Peppercorns, Tuxedo Blend
A dapper name for a spice that should be served at a table attended by a butler and no less than two footmen.
|Black peppercorns and white peppercorns
|Easy to use and versatile, peppercorns can be added whole, crushed, or ground. Commonly used to make vinaigrettes, sauces, marinades, or creamy salad dressings.
|Any spice is best to use promptly after it has just been ground. Another way to add the whole peppercorn flavoring is to place them in a cheese cloth bag and let simmer in a stew or soup, remove the bag before serving. Also notable, pepper looses its flavoring during extended cooing periods, so it is best to add towards the end of cooking.
|American, Asian, European, Indian
|Taste & Aroma
|Handling / Storage
|Store in a cool, dry place.
|Country of Origin
|All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO