Decadent Desserts Gift Box
Delightfully aromatic spices with dessert recipes that satisfy all the senses.
Lemon Saffron Cake (Saffron & Turmeric),
Fyrstekake (Cardamom), Cardamom Brownies (Cardamom),
Pear Tarte Tatin (Dusk), and Zoolbia Bamieh (Saffron)
Lovely striped Kraft gift box containing these four special spices in our standard jars with delicious recipes and the above message, tied with a Local Spicery bow.
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Lavender Sea Salt$6.00 – $19.50
Fragrant blend of pretty blue Lavender & Grey Sea Salt. Use as rub for chicken, fish & lamb or large pieces of vegetables. Also lovely sprinkled on goat cheese, tomatoes, cookies & chocolate desserts.
Sweet Things Gift Box$26.00
A spice concerto in three movements…
Dawn – I greet you in the morning, added to your yogurt.
I’m subtly sweet, featuring Vanilla and Saffron,
with bites of Sesame & Flax Seed.
Dusk – I treat you in the evening, offering a sophisticated,
sweet dust with striking aromatics. I bring a “sweet”
register to fruit, berries, dairy and cakes.
Dark – I delight you after the sun goes down with spices
used by the Maya to flavor the coveted Ka’kau’ (Cacao) bean.
I add the thrill of unfamiliarity to your most traditional dessert.
Lovely striped Kraft gift box contains these three unique spices in our standard jars and the above message, tied with a Local Spicery bow.
Cinnamon ~ Indonesian Cassia$5.50 – $18.00
The Greek poet, Sappho, referenced Cassia in 7th century B.C. Though not the “true” Cinnamon, Cassia (also called Chinese Cinnamon) is often sold as Cinnamon in the U.S., where it’s preferred for its strong, spicy and lingering flavor.
Use in both sweet and strong savory dishes: candies, baked goods, meats, preserves, curries, and hot beverages. Cassia, with its intense aromatic qualities and taste, is the popular choice for Cinnamon Rolls.
Cloves$6.25 – $20.50
Despite attempts at clove monopolies, by the 18th century cloves were grown in many places including Brazil, Tanzania, and Madagascar. The whole Clove looks much like a nail, hence its French namesake, “clou” (nail).
Use in pastries, puddings, cooked fruits, and cakes, or sprinkle on oatmeal for a treat. Also yummy in stews and vegetables. Pairs well with nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger.
Ginger$6.00 – $18.00
Due to its appearance, Ginger was originally referred to as Horn Root. Versatile enough to use in both sweet and savory dishes, ginger is known for its spicy, sweet, and warm flavor.
Use in savory sauces, curries, chutney, and stir fry as well as in cookies, cakes and other desserts. Often called for in Chinese, Caribbean and Japanese cuisine.