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Baking Spices

Baking Spices

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  • Lavender, Dried (Culinary)

    “Being an inhabitant almost in every garden, it is so well known, that it needs no description.”

    Nicholas Culpeper, The Complete Herbal, 1962

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    $5.45

  • Nutmeg, Ground

    “I had a little nut tree, nothing would it bear; 
But a silver nutmeg
, and a golden pear.” –Mother Goose

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    $5.25

  • Nutmeg, Whole

    There’s an American legend that sham spice merchants once sold fake nutmeg seeds that were carved from wood to unsuspecting cooks thinking they were getting a solid deal. This led to the term “nutmegger,” which is synonymous with “charlatan.” No worries about our nutmeg. 100% Real. Perfect for your sauces and your cakes.

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    $6.95

  • Ground Allspice

    Our ground allspice has your name on it. It also has your apple pie’s name on it. And your chicken wings. Also, it plans to claim the name of your spice cake. You know what? It’s just taking names.
    All of them.

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    $6.45

  • Allspice Berries, Jamaican

    Allspice has a curious name, doesn’t it? Allspice. It’s because it smells like so many other spices all smashed into one. Cinnamon, clove, cardamom… all the best in one little berry!

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    $6.95

  • Arrowroot Powder

    Once thought to be a super medicine, arrowroot powder used to be added to beef stock and taken as a slurry that helped cure sickness and aid those with digestion issues. A thickener with a thick and dramatic history, this carbohydrate complex powder is a kitchen workhorse.

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    $4.95

  • Cream of Tartar

    So what the heck is cream of tartar? Well, cream of tartar is a more memorable and certainly more endearing name for potassium hydrogen tartrate. It’s a byproduct of wine that was given this sexy sobriquet in honor of its near alchemical nature.

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    $5.95

  • Ginger Powder

    One of the most ancient flavors used by man. If spices were books then ginger wouldn’t be an ancient tome or decaying scroll, but a chiseled tablet detailing its medicinal heat and penetrating flavor.

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    $8.45

  • Cloves, Ground

    Hints of camphor, cinnamon, pepper, and allspice. Piercing. Alluring. Warm to the touch. A scent to live by.

    It’s not an ad for the hottest new men’s cologne. Though it very well could be.

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    $5.95

  • Cloves, Whole (Hand Picked)

    There are few spices we joyfully use as tiny harpoons. When was the last time you stabbed a ham all over with allspice berries? A little violent, perhaps, but goodness that makes for a tasty ham.

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    $6.95

  • Coriander Powder

    Coriander powder is the baker’s best friend in fall and winter. An essential part of pumpkin and apple pie spice, coriander’s warm flavor should be added to all sorts of desserts and warm cocktails.

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    $5.45

  • Star Anise

    The Elizabeth Taylor of the spice world – gorgeous and flashy, with plenty of depth.

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    $5.95

  • Star Anise, Ground

    An intoxicating scent – induces hunger in the kitchen and lust in the bedroom.

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    $5.95

  • Pumpkin Pie Spice

    A darling blend that’s for more than pies. Lattes, breads, muffins, sausages, cakes, and even apple pies all benefit from it.

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    $4.50

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