Large cup mug water tea

English

English cuisine is the butt of many a bad food joke, and not without some truth. But some of our ultimate comfort foods trace their roots to hearty English fare, and modern English cooking embraces quality ingredients and diverse ethnic influences. From spotted dick and toad-in-the-hole to fry-ups and high tea, English food can be great with the right ingredients.

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These leaves have a far more mild flavor and complex flavor than that of domestic bay, and add a subtly sweet astringency to dishes. Just... Size Options
$2.79 Resealable bag, 0.5 ounce
The most common use is to flavor Earl Grey tea, but it has a wide range of uses outside of tea. This complex, citrus bergamot extract is... Size Options
$18.98 Bottle, 4 fluid oz
Cake Spice is an exotic, sweet spice mix, that is kindred to the traditional English baking spice blend. This is an all-purpose baking... Size Options
$6.71 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
True Ceylon cinnamon spice, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, has a subtly complex flavor that doesn’t come across in the spicier and stronger... Size Options
$7.83 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
Coriander has a sweet, pleasant flavor with a hint of lemon. Whole seeds are commonly toasted before being ground into dishes, or lightly... Size Options
$2.79 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 1.5 oz)
English Prime Rib Rub is a delicious seasoning to crust prime rib, hamburgers and pork roast. This is the Spice House version of Beau... Size Options
$6.15 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 3 oz)
The sharp bite of horseradish is a wonderful compliment to rich foods. This handy powdered horse radish is an easy way to add pungent... Size Options
$3.91 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
Lavender blossoms have a strong floral, herbal aroma and flavor, which pairs wonderfully with both sweet and savory dishes. An integral... Size Options
$4.47 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. .5 oz)
This beautiful lemon zest is made from the high-oil outer layer of the lemon peel for an intense citrus aroma and flavor. Use as a... Size Options
$7.83 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2 oz)
This delicate flakey Maldon sea salt has been produced in Southeastern England since 1882. It is carefully dried so that the crystals... Size Options
$10.07 1 box
Aromatic and spicy, hot mulled wine or cider is the ultimate warming beverage in frigid weather. As the angel Clarence specifies in “It’s... Size Options
$6.15 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 1.75 oz)
The sweet, earthy, piney flavor of nutmeg is called for in both sweet and savory dishes in cuisines worldwide. These beautiful whole... Size Options
$14.55 Resealable bag, 4 ounce (25-30 seeds)
These crunchy little seeds have a deep blue-black color and a sweet, nutty flavor. They make an excellent topping for breads and muffins,... Size Options
$4.47 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2.5 oz)
This flavorful mix of bright savory herbs is designed to hold up well to long simmering in soups and broths. Toss and handful of these... Size Options
$3.35 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. .5 oz)
Rose water is is made by steeping rose petals. It’s unique essence is called for in Middle Eastern and Indian pastries alike. Size Options
$3.35 Bottle, 4 fluid oz
Substitutes may provide a rich golden color, but saffron has a distinctive flavor for which there simply is no substitute. Most recipes... Size Options
$10.63 Glass Jar, 1 gram
This sage has all the flavor of the broken leaf, minus the inconvenience of the larger particulates. It can be added directly to sauces,... Size Options
$3.35 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. .75 oz)
We often get the question, "Which mint do I use for cooking?”. Spearmint is the most popular mint used for cooking; it has a perfect... Size Options
$3.35 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. .5 oz)
If you're looking for a substitute for Colman's English mustard, this dry mustard powder is the one for you. Size Options
$2.79 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 1.5 oz)
Yellow mustard seeds, Brassica alba, are commonly used in European and American cooking. This is the type called for in most pickling and... Size Options
$3.35 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 3 oz)