Buying in bulk is great for your pocketbook and the environment — just make sure you check your pantry now and then so you don't leave anything sitting unused for too long. With bulk foods, you decide the amount to buy, so you don't have to purchase unneeded product that goes to waste. Most bulk items store well and are less likely to be thrown away than packaged items, which also results in less wasted food. We suggest labeling all of your bulk containers or bags with the
To find gifts that are inspiring, useful and thoughtful, look no farther than the spice aisle. Share the enjoyment of culinary spices and wonderful food with your friends and family this holiday season with a hand-picked collection of our products. Our wide selection of spices, seasonings, herbs and tea makes it easy and fun to craft individualized gift baskets for the foodies on your list.
Create baskets with a theme or mix and match to best fit the recipient. You also can
Stock your pantry with wholesome, satisfying snacks to give children the energy to last through the day. These recipes feature organic spices to add delicious flavor that will draw in hungry kids.
Herb Roasted Chickpea Poppers
Roasted chickpeas are a snack that can be enjoyed by all as substitute for nuts or crackers. You can also make a trail mix of popcorn, roasted chickpeas and dried fruit for a treat.
2 cups cooked chickpeas (if canned, drain and rinse) 1
A customer shared this recipe with us so we would like to pass it on to you! It takes a little over a week to make but is well worth the effort. Mary made this recently and I must say I am a fan. This mustard is tangy and spicy, but mellows when paired with meats. It's really good on burgers and bratwurst. Mary made some gourmet turkey sandwiches with buttered toast, warmed turkey, strawberry jam, lettuce, tomato and this mustard. OH. MY. WORD. 1 1/4 cups white wine vinegar (
On New Year's Eve, we had a small group of friends at our house for an evening of snacks, games and talking...lots of talking. We started the evening early because we ended it early. No midnight stuff for us! Part of the group had other events to attend and I was just plain tired from the night before...social butterfly that I am. Anyway, my point is that we made these Poppy Seed Sliders and they seemed to be well liked. We kinda mis-figured how much our group would eat and h
The noble bay laurel (Laurus nobilis, in fact) is an evergreen relative of camphor and sassafras. The tree is native to Asia Minor and the Mediterranean area but is now cultivated in many other regions. With a smooth, olive-green or reddish bark, it grows to a height of about 25 feet in Britain (where it’s also known as sweet bay and laurel) and in warmer climates to as much as 60 feet. The leaves are alternate, elliptical, dark green and shiny, with short, 3- to 4-inch stalk
Chili peppers exist in an amazingly wide variety of sizes, shapes, colors, aromas, and potency, each with its own unique flavor profile. Chilies are commonly known for providing heat in ethnic cuisines like Mexican and Thai, but some chilies actually contribute mild and more subtle flavor, such as in lesser known Hungarian cuisine.
But, how do you know which ones to use? With just a little information, you can boldly venture into the world of cooking with chilies and add en