Seasons of Spice: Winter Box
Celebrate the flavors of winter with this chef-curated spice collection. The seasonings in this season's box are bold and warm, perfect for hearty stews and other cold-weather meals!
Butter Chicken Spice 'n Easy
This rich, flavorful dish from India is traditionally cooked in a tandoor oven. Using the broiler replicates the intense heat in your home kitchen.
Garnish with fresh cilantro. Serve this mild, family-friendly curry with naan or rice and samosas. Perfect for a winter dinner, it's equally delicious the next day for lunch.
Mild Chili Powder
A must-have in winter, this is an essential ingredient in any chili - whether you're team beans or no beans. If you like a little extra heat, just add a pinch of chipotle, cayenne, or your favorite ground chile to taste.
Quick Uses: For classic chili, add 2-4 T per quart of chili - make sure to let your chili simmer for a few hours for best results. Add to BBQ rubs and other southwestern dishes.
Shawarma is a popular street food throughout North Africa and the Middle East. This salt-free seasoning was inspired by those flavors and is warm without being hot.
Quick Uses: Season lamb, chicken, or beef. For an easy marinade for meats or vegetables, mix 2-3 Tbsp. seasoning with 1 cup yogurt and 3 Tbsp. lemon juice.
Baker's Brew Coffee Spice
A unique and flavorful blend of cocoa, sugar, coffee, and baking spices, try this seasoning in baking and other desserts. You might be surprised to know that a small amount can also add big flavor to savory dishes like meats and roasted root vegetables.
Quick Uses: Add to muffins, coffee cake, and quick breads. Add to chocolate or coffee-based desserts or drinks. Add to rubs for beef or pork as well as BBQ or other sauces.
BONUS: Black Truffle Parmesan Seasoning
This new seasoning is quickly becoming one of our most popular, and for good reason! It's an easy way to add the luxurious flavor of black truffles and salty, cheesy parmesan.
Quick Uses: Season chicken, potatoes, and other vegetables. Add to salad, soup, and pasta. Sprinkle on popcorn. For best flavor, add toward the end of the cooking process or to finished dishes.
BONUS: Golden Milk Chai Spice
We added chai spices and ginger to the classic with turmeric and black pepper for a little extra flavor in our Golden Milk spice blend. In addition to the traditional drink, you can use this as a seasoning in both sweet and savory dishes.
Quick Uses: For latte, stir 1 to 2 tsp. blend into 1 cup milk of choice. If desired, sweeten with sugar, honey, syrup, or agave. Try in cookies, muffins, smoothies, or ice cream. Season rice dishes, sauces, and marinades.