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  1. Almond Extract

    Almond Extract

    Starting at: $5.49

    This extract is great in baked goods, from cookies to cakes as well as livening up fruit dishes and puddings. Experiment and have fun! Learn More
  2. Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract

    Starting at: $9.89

    This vanilla extract is a blend of vanilla from Madagascar, with its rich, full bodied and creamy taste and vanilla from Tahiti, which is floral and delicate, creating a lovely, all purpose vanilla extract. Learn More
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    Cinnamon Oil

    Starting at: $10.99

    For the great taste of cinnamon in oil form, use this strong tasting cinnamon oil. Learn More
  4. Calico Salt Blend

    Calico Salt Blend

    Starting at: $7.09

    Add color and excitement to food with this beautiful blend of finishing salts. Each of these salts has a unique characteristics that lend rich earthiness, sweetness and texture to your favorite dishes. Wonderful on vegetables, fish, pork, lamb and even home made pretzels. Learn More
  5. Mango Extract

    Mango Extract

    Starting at: $5.89

    Use whenever you want to add the tropical taste of mangos to desserts, sauces, candies or beverages. Learn More
  6. Key Lime Extract

    Key Lime Extract

    Starting at: $5.89

    Great for adding the flavor of key lime to baked goods, sauces, puddings, candies and beverages. Learn More
  7. Hawaiian Bamboo Jade Green Sea Salt

    Hawaiian Bamboo Jade Green Sea Salt

    Starting at: $4.69

    Sea salt from Hawaii is blended with organic bamboo leaf extract creating a healthy, gently savory and sweet finishing salt. Good on pork, poultry, beef, seafood, salads and vegetables. Try in stir-fry! Learn More
  8. Ground Mahlab

    Mahlab

    Starting at: $5.39

    Mahlab is made from the ground pits of Mahaleb or St. Lucie cherries grown in the Mediterranean region. It has a cherry and almond like aroma with an almond like, nutty flavor ending with a bitter after taste that softens after cooking. It is often used in pastries, cookies, breads, confectionery, rice pudding, cheese desserts and honey desserts from Egypt to Greece to Turkey. Learn More
  9. Lemon Extract, Organic

    Lemon Extract, Organic

    Starting at: $8.19

    This is a fresh tasting lemon extract that you can use for your cooking needs when you don't have a fresh lemon handy. Great for all things needing a little lemon zest in your dishes. Learn More
  10. Chocolate Extract, Organic

    Chocolate Extract, Organic

    Starting at: $12.99

    This is a delicious, aromatic, and organic chocolate extract. Made with cocoa, it is excellent to to add cakes, cookies, pies, puddings, whipped cream, icings, fillings, in coffee, candies or wherever you want the flavor of chocolate. Learn More
  11. Coffee Creme Extract

    Coffee Creme Extract

    Starting at: $5.89

    When you want the delicious flavor of coffee with cream. Learn More
  12. Root Beer Extract

    Root Beer Extract

    Starting at: $5.49

    Where ever you want the taste of root beer. Learn More
  13. Bourbon Extract

    Bourbon Extract

    Starting at: $5.89

    Wherever you want a little bourbon flavor. Learn More
  14. Mole Coloradito - Salt Free

    Mole Coloradito - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.29

    This delicious salt free and sugar free mole blend is great with turkey, chicken and pork. Good as a rub or made into a complex sauce. For fun and extra deliciousness, add dark chocolate and / or see below for a simple recipe. Quick Mole Coloradito: 1/4 Cup Mole Coloradito Blend 3 Plum or Roma Tomatoes 1 Tablespoon Vegetable Oil or Lard 1 + 1/2 Cups Chicken Stock 1 + 1/2 teaspoon Nut Butter, such as Peanut, Almond, or Sesame(Tahini) 1/2 teaspoon Sugar, OR 7 Raisins for sweetness In a hot skillet or comal, char the tomatoes on 3 or 4 sides, turning as black spots form. Peel the tomatoes and drop them into a blender along with the chicken stock, Mole Coloradito Blend, and nut butter. If using raisins for sweetness, these should be added to the blender. Puree until smooth. Bring the oil to medium heat in a skillet and pour the raw mole into the skillet to cook. The sauce should foam up a little and subside. Simmer the sauce for about 25 minutes until the flavors develop and it thickens. Salt to taste and add sugar if desired. If necessary, add some water to adjust the thickness. To enjoy, simply serve with poached chicken and warm tortillas. Learn More
  15. Orange Blossom Extract

    Orange Blossom Extract

    Starting at: $6.89

    When you want the lovely flavor of orange flowers in bloom. It is more floral and sweeter than Orange Extract. Learn More
  16. Chocolate Extract

    Chocolate Extract

    Starting at: $6.49

    This is a delicious and aromatic chocolate extract. Made with cocoa, it is excellent to to add cakes, cookies, pies, puddings, whipped cream, icings, fillings, in coffee, candies or wherever you want the flavor of chocolate. Learn More
  17. Vanilla Extract, Organic

    Vanilla Extract, Organic

    Starting at: $12.49

    This aromatic vanilla extract is made with Madagascar Bourbon beans. Vanilla Extract from Madagascar Bourbon beans have a rich, full bodied, creamy, sweet flavor. It is great for flavoring baked goods, ice creams, desserts, teas, liquors and less frequently in seafood and vegetables. Learn More
  18. Mexican Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract - Mexican

    Starting at: $9.89

    This extract is made from Vanilla Beans from Mexico, which are smooth, strong and rich in flavor and aroma. Like Madagascar Vanilla it is used to flavor baked goods, ice creams, desserts, teas, fruit dishes, teas, liquors and less frequently in seafood and vegetables. Mexican Vanilla is considered more woodsy in flavor where as Madagascar Vanilla is considered more spicy. Learn More
  19. Tahitian Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract - Tahitian

    Starting at: $14.89

    Vanilla Extract from Tahitian Beans are more floral, fruity and delicate than it's Madagascar and Mexican cousins. It best used in desserts that require less cooking, due to it's more delicate nature. It is a great addition to ice creams, fruit desserts and custards. Learn More
  20. Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Extract

    Vanilla Extract - Madagascar Bourbon

    Starting at: $14.39

    Vanilla Extract from Madagascar Bourbon beans have a rich, full bodied, creamy, sweet flavor. It is great for flavoring baked goods, ice creams, desserts, teas, liquors and less frequently in seafood and vegetables. It is stronger than Tahitian Vanilla, which is more floral and delicate. Madagascar and Mexican Vanilla are both rich and full bodied but Madagascar is considered more spicy and Mexican more woodsy. Learn More
  21. AC80PeppermintExtract

    Peppermint Extract

    Starting at: $6.59

    Peppermint extract is great for baking, desserts, mints, candies and sauces. Learn More
  22. Maple Extract

    Maple Extract

    Starting at: $5.89

    This extract is great for those who enjoy the flavor of maple. Add this extract to baked goods, frosting, puddings, sauces, glazes and candies. Learn More
  23. Cinnamon Extract

    Cinnamon Extract

    Starting at: $5.49

    For the great taste of cinnamon in liquid form, use this extract. Learn More
  24. Lemon Extract

    Lemon Extract

    Starting at: $6.99

    This is a fresh tasting lemon extract that you can use for your cooking needs when you don't have a fresh lemon handy. Learn More
  25. Orange Extract

    Orange Extract

    Starting at: $5.49

    Orange extract adds good orange flavor in cookies, cakes, pies, breads, sauces, teas and beverages. Learn More
  26. Anise Extract

    Anise Extract

    Starting at: $4.99

    This aromatic and flavorful licorice tasting extract of Anise is used in baking, beverages, liquors and can liven up soups, stews and tomato based sauces. Learn More
  27. Casablanca Tagine Blend - Salt Free

    Casablanca Tagine Blend - Salt Free

    Starting at: $6.39

    Create aromatic and delicious Moroccan tagines at home with this beautiful, salt free blend. Add to soups, stews, rice and couscous dishes. Tagine is both a style of cookware and a style of cooking. Tagine dishes are slowly cooked in a sealed environment to concentrate the aromas of the ingredients. This recipe for a simple vegetable tagine combines the savory, sweet, and tart flavors of fall produce with the complex spices of our Casablanca Tagine Blend. Chickpea and Butternut Squash Tagine with Apricots and Almonds: 1 Tablespoon oil or butter 1 medium Onion, finely minced 2 cloves Garlic, about 1 teaspoon minced 1 Tablespoon Casablanca Tagine Blend 1 (19-oz) Can cooked Chickpeas, drained 2 cups butternut squash, cut into 2 inch chunks 1 cup of water, or more as needed Salt to taste, about 1 1/2 teaspoons Kosher salt 6-8 whole dried Apricots, pitted 2 Tablespoons roasted Almonds, for garnish 1 teaspoon Parsley, minced for garnish Put a pan with a fitting lid on medium heat. Saute the onions in the oil with some salt until soft and turning brown, about 15 minutes. Add the garlic and stir for 5 minutes until cooked, then add the Casablanca Tagine Blend and stir for 30 seconds to fry the spices. Pour in 1 cup of water and let mixture simmer for 5 minutes, then add in the drained chickpeas and cover to cook on medium for another 10 minutes. Stir in dried Apricots and Butternut Squash and adjust the water level if necessary, the liquid should come up about half-way around the vegetables. Lid the tagine and cook over a low flame until the squash is tender and the apricots have plumped, about 30 minutes. Adjust the salt and garnish with roasted almonds and parsley sprinkled over top. Enjoy with rice, couscous, or as a flavorful vegetarian side dish. Learn More
  28. Dukkah, New York Times Recipe

    Dukkah, New York Times Recipe

    Starting at: $5.99

    This Egyptian nutty, delicious blend makes for a great appetizer where first you dip bread in extra virgin olive oil and then in the Dukkah. Use vegetables instead of bread for a lower carb treat. Good on meats too. This is from a recipe in the New York Times. Learn More

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