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|Posted on December 24, 2016 at 2:00 PM|
Widely used in Chinese and Indian cuisine, this whole spice resembles anise in flavor. Some stars may be broken and not entirely whole.
Favorite dishes using Star Anise: Five-Spice Rub, Poached Pears, Couscous, Ham Glaze, BBQ Sauce.
Star Anise should keep its peak flavor for about two years.
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This Israeli dried herb is actually great with Mexican and Southwestern cuisine and has a slightly different flavor than the fresh herb. Tasty dishes using Cilantro: Mole Sauce, White Chili, Enchiladas, Fajitas.
Cilantro should keep...
|Posted on December 24, 2016 at 10:25 AM|
In the 11th century, Marco Polo brought home from his trips to China tales of spices growing and prepared for use. And the rest is spice history!
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Imported Himalayan Crystal Salt is Pink in color and Premium Food Grade. This gourmet salt is pure, hand-mined salt found naturally deep inside the pristine Himalayan Mountains. The high mineral Himalayan salt crystals range in color from sheer white to varying shades of pink to deep reds which indicates a beneficial amount of 84 trace elements & iron. The clean crystals are Gourmet Food Grade and the highest quality Himalayan salt available.Read Full Post »
|Posted on July 29, 2016 at 10:35 AM|
FungusAmongUs Truffle Salt
Truffles have a distinctive, delicious flavor. When creating a dish, sometimes a cook does not need as many as planned. These "leftovers" are best preserved in butter. We have created a method of retaining the aroma and flavor of the truffle while making it convenient to use.Read Full Post »