Spice up your cooking with our assortment of nine premium seasonings used most often in everyday cooking. Prized for their unique flavors, colors and aromas, these herbs and spices include the very best varieties sourced from around the world. Included are:
Turkish Bay Leaves: Ideal for soups and marinades, bay leaves should be added early in cooking so their flavor will permeate the dish. For extra flavor, add them to cooking water for potatoes and pasta.
Red Pepper Flakes: Derived from ripe red peppers that are air dried and packed quickly to preserve their aroma, flavor and heat. Use to add heat to sauces, rubs, pizzas, flat breads and olive oil.
Whole Greek Oregano Leaves: Aromatic oregano leaves are a staple in Mediterranean cooking. Use in meat marinades, sprinkle on pizza and add tomato sauces and salad dressings.
Hungarian Paprika: Hungary is the source of one of the mildest, sweetest versions of this pepper-based spice. Mix with mayo for an interesting sandwich spread—or add to chicken, egg and potato salads.
Whole Thyme Leaves: A classic for French cooking, these slightly minty leaves have both sweet and citrus notes. Use them to flavor everything from meats, stews and soups to scrambled eggs and ripe tomatoes.
Toasted Ground Coriander Seed: This nutty toasted spice has a flavor and aroma reminiscent of citrus peel and sage. Add the ground seeds to marinades or sprinkle on sautéed spinach and other veggies.
Sweet Basil Leaves: Premium California-grown basil tastes and smells like summer. Add these fragrant leaves to soups near the end of cooking, or mix with olive oil to create a dipping oil for crusty bread.
Roasted Garlic Powder: Use our rich, nutty California garlic powder to season meats and veggies before cooking. Or mix it with kosher salt, ground black pepper and dried herbs for homemade seasoning salt.
Rubbed Sage: Our fragrant spice is made from hand-harvested whole sage leaves that are freshly crushed to release their aromatic oils and flavors. Use in marinades, rubs and sauces for pork, beef and poultry.