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We are a spice and culinary shop specializing in fresh spices at great prices. From Aleppo Pepper to Za’atar, we carry a wide range of spices and blends, award winning coffee and tea, local products including honey and dip mixes, as well as barbecue sauces, hot sauces, and kitchen sundries.

If you like to cook, stop in and spend some time cruising the spice wall, checking out spices you’ve only heard about, or just stop in to drink in the aroma.

We are open Tuesday from 9:30 to 3, Wednesday through Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6 PM, and Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM. We are closed on Mondays.

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New on the shelf this week:

New Mexico Green Hatch Chile Powder- With a scoville rating of 700 to 4000, this mild, smoky, sweet chile is great in enchiladas, tacos, in salsa, and many other dishes

We now stock Vegetaball Farm Pesto!
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Love that pesto! So excited...

Love that pesto & live hatch chilis - are they roasted?

Such a great store. Stopped in for gochujang to make kimchi but left with new yummy seasonings to try. Dave is so helpful. The one place to go to find those unusual spices you can’t find anywhere else.

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Always the best!


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All time favorite bacon. We still eat it here in Laconia!

New on the shelf this week:

Long Pepper- Long Pepper was the first pepper brought to Europe, coming to Greece in about the 5th or 6th century BC, and then to the Roman Empire. Replaced over the ages by the peppercorns we use everyday whole or ground, Long Pepper has a hotter and more complex flavor, with undertones of nutmeg, cardamom, allspice, and pine. Grind it to add heat and mild, musky sweet notes to veggies, meats, fish, poultry, lentil stews (Dal) and more!
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do you have a supply of Olive Oil (Illiada0 i think

New on the shelf this week:

Wood Ear Mushrooms- Also known as tree ear mushrooms or black fungus, this shredded mushroom is used in Asian stir fries as well as Hot & Sour Soup!

Black Trumpet Mushrooms- My new favorite. They have a punchy, sweet, woodsy flavor that goes well in many dishes. As an example, here is a simple skillet rice dish I put together on the fly:.

MUSHROOM RICE SKILLET (makes 4-6 servings)
1 lb hamburger
1 small to medium onion, chopped
a few button mushrooms, chopped
6-8 dried Black Trumpet Mushrooms steeped in 1 cup hot water
1 cup white rice
1 cup beef stock

1. fill a 1 cup measuring cup with hot water and the dried mushrooms. Set aside.

2. In a large skillet or fry pan, brown the hamburger and the onions.

3. Add the fresh button mushrooms, turn down the heat and let them sweat for a few minutes. Remove the Black Trumpets from the water and chop them.

5. Add the rice, chopped mushroom from step 4, mushroom stock, and beef stock. Bring the pan just to start of boiling, turn heat to low, cover, and steam for 15- 20 minutes. Stir occasionally.

Options: Add thin sliced zucchini squash, peas, finely chopped carrot sticks, anything you like.
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You guys are just making it easier and easier for me to learn Chinese cooking =P

Sounds delish~

Last time we were in you convinced me to buy them and make this recipe. Oh my goodness I can't even tell you how much we all loved it. We had some left so we had it with farm eggs the next day. Thank you!

People ask us all of the time for recipes using our spices and blends. The problem is that I tend not to measure when I cook! Good meals don’t have to be complicated or expensive, they just have to taste good! We use our spice blends in a lot of our dishes to make an easy meal.
I’m going to post a few very simple recipes that even a novice cook can make that taste great,

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