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Spice & Herb Blends

Spice & Herb Blends

Specially chosen spices and herbs in finely measured ratios are brought together to deliver both classic and modern blends that elevate food.

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  • Adobo Seasoning

    Few spices are as addicting as cumin. And, of course, there are plenty of us who prefer salty foods over sweet foods. This is a cracksy marriage of both worlds. Cumin and salt are blended with turmeric, garlic powder, and other choice spices for a spice mix so darn good you may just skip adding it to taco meat and freebase it straight from the bag.

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    $5.61

  • Baharat Spice Blend

    Baharat is sort of the meatloaf of spice blends. Every single region (and every family in that region) has its own measurements and variations. This country uses sumac, that one saffron, another uses paprika. Yet, they all generally use black pepper, paprika, cinnamon, cumin, and cloves. The variations are somewhat inconsequential because regardless of the subtleties and secret ingredients baharat makes everything taste so much frickin better.

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    $6.20

  • Berbere Spice (Ethiopian Spice Blend)

    A ninety-year-old dance teacher – skin like fragrant leather from years of sun and practiced movement.

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    $5.88

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  • Cajun Blackening Seasoning

    Popularized by the New Orleans chef, Paul Prudhomme, this tangy and spicy blend can be added to fish or other meats for traditional Creole meals. Some cooks defy convention and use this blend in pickling or to dust the top of homemade bread before baking.

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    $5.76

  • Cape Cod Seasoning

    I suppose if you’re planning to smuggle anything in your bag on the Jitney back to Boston then it would likely be Cape Cod seasoning. Yes, you’ll look like a tourist. But who cares?

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    $5.73

  • Chimichurri Blend

    There are two types of people in the world: dry chimichurri people and fresh chimichurri people. While the fresh chimichurri might have a leg up on things like flank steak where the bright green flavors will compliment the meat, the dried chimichurri people know where to find more pungent and pronounced flavor.

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    $5.95

  • Chipotle Creole Spice Rub

    A modern fusion blend that’ll give all your beloved foods a creole kick. Ou pral renmen li!

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    $5.81

  • Citrus & Ginger Spice Blend

    Love lemon pepper? Okay, then this is going to just rock your world right out of orbit. In fact, you may find yourself ditching the lemon pepper altogether. Fair warning.

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    $6.00

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  • Dry Mexican Mole Spice Blend

    There are many rumors, myths, and legends surrounding mole. One we love is that in the 16th century, nuns at the convent in Santa Rosa heard that the Archbishop was going to pay them a surprise visit. Panicked, the nuns prayed for guidance and, lo, the Lord guided them to just wing it with what they had. The nuns grabbed stale bread, cloves, chiles, salt, a few other spices and a bit of chocolate. They cooked it all into a sauce that they then braised a chicken in. The Archbishop adored it, and with that mole was born.

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    $5.85

  • Fajita Marinade Seasoning

    For when you need fajitas. Now. Like, now, now.

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    $5.81

  • Far East Rub

    A wizened antique dealer from who knows where? He wears ancient amber rings and the creases in his face tell fantastic stories.

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    $5.95

  • Five Spice Powder, Chinese

    Most five spice powders are disappointingly one note. They promise a balanced blend of savory, sweet, and bitter but all too often it’s just a mouthful of star anise. Not that that’s bad or anything but it’s not what you wanted. It’s like ordering a pizza and the delivery guy just brings you a box with a wedge of cheese in it. This is five note. As advertised.

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    $5.96

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  • French Mustard and Herb Blend

    We also call it Date Spice. Take a chicken, rub it with olive oil, and then massage it heavily with this French mustard and herb blend and some salt. Roast until done. Watch as your date falls madly in love with your elegant cooking skills.

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    $5.76

  • Garam Masala

    Garam masala is characteristic of pop music or TV shows with too much twee supernaturalism. It might be a bit passe’, but you love it and perhaps you’re not sure why. Still, it’s rather astonishing so who cares?

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    $6.05

  • Gumbo File Powder

    A mainstay thickener and flavor of Creole cuisine and in particular its use in gumbo. One of the few uses of sassafras outside of root beer.

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    $6.63

  • Harissa Spice Blend

    For those of you who aren’t down with the spice trend, sriracha is so over. (Not that we still don’t adore it on absolutely everything, but there are other hot sauces to try!) If you haven’t been introduced to harissa, then it’s time you two met.

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    $5.90

  • Herbes de Provence

    A charming herb that smells of deep and ancient forests and fields where fantastic experiences are waiting. (We hope these experiences are unicorns. That would be awesome.) Enchanting to smell and bewildering in taste, this classic herb blend is a must for the Francophile kitchen.

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    $5.89

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  • Kabsa Spice Mix

    The taste of musty old mystery novels, ancient cologne formulas, and dark rooms filled with hookah smoke. It’s what Rick's Café Américain smelled like after the doors were closed and the lights turned off.

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    $6.46

  • Mediterranean Spice Blend

    A jetsetter with a Fendi bag and dressed in Hermes – incredibly worldly in the kitchen, and loves Tunisian goat stew served alongside homemade Italian limoncello.

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    $6.12

  • Mulling Spices

    A warm mixture intended for wines and ciders. Cinnamon, cloves, allspice and a few other choice spices make up this mix.

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    $6.30

  • Paella Seasoning

    Turmeric, paprika, saffron… why has no one created cologne based around paella? It’s an olfactory crime against good taste.

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    $6.83

  • Panch Phoron, Bengali Five-Spice

    Panch phoron is essentially Bengali five spice. It’s often used as a seasoning for vegetarian dishes or for topping breads, though some do love it ground into a powder and used as a meat rub.

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    $5.72

  • Pickling Spice

    In summer, we pickle cucumbers. In autumn, we pickle persimmons. In winter, we pickle beets. In spring, we pickle okra. All year round we use our favorite pickling spice.

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    $5.93

  • Pizza Seasoning

    A must for finishing your pizza. Spicy with hints of onion, oregano, and some dried basil. Pizza seasoning pairs wonderfully with melted mozzarella and a husky olive oil.

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    $5.89

  • Pumpkin Pie Spice

    A darling blend that’s for more than pies. Lattes, breads, muffins, sausages, cakes, and even apple pies all benefit from it.

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    $5.99

  • Quatre épices

    A classic French four-spice mix. It can also have five or six spices, though it’s still quatre. Strange, no? Regardless, it’s fantastic for forcemeats, soups, paté, and sometimes sweets.

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    $6.57

  • Ras El Hanout

    A Moroccan spice that can be composed of anywhere from 20 to 40 spices. The spices are a complicated mixture that take many purposes into account: spices for medicine, spices for flavor, and even the occasional aphrodisiac finds its way into this fragrant blend.

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    $5.93

  • Salsa Verde Seasoning

    Pouty lips and Latin flare. This seasoning has all kinds of spice that you just can’t handle.

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    $6.61

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  • Seafood Spice Blend

    Are you one of the lucky people who have friends who go fishing? If so, then you’re no stranger to the sudden gift of salmon, cod, or swordfish being dropped off at your door. No worries! This seafood spice blend will help you turn any unexpected seafood surprise into a masterpiece meal in minutes.

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    $5.70

  • Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese Seven Spice)

    Japanese seven spice. Abruptly spicy. Somewhat sour. Quite nutty. A tad salty. A common condiment for ramen or seasoning homemade crackers.

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    $5.96

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  • Smoked Peppercorn Sage Rub

    A coarse, gritty rub that shaves with a knife and eats steak and eggs for breakfast.

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    $5.85

  • Spanish Rice Blend

    This rice blend takes white rice from simple to spectacular with a spoon and a flick of your wrist. A blend of spices, vegetables, and herbs along with a good shot of tomato paste will make any batch of rice into a scintillating side dish.

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    $5.91

  • Zaatar Spice

    Also known as za atar seasoning. Zaatar is a popular spice mixture found throughout the Middle East. Zaatar spice is a combination of sumac, sesame seeds, salt, and pure awesomeness. Learn More →
    $5.79

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