• Asparagus with shoyu and espellete pepper sauce

    Globally renowned chef Hiroko Shimbo uses freshly harvested with a high quality Suzushio sea salt, unlike any salt we have ever tasted. Hiroko adds two wonderful, somewhat unusual ingredients for a spectacular dish.
  • Done-in-a-Snap Pea Crostini

    I love simple no-cook meals and this is just perfect with a glass of rosé... I was out on Long Island this weekend and stopped by a local farm stand where I found the sweetest and most delicious snap peas. This is a super easy and refreshing anytime snack--that can be done in a snap!
  • Roasted Beet and Yogurt Coulis

    This makes both an excellent topping for warm or cold poached salmon or cod, and a vibrant and flavorful dip for raw vegetables such as endive spears, celery, and cucumbers, and blanched cauliflower, broccoli, or snap peas.
  • Grilled Avocado Hors D'oeuvre

    Grilling green... Avocado hors d'oeuvre or snack!
  • Shrimp a la Plancha over Saffron Allioli Toasts

    Our friend and colleague Raquel Pelzel created this recipe, with a uniquely Spanish accent on this saffron-imbued dish. "It's insanely good" she says, and we know she's right.
  • Risotto with Saffron and Radicchio Trevisano

    Chef Daniele Kucera of Manhattan's Etcetera Etcetera developed this recipe for The Ingredient Finder to complement our newly harvested Moroccan saffron from the Atlas Mountains.
  • Saffron Arancini

    This recipe is perfect from a holiday houseful. The name "Arancini" means "little oranges" not only from the shape and size, but the lovely tint from the Saffron. Found throughout Sicily where they are a great snack any time of day.
  • Pumpkin Streusel Cake

    A recent graduate of SUNY Cobleskill’s Culinary School, Brandi Mastin has worked with one of our favorite farms, Wellington’s Herbs and Spices where her appreciation for fine ingredients was honed. She has created a wonderful recipe for us; Pumpkin Streusel Cake with Wellington's fragrent and flavorful spices.
  • Spice Muffins for Holiday Mornings

    Here is a make ahead treat as you fire up the burners for the big feast. Simple to make, they offer a tasty twist to traditional fare with our global ingredients: Okinawa's outstanding Kokuto Brown Sugar, so different from the standard stuff, you'll be using it throughout your menu.Vietnamese Cinnamon and a touch of Cubeb Pepper round out the spice palette. Wellington's Organic Ground Ginger adds just the right note. I'll be right over.
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