbes de Provence is a good addition to any dish from the Mediterranean region and is especially good mixed with olive oil to coat chicken, fish, tomatoes or chunks of potato for roasting, adding to a pizza sauce or sprinkled over game or kebabs before roasting.
The combination of 4 different mild-to-medium Mexican chillies, cumin, smoked paprika and Mexican oregano gives this blend a smoky -savory aroma. This is not your standard tex-mex fajitas mix, this one is the best, it’s fantastic with meat or just beans.
Pure, pristine Himalayan Pink Salt from Saltworks is one of the finest gourmet food grade salts you can buy. With 84 trace minerals, our Himalayan Pink Salt was mined from ancient salt beds that have remained untouched by pollution and impurities since the crystals first formed more than 200 million years ago. Known for its healing properties and ability to detoxify the body while lowering blood pressure and stimulating circulation, Himalayan Pink Salt is used by spas, health professionals and culinary experts around the world. All of our products are “Gourmet Food Grade” and the very highest quality Himalayan salt available.
The main use is in horseradish sauce. This is made most simply by mixing the grated root with sugar and vinegar to the desired consistency. As a sauce, horseradish also complements tongue, sausages, cold egg dishes, cheese, chicken and hot ham.
MEDICINAL: stimulant, diuretic, diaphoretic, rubefacient and antiseptic.
Use this blend in stews or pasta sauces, or as a rub for grilled meats. Key aroma is Marjoram, Oregano, Thyme, Garlic and a few more.
This gift set is full of flavor!
- Szechuan Peppercorn
- Roasted Chicory Root
- Sassafras Bark
- Toasted Sesame Seeds
- Ghost Pepper Salt
- Dried Green & White Leeks
- Chile Cayenne
- Ground Ginger
- Salish-Alderwood Smoked Salt
-Two different parts of the world–both with great regional spices that compliment each other and can be used in any style of cooking!
-Includes the Ghost Pepper Salt–hottest pepper recorded, making this the “hottest salt on earth.”
Named after Jalapa, the capital of Veracruz, Mexico, these smooth, dark green (scarlet red when ripe) chiles range from mildly hot to very hot. Jalapeños are quite popular because they’re so easily seeded (the seeds and veins are extremely hot). In their dried form, jalapeños are known as chipotles.