These quick and easy dips can all be made from one simple base—resulting in a delicious Onion Obsession Dip, Vik’s Garlic Fix Dip, or Colonial Dip. Simply mix each blend with sour cream (or another desired base) and let the fusion of flavors provided by TSTE® custom-made blends do all the work! Read the rest of this entry »
This version of a classic cucumber onion salad uses TSTE® Dill Weed and TSTE® Lime Sugar for a zesty twist. This light, refreshing side dish is a great summer option for using locally grown vegetables! Read the rest of this entry »
This quick almond recipe is perfect for snacking and gatherings! Whether you choose to use this recipe or create your own, The Spice & Tea Exchange® spices, blends, and teas are versatile and make seasoning easy. Simply choose your favorite, and follow the steps below!Read the rest of this entry »
This is a great trick to sweeten up strawberries before they come into season. The sweet, tart glaze perks the strawberries up and TSTE® Ginger Sugar infused crème is the perfect counterpoint. For a special flair, crush a tiny bit of TSTE® Rose Petals over the strawberries and crème. The hint of perfume on the palate is crazy delicious!Read the rest of this entry »
Cumin (cuminum cyminum) is an herb widely associated with cuisines in Middle Eastern, Spanish, Mexican, Cuban, Chinese, North African and Indian cultures. Cumin is native to Middle-East Asia and today is cultivated throughout the world due to its popularity. This spice harkens back to the Spice Trade and has been found in the excavation of Roman and Egyptian archaeological sites. Read the rest of this entry »
For “Take Your Child to Work Day” we decided to extend our spicy knowledge to our kiddos! From taking a tour of our Distribution Center, tasting and smelling our products, to serenading our team, these kids had a blast! Watch out Taylor Swift, you may have some competition.
If you’re thinking about hosting your own Tea Party here are a few tips to keep in mind as you plan away! Follow along and take notes as we guide you through proper place settings and tea party must-haves.
This is about as easy as jam gets. The apple, which is grated into the jam mixture, provides pectin so everything sets up fast. Quick, with a handful of flavorful and fragrant ingredients, this recipe yields a manageable amount so you don’t have to fuss with canning. The jam will last for about 3 weeks when refrigerated.
Brightly flavored and aromatic TSTE® Chamomile Twist Herbal Tea gives this oat-based tea bread its delicious taste. Use a four-loaf pan and freeze whatever you don’t plan to use. You’ll have a bit of delicious sunshine ready whenever you are in need! To thaw, simply set out on the countertop for about 20 minutes, then slice and serve.
Lemon Verbena (aloysia triphylla) is a member of the Verbenaceae family. This pungent plant is native to Chile and Peru, but grows well in many places, reaching up to fifteen feet in England and some parts of Europe. The plant blooms small, pink/white flowers and is also known as “Vervain,” “Lemon Beebrush,” and “Louisa Herb.” Read the rest of this entry »
How do you get your kids to eat asparagus?! Coat them in cheese! An alternative to French fries, these Cheesy Asparagus Fries are sure to satisfy! Popcorn Seasoning combined with parmesan cheese and crunchy panko breadcrumbs creates a crispy coating that the whole family will love. Read the rest of this entry »
The Spice & Tea Exchange® Tandoori Roasting Spice Blend and Lavender Flowers add a new twist to ravioli with bold and exciting flavors! With minimal ingredients and just a few simple steps, this gourmet ravioli can be ready in under half an hour…just be aware that your guests may go for back for seconds in under five minutes!Read the rest of this entry »
Crispy Lemongrass Fish Sliders with a Chamomile Twist Breading and Gingered Aioli
Fish cakes are a terrific (and affordable) stand-in for crab cakes or when you’re looking for something unique to offer your friends and family. These are so light and tasty, they’re the perfect calling card to spring- and they’re easily made with a handful of ingredients you likely have on hand. Read the rest of this entry »