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ReginaSpices Montreal Seasoning
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ReginaSpices' super aromatic version of the classic Canadian steak seasoning! Originally, a pickling spice mix (from the Eastern European Jewish tradition) was used in the preparation of smoking meat. Now, of course, the blend is also used as an all purpose steak seasoning. Similar to "Chili Powder" there are many variations and it's fun to try different brands and to create your own. Most blends include: garlic, black pepper, coriander, kosher salt, chili pepper flakes, and dill seed. ...

ReginaSpices Orange Sesame Five Spice
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I love Chinese Five Spice (or Five Spice Powder)-- from grinding and blending it, to cooking with it. A well balanced Five Spice is the perfect example of how several flavors can create a new and unique flavor. Also, for me, it's one of the few blends that smells significantly different from how it tastes. It's important to never buy or follow a recipe that uses regular black pepper (even tellicherry or some other high-end pepper)--it really needs to be Szechuan Pepper (aka fagara; an ash...

ReginaSpices Shiitake Steak Rub
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Fresh ground shiitake mushrooms and steak? What could be better? The key to Shiitake Steak Rub is to let the mushrooms rehydrate while resting on the meat. You can use wine or beer or water or juice to speed-up the re-hydration and add a different dimension to the rub.

ReginaSpices Sweet Smokey Fire
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Probably my best selling blend at Portland Spice Co. Using ancho chili as the base really adds an earthy depth and a true chili flavor that you just can't find in a paprika (the base of many BBQ blends)--in my opinion! The mellow flavor of the maple sugar marries well with the smoky heat of the chipotle. Use Sweet Smoky Fire as a dry-rub for traditional bbq or to really bring out it's maple sweetness without charring the spice, sautee in butter or olive oil. In either case let the spices rest...

ReginaSpices Coffe Rub
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Item #: 1604 -

I’ve been reading a lot about chili peppers recently in The Field Guide to Peppers by Dave DeWitt and Janie Lamson. One of the things I’ve found particularly interesting is how the chili came from the New World and enmeshed itself (so quickly) into cultures all around the world. And we can thank the Portuguese for that. So, with this in mind I started researching Vindaloo thinking it would be a great fit for my International Fire line; much to my surprise I learned that Vindaloo itself has...