Herbs & Spices

Sometimes salt and pepper just don't cut it. What are the go-to herbs and spices you rely on to spice up any dish? Share your culinary wisdom here.

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2513 days ago

This is the absolute best saffron I have ever been able to buy; the price for the amount is unbelievable! I am used to buying a scant amount of crap saffron for astronomical prices. If you look at Google shopping, most saffrons that you can buy are about 1/3 of the amount you get with Oasis Saffron for the same price. I also appreciate that Oasis Saffron promotes its ISO grading; most saffrons will NOT tell you their grading, mostly because their saffron has been adulterated or is more orange stamen then the crimson ends...

This saffron smells unbelievable, the color is a beautiful crimson, and has a bright, citrusy finish. Definitely a keeper!

Saffron will last about 4 years, so unless you are using a ton of saffron, just one jar should get you through most of the year.

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2648 days ago

I wonder how this differs from Cayenne Pepper...

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2648 days ago

Love it!

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2868 days ago

This is the good stuff it you like your grub heated up

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3227 days ago

This is a very good product to seasoning all of you meat, fish and vegetables with. It is very easy to use and because it is a liquid it covers the all the food and not just where you sprinkle the dry ones.

This is a must for any Trini or Caribbean cook.

Ian

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3245 days ago

I love this product. You will need to rub onto meat, fish or poultry the night before and leave to marinate then BBQ or oven bake. It has lots of really nice flavours and a great kick to it. If you dont like things too hot then use sparingly.

I would recommend to anyone who likes lots of spices and their food hot!!

Ian
www.EasyCaribbeanShop.com

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3356 days ago

Black pepper is so 50's. Cheyenne is the future.

Use wherever you would normally use black pepper and make your life more exciting.... or don't and watch the years go by in a pointless, uninspired blur. Your choice.

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