This ground turkey lasagana was the perfect opportunity to use our Greek Seasoning which is hand blended from Mediterranean oregano, onion powder, garlic powder, sea salt, black pepper, parsley, Korintje cinnamon and ground nutmeg..
Our Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning is savory and a bit nutty with citrusy notes and hints of herbiness and hand blended with pacific ocean sea salt, toasted sesame seeds, toasted minced onion, orange peel, ginger, lemon, black pepper, cilantro and basil.
Our Pumpkin Muffins use, of course, our Pumpkin Pie Spice. This seasoning blend has cinnamon, ginger, clove, and nutmeg, and they perfectly complement the flavors of pumpkin. These biscuits were balanced and neither overly sweet or savory. They were simply good!
Authentic Nashville Hot Chicken is full of deep-fried deliciousness, and while we love a good piece of spicy-hot fried chicken, we think there are ways to get great taste and crunch without the heaviness of deep-frying. This recipe is baked instead of fried, and it's completely oil-free until the final seasoning at the end.
Spicy Thai Seasoning really is the perfect complement to the rest of our ingredients here as the flavors of lemon, lemongrass, and basil help to emphasize the acidity of the fresh lime we garnished with, and the hot cayenne and white pepper help ratchet up the “zip” of our dish. Where the Spicy Thai Seasoning adds fire, the honey helps cool down the edges a bit, and the subtle sweetness of the sauce played well with the nutty notes in our whole wheat noodles and the sesame seeds.
This is a recipe that I've been waiting all summer to make and this week's trip to the local farmer's market provided us with some of the sweetest corn of the season. You can make this throughout the year using frozen or even canned corn, but nothing beats freshly picked, sweet white corn. The sweetness of the corn combined with the saltiness of the bacon creates an almost magical balance.
These scones have terrific balance. They’re rich and light, elegant and homespun. Once cooked, they hold together well, but offer a fun crumble. Crystallized ginger adds a touch of heat and a chewy texture. And the bottom edges that caramelize a bit in the oven? They’re exquisite. Enjoy them with a cup of tea for a light breakfast or a cozy afternoon snack.