Father’s Day is this weekend, and your man of good taste wants something that tastes good. So stop pussy-footing around with ties and wallets. Give that man something he can EAT!
I’ve got just the thing:
Here are my top spice recommendations for Dad this year:
A sweet blend of Mexican flavors: piloncillo (Mexican brown sugar) and canela (Mexican cinnamon). Bake with it, sprinkle it over fruit, stir it into coffee or hot chocolate, or combine it with savory spices for a barbecue rub.
Originally from Aleppo, Syria, this pepper is now being grown in neighboring Turkey. Mildly spicy, it’s like a cross between ancho chile and red bell peppers. Addictively good on veggies of all kinds, as well as grilled meats, fish and more.
1/2 cup-sized jar.
This ready-to-go seasoning blend works on everything from meat to veggies to fish. Perfect for grilling or sprinkling over French fries or fresh veggies. It’s a unique combination of organic ground sage and sumac (an ancient spice that’s been getting a lot of press lately!), along with freshly ground black peppercorns and Kosher salt. Just sprinkle it on and go, and everyone will be very impressed.
An irresistible blend of ancient wisdom with sumac and sage. A citrusy herbal blend that adds an adventurous, colorful pop of flavor to roast chicken, pork, or turkey. Great on roasted or grilled veggies!
1/2 cup -sized jar.