$5.50 – $20.80
Rosemary can be found growing near the ocean – its name in Latin means dew of the sea. The aromatic leaves resembling pine needles are said to aid memory and are symbols of success, remembrance, love, loyalty, and fidelity.
Use in savory and sweet recipes for meats, broiled fish, roasted chicken, marinades, stews, stuffing, dressings, breads, and desserts. Also pairs well with cheese. Some say that it aids with the digestion of fats.
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Cardamom Seed$10.00 – $15.00
Part of the ginger family, Cardamom means grains of paradise. Historically, Cardamom has been used to flavor foods, as an ingredient in perfumes, and even for medicinal purposes.
Known for its sweet and spicy taste, Cardamom seed is used equally in sweet dishes such as breads and cakes and in savory dishes such as meats and curries. Use in baked goods, sprinkle on oatmeal, ice cream, or iced melon, and add to curry. Cardamom has a sharp aroma and distinctive flavor that can be compared to anise or eucalyptus. For a Middle Eastern treat, sprinkle in your coffee.
Hestia ~ A Greek Herb Blend$7.75 – $24.80
The virgin goddess of the hearth, Hestia, had dominion over cooking and family. This simple herb blend delivers flavors from the time of Homer to your hearth and table. For Greek-themed dishes; excellent dry rub for lamb, pork, or chicken. Greek Vinaigrette: rehydrate 2T Hestia in 4T water for 5 min; add ½C each Red Wine Vinegar & virgin Olive Oil. Hand blended in small batches with: garlic, onion, pepper, sun dried tomato, mustard, basil, and oregano.
Limantour$7.75 – $24.80
Salt blend featuring coastal herb flavors with bright aromatics united with four fiery Chiles. Rub on proteins before grilling or add to veggies in a stir fry. Also great for smoking pork. Hand blended in small batches with: sea salt, Chiles, basil, savory, fennel, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, bay, mint, and Sage.
Caraway$5.50 – $17.60
Credited as a mainstay ingredient in love potions, caraway is also said to maintain a power against evil. Medieval cooks used every part of the plant (leaves, root, and seed) to add flavor to plain food.
Popular in Eastern European cuisine, Caraway lightens heavy-flavored meats such as mutton and liver. Try adding to applesauce, pasta dishes, and soups.