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Featured Articles

  • The "Magic" of Allspice

    Allspice, also known as Jamaica pepper, can almost be labeled a “magical” spice for its all-encompassing flavor. The term “allspice” was first used by the English in 1621. They felt this one unique berry contained a combination of flavors, including of cloves, ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon; and so it was coined “allspice”.

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  • Caribbean Inspired Grilling

    If giving us warm sandy beaches, clear blue waters, and tropical cocktails isn’t enough, we can also thank the Caribbean for introducing the world to grilling. There are several theories on how both grilling as a cooking technique and the term barbeque traveled from the tropics, landing in our backyards.

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  • What are Makrut Lime Leaves?

    “What’s in a name?” Shakespeare’s Romeo asked more than 400 years ago. It’s a question that has likely been asked since the beginning of modern language. And it’s a question that we recently had to ask ourselves as well.

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  • The Quest for Authentic Jamaican Jerk

    Savory Spice Shop founders Mike and Janet Johnston took an expedition (vacation) into the jungles (warm, sunny beaches) of Jamaica to find a more authentic (delicious) jerk seasoning. This is the story of what they discovered!

     

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