Seasons of Spice: Summer Box
Celebrate the flavors of summer with this chef-curated spice collection. The seasonings in this box are bright & warm. Perfect for summer grilling, picnics, and backyard BBQs.
Tex-Mex Queso & Dip Spice ‘n Easy
One Tex-Mex recipe mix, two dip options. Choose your own flavor adventure: this small, but mighty, package can make either a creamy dip or melty queso.
As a dip, this is perfect for tortilla chips or potato chips, or veggies. As a queso, use it as a chip dip or mix into pasta for a Tex-Mex Mac!
California Citrus Rub
Savory Spice's handcrafted California Citrus Rub is a spice blend infused with citrus to replace the salt without sacrificing the flavor. With a hint of heat & a whole-lot of zing, it's ideal for summer grilling.
Quick Uses: Rub on proteins like chicken and pork before roasting or grilling. Sprinkle on fish and veggies or toss in stir-fries.
This traditional Caribbean blend from the island of Barbados is an all-purpose seasoning and also as a base flavor before adding another seasoning like curry powder or lemon pepper.
Quick Uses: Use on beef, chicken, pork, seafood, tofu, and veggies. Also great for making dressings, marinades, and sauces.
Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning
We’ve taken the traditional combination of lemon and pepper and added a sweet herbal twist to come up with this exciting all-purpose seafood seasoning.
Quick Uses: Great on fish including halibut, salmon, swordfish and trout. Try on chicken, duck and vegetables.For a dip, mix 1 Tbsp. into 1 cup of sour cream.
BONUS: Bloody Mary Rimming Spice
The flavors of this mildly spiced rimming salt pair perfectly with Bloody Marys. Easily rim glasses by pouring spice into a shallow dish. Add just a touch of moisture to the rim of the glass and dip it into the spice.
Quick Uses: As a bonus, you can also use it as a marinade or rub for steak and chicken, as well as seasoning on grilled or roasted vegetables.
BONUS: Midwestern Sweet BBQ Sauce
This sauce was inspired by legendary barbecue joints in Chicago, Memphis, St. Louis, and Kansas City. These regions are a melting pot of flavors, but you’re sure to find a sweet barbecue sauce in all of them.
Or try on our BBQ Arugula & Peach Salad recipe.
Everyday Uses: Use on ribs, chicken, brisket burnt ends, pulled pork, or even in baked beans.