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United Kingdom

United Kingdom
Cuisine from the United Kingdom is widely known for being misunderstood. It's the butt of the joke internationally for its poor culinary culture. However, with the right ingredients, food from England, Scotland, and the rest of the UK can be incredibly delicious and flavorful. From spotted dick and toad-in-the-hole to fry-ups and high tea, modern English cuisine embraces quality ingredients like fresh spices and diverse ethnic influences.
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Ground Anise Seeds

Gathered at their peak under the Andalusian sun, our anise seeds lend a fleeting and floral scent...
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Anise Seeds

Gathered at their peak under the Andalusian sun, our Anise Seeds lend a fleeting and floral scent...
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Caraway Seeds

The Dutch love Caraway Seeds in Leyden cheese. Danes love them in akvavit. The English love them in...
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Ground Celery Seeds

Celery grew wild in Sicily, was carried north as a medicinal plant, and, by the 17th century, was...
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Celery Seeds

Celery grew wild in Sicily, was carried north as a medicinal plant, and, by the 17th century, was...
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Freeze Dried Chives

A cousin of the scallion, chives have a delicate onion flavor. Freeze-drying preserves their color,...
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Anise Extract

On the back porch or in a caf it is easy to let the conversation ramble over sambuca and a plate of...
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Bergamot Extract

The bartender pointed to the bergamot trees in the hotel courtyard when we asked about the secret...
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Crystallized Ginger Nibs

These tasty Crystallized Ginger Nibs are sweet enough to snack on and strong enough to 'ginger-ize'...
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Ground Ginger

Ginger adds zing to almost anything. Most dried ginger in the U.S. comes from India, but the highest...
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Horseradish Powder

One of Passover s five bitter herbs, horseradish is native to Eastern Europe. For centuries, the...
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Ultra-Blue Premium Lavender Flower Buds

We source Ultra-Blue Lavender Buds from a small farm in Oregon, and they're only obtainable once a...
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Marjoram

Delicate and piney, marjoram stars in Hungarian stews and is an essential component of herbes de...
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Mulling Spices

The Scandinavians have warmed themselves in winter for more than 200 years with steaming cups of...
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Porcini Mushrooms Extra AA

The real power of these high-grade dried porcini mushrooms lies in the liquid in which they...
Porcini Mushroom Powder

Porcini Mushroom Powder

Since the time of Pliny the Elder, the porcini has been hailed by European chefs as the mushroom par...
Brown Mustard Seed

Brown Mustard Seed

One can hear the pop of mustard seeds in homes and restaurants across South Asia. When warmed, these...
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Mustard Powder, Medium Heat

Often overshadowed by ketchup in American cuisine, mustard has more history and a greater range of...
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Mustard Powder, Mild

Often overshadowed by ketchup in American cuisine, mustard has more history and a greater range of...
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Yellow Mustard Seed

Spicier than the brown seeds, yellow mustard seeds add heat to pickles and relishes, and they are...
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Green Onion Flakes

Green onions, also known as scallions or spring onions, are milder than bulb onions. Green onion...
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Parsley Flakes

Argentine chimichurri, Slovenian tržaška omaka, and Lebanese tabbouleh all feature the bright,...
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Ground White Peppercorns

White peppercorns are the same vine-fruits as black ones. After harvesting, however, they are soaked...
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Cracked Rosemary Needles

Mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet, rosemary has a storied past. Believed to ward off thieves,...
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Ground Rosemary

Mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet, rosemary has a storied past. It was used to ward off thieves,...
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Whole Rosemary Needles

Rosemary has a storied past. It is mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet. It was used to ward off...
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Broken Leaf Sage

Sage is the characteristic flavor of saltimbocca, turkey stuffing, and Lincolnshire sausages. To...
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Rubbed Sage

Sage is the characteristic flavor of saltimbocca, turkey stuffing, and Lincolnshire sausages....
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Summer Savory

Summer Savory grows in rich, light soil, and its seeds are very slow to germinate. Its woody,...
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Freeze Dried Scallions

Scallions finish some of the most delicious dishes on the planet. Imagine a platter of grilled meats...
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French Style Thyme

Thyme is a relative of mint and oregano, which explains its bright, warm, woody, pungency. Its tiny...
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Lemon Thyme, Organically Sourced

Lemony, bright, and pungent, this thyme varietal is a favorite in salads, summer dishes, and even...
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Broken Leaf Thyme

Among the world s oldest culinary herbs, thyme is a relative of both mint and oregano, which...