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Kwanzaa Spices

Kwanzaa Spices
On the sixth night of Kwanzaa, the Karamu feast is held. Kwanzaa dinner recipes feature a wide variety of dishes from both African American and African diaspora cultures. Rich, bold spices are a shared aspect of these cuisines—from cinnamon in southern style candied yams, to Berbere spice and Ethiopian misir wat lentils.
Vietnamese cinnamon

Saigon Ground Cassia Cinnamon

Spicy and sweet, this cinnamon is our most popular varietal. Its high volatile oil content makes the...
ground cumin seeds

Ground Cumin Seeds

Cumin's savory pungency has been essential in curries for thousands of years. Today, you can use our...
maple garlic seasoning

Gateway to the North Maple Garlic Seasoning

One of our most popular blends, this seasoning is sweet, savory, and made with real Wisconsin maple...
ground ginger powder

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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Crushed Red Chiles

Crushed red pepper flakes are an icon of Italian family restaurant tables. Their use as a condiment...
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Sweet Curry

The word curry is Tamil for sauce. In the 17th century, curry powder was introduced to the Western...
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Ceylon Ground Cinnamon

Quite distinct from cassia varietals, cinnamon from Ceylon (aka Sri Lanka) is the preferred kind in...
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Ground Moroccan Coriander Seeds

Coriander is both an herb (the leaves) and a spice (the seeds). German, Pakistani, African, and...
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Cayenne Pepper

Derived from the Tupi for pepper, cayenne appears in Caribbean, Creole, and Cajun cuisine. It...
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Korintje Ground Cassia Cinnamon

This is the classic, comforting cinnamon flavor we all know: smooth, warm, and mellow. Korintje...
Jamaican jerk seasoning

Jamaican Jerk Seasoning

People visit Jamaica for the beaches, but they stay for the jerk. Jamaican Jerk Seasoning is the...
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Classic Cajun Seasoning

This may surprise you: the most famous recipes for crawfish, catfish, crab, broiled oysters, and...
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Peri Peri Mozambique Blend

Chicken on the grill stays startlingly bright and juicy with this Peri Peri Mozambique Blend of...
whole cumin seeds

Cumin Seeds

Cumin's savory pungency has been essential in curries for thousands of years. It is also a key...
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Ground Cardamom Seeds

Of all the world's spices, cardamom is perhaps the most difficult to describe. Flowery yet earthy,...
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Green Cardamom Pods

Sun-dried cardamom pods tend toward a yellow color. Our kiln drying process, however, keeps them...
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Baharat

Just as South Asia has garam masala and North Africa has ras el hanout, the Middle East's...
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Broken Leaf Thyme

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

Caribbean Citrus Chile Rub

What's not festive about a blend of lime, lemon, and orange? Add a dash or two of nutmeg and cayenne...
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Ground Jamaican Allspice Berries

Jamaicans take great pride in their world-famous allspice, harvested from 40-foot pimenta trees. So...
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Korintje Cassia Cinnamon Sticks

Cut and washed, our cassia sticks are grade AA and grown in Sumatra: Indonesian cinnamon is the...
berbere spice

Berbere

Amharic for pepper, berbere forms the flavor base of classic Ethiopian dishes such as doro wot and...
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Hot Curry

The word curry is Tamil for sauce. Originating in South Asia, the story of curry's dispersion is the...
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Marrakesh Market Blend

Few experiences match the intoxication of spice shopping in Marrakesh's medina, where the aroma of...
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Fried Chicken Seasoning

Fried chicken has it origins in ancient Rome (the first recorded recipe), Scotland (the first frying...
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Louisiana Creole Blend

The Creole cuisine of New Orleans unites European, Caribbean, and African influences. West African...
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Trinidad Lemon Garlic Blend

In Trinidad, a 'callaloo' is a delicious dish made by blending a variety of ingredients. A...
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Jamaican Allspice Berries

Jamaicans take great pride in their world-famous allspice, harvested from 40-foot pimenta trees. So...
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Friday Fish Fry Seasoning

Whether you are hosting a potluck on the Florida panhandle or a summer lunch on Cape Cod, fried fish...
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Salt Free Cajun Seasoning

This may surprise you: the most famous recipes for crawfish, catfish, crab, broiled oysters, and...
Grains of Paradise in a Jar

Grains of Paradise

'Entirely different from black peppercorns and in my mind, incomparably better,' wrote Amanda Hesser...
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Hibiscus Blossoms

We first had agua de jamaica in Oaxaca, and were immediately hooked. To make it, steep dried...
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Celery Flakes

Celery is the first among equals of Cajun cooking's holy trinity. (The other two are bell peppers...
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Cardamom Seeds

Of all the world's spices, cardamom is perhaps the most difficult to describe. Flowery yet earthy,...
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Cream of Tartar

True cream of tartar starts out as crust on wine casks. It is the precipitate of the tartaric acid...
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Extra Hot Cajun Seasoning

This may surprise you: the most famous recipes for crawfish, catfish, crab, broiled oysters, and...