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Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
People visit Jamaica for the beaches, but they stay for the jerk. Jamaican Jerk Seasoning is the island's piquant allspice and chile pepper rub for chicken and pork. Jerking is the technique of poking small holes in meat to infuse it with the jerk flavor.
Peri Peri Mozambique Blend
Chicken on the grill stays startlingly bright and juicy with this Peri Peri Mozambique Blend of smoked paprika, garlic, and bird's eye chili. Peri Peri originated in Mozambique. In Swahili, it means strong pepper. We add onion and bell pepper for an outstanding result. Blend with olive oil, lemon juice, and vinegar for the perfect marinade.
Italian Steak SeasoningNorthern Italy is cattle country, where pastures are dotted with juniper trees and rosemary shrubs. That culinary palette inspired this Italian-style steak rub with added accents of minced garlic and freshly cracked pepper. Robust and aromatic, this blend is perfect for seasoning a Tuscan Bistecca alla Fiorentina, or simply sprucing up a classic New York Strip. Buon appetito!
Marrakesh Market Blend
Few experiences match the intoxication of spice shopping in Marrakesh's medina, where the aroma of fresh turmeric, saffron, and nutmeg fill the air. This market blend of cumin, cinnamon, coriander, and cardamom will transport your tagine to the sheltering skies of the High Atlas Mountains.
Amharic for pepper, berbere forms the flavor base of classic Ethiopian dishes such as doro wot and misir wot. Like baharat and ras el hanout, it is ubiquitous in the land, but flavor composition varies from region to region, and even from household to household.
Chinese Five Spice
This classic Chinese Five Spice mix unites the five flavors: sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and savory. Based on the traditional philosophy of balancing yin and yang, Chinese Five complements fatty meats like pork belly, goose, and duck.
Thai Red Curry
This Red Curry Powder is versatile, medium in heat, redolent of galangal and lime, and delicious when combined with coconut milk. Add fish sauce or vegetable oil to create a curry paste. Or combine 2:1 with shrimp paste.
From the Arabic word for thyme, our za'atar is mixed with lemony sumac, nutty sesame, marjoram, thyme, and oregano. Za’atar recipes can be very simple, spread it on a flatbread with olive oil, or use it in a chickpea salad. You can sprinkle it on meatballs, and kebabs for an extra level of flavor. For a great dip, simply mix into olive oil and plain yogurt.