Wellington Farm is an extraordinary place. The moment you arrive you are struck by the beauty and order of the farm. Lush with herbs, flowers and fields of organic crops. Carolyn and Frederick are dedicated to growing only the best culinary herbs at their Certified Organic farm in the northern foothills of New York's Catskill Mountains. Many of the herbs and spices that are sold in supermarkets contain percentages of inert ingredients, in other words, something other than the herb or spice on the label. Their mission is to bring pure ingredients, and pure flavors, to the home cook. We are proud to offer their herbs and spices, and very glad to be their neighbors.
.04 oz. This plant is a "must"! Its sweet, strongly lemon-flavoured leaves blend well with most other tea herbs. Leaves enhance all drinks, salads, jellies, sauces, soups, fish or meat dishes and desserts which call for lemon as an ingredient or a garnish.
.08 oz. This wonderful selection of mixed mints is grown and prepared by our friends the Wellingtons at their certified organic farm in Upstate New York. Use this to make teas (hot or iced) or to add to sweet or savory dishes.
2.30 oz. The distinctly strong taste of onion is indispensable in the kitchen. It’s warm, sweet and salty flavor shines in most savory dishes. It comes in several convenient dried forms; flakes, granules, powder and slices.
2.25 oz. This combo of culinary favorites complements fresh and cooked dishes, at the stove and at the table. Zesty lemon and lively pepper perk up every savory dish. Here they are—along with onion and garlic—in one convenient blend.
2.20 oz. Garlic and pepper are well matched in this zesty all-purpose blend. A twist of lemon adds an unexpected—but welcome—touch. Use this salt-free blend to perk up everything from pasta to poultry. Use while cooking, or at the table
1.60 oz. This flavorful combination of herb seasonings is a versatile staple. Use it in place of salt and other individual spices—very handy when you want to eat or cook quickly without giving up flavor.
1.95 oz. Fragrant and distinctive, fennel’s slightly licorice taste is most often enjoyed with fish. But don’t save it for fish nights; try its anise-like flavor in soups and salads, and with grains and vegetables, too.