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  1. This italian "hodgepodge" of herbs adds equisite flavor to everyday foods.

  2. One of our most popular "spices" because it doubles as a seasoning and dip.

  3. A delicate blend of herbs is a staple of seasoning for everything from party dips to scrambled eggs. 

  4. Black garlic sea salt with hints of umami, balsamic and tamarind flavors. 

  5. A new, innovative product for perfectly salted pasta water! Found deep within the Himalayan Mountains from ancient seas, this salt has many health benefits due to its high mineral content.

    Use to salt water for pasta, rice, potatoes or steamed vegetables.

  6. Roasting veggies with an Asian flavor is easy with our Veggie Roaster blend of honey, cumin, red pepper, peppercorns, sugar, onions and spices. Just mix with olive oil then toss with carrots, potatoes or any root veggie and roast!

    Each package makes three batches of roasted veggies.

  7. Roasting veggies with the great flavor of manchego cheese & warm roasted garlic is easy with this blend of onion, garlic, natural manchego cheese flavor and other spices. Just mix rub with olive oil, then brush on cauliflower “steaks” or sliced potatoes.

    Each package makes three batches of roasted veggies.

  8. Roasting veggies with a cheesy Mediterranean flavor is easy with this blend of Parmesan cheese, onion, garlic, sugar and spices. Just mix with olive oil, then toss with thick slices of acorn or butternut squash, potatoes or any root veggie and roast!

    Each package makes three batches of roasted veggies.

  9. Roasting veggies is a whole lot easier with this delicious blend of onions, balsamic, garlic, brown sugar, sea salt and spices. Just mix with olive oil, then toss with Brussels sprouts, potatoes or any root veggie and roast!

    Each package makes three batches of roasted veggies.

  10. The sweetness of honey in this glaze adds a great flavor to any type of pork. It is also our best seller for salmon.

    • Use as a dry rub on ham, pork chops, pork tenderloin or even bacon!
    • Add to pulled pork
    • Delicious on salmon, shrimp, and vegetables
  11. Cajun cuisine originated from the Canadian French who migrated to Southern Louisiana and relied on the area's resources for their seasoning. Varied and flexible, this zesty rub can be used for just about anything, not just Cajun-style cooking.

    Use on meats, fish and rice.

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