Roasted Delicata Squash is inherently savory but takes on a sweetness when roasted. Toss in a Rosemary and Saffron Dressing and it becomes extraordinary! This recipe is so easy to make. It will quickly become a favorite!
Use a pinch of this umami seasoning salt to enhance any dish. Made with dehydrated mushrooms, nori, and grey salt, it's bursting with flavor but only takes minutes to make. You'll want to put it on everything!
This rustic dessert combines some of our favorite spices with fresh apples and a sweet, salty, and nutty topping. Use apples, plums, pears, or any combination of seasonal fruit. It's so easy and beyond delicious!
This slow-cooked plum butter is infused with Ceylon cinnamon and vanilla bean for an extraordinary flavor explosion. It's so simple to make and is the perfect accompaniment to toast, ice cream, or hot cereal!
Hickory Smoked Duck with Ceylon Cinnamon Spice. Turn your poultry from good to exceptional by brining it in cinnamon and smoking it! The skin and outer meat develop a gorgeous smoke ring and all of the wonderful flavors used to season it deepen and develop a sort of maturity.
A recipe for a twist on a classic tagine, an incredible stew made with fragrant spices like cumin, cardamom, cinnamon, and sweetened with apricots. Fresh summer vegetables and the unmistakable flavor of lamb round this dish out, creating a comforting dish you won't be able to get enough of.
Fresh Berries with Cinnamon, Clove, and Cardamom Spiced Balsamic is summer salad at its finest. The sweetness from the fresh summer berries is enhanced with a trio of spices and the tart acidity from a reduced balsamic.
Saffron Infused Cauliflower Rice is such a simple, delectable way to tame down spicy dishes, tame the palate between bites, or meld multiple comfort foods together into a singular culinary experience with every taste. A low-carb alternative to traditional saffron rice made with basmati rice.
When to use vanilla bean seeds, powder, or extract in baking projects. When it comes to baking, it's essential that you are a bit careful when subbing out the various forms of vanilla with one another.