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Food has always been a big part of my life. Not in the usual way, but in a magnificent way. My dad, Big Bill Foster, wasn’t just a great fisherman–he learned how to take that fresh fish and season it perfectly, so that each meal was a delight. Those of you who have eaten his food know exactly what I’m talking about! (In 2020, he has had lots of fun cooking with Spicewalla seasonings as a taste-tester.)

Photo used with permission from Spicewalla

There are some smells that take us right back to memorable times in our life… like fresh-baked pumpkin pies. Holiday meals with mouth-watering dishes. Seasonal favorites that we remember from our childhood.

I think that’s why I’m so happy to be carrying spices and seasonings like those from Spicewalla in Asheville, NC. Even as I stock the shelves, the smells take me right back to happy times. And just in time for the holidays, we are getting in a big shipment to delight any cook! Nutmeg, pumpkin pie spice and apple pie spice. And of course, mulling spices that make the whole house smell happy!

Photo of fresh spices
Photo used with permission from Spicewalla

Spicewalla spices are chef-driven, with an unmatched level of quality. They are made fresh, in small batches, then packed and processed by hand. I’m excited about trying some of the new products, like the apple pie spice used in this recipe shared by Buxton Hall restaurant pastry chef, Ashley Capps, for her Thanksgiving Pie!

http://www.spicewallabrand.com/blogs/recipes/buxton-halls-pastry-chef-ashley-capps-shares-her-spicewalla-thanksgiving-pie-recipe

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Louisiana Spice Collection 3 Pack

SKU 20201389
$16.99
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Spice things up a bit with these special blends, made in North Carolina!

Transport yourself to the bayou with these spicy, tangy spice blends.

Approximately 2oz canisters. Images and description courtesy of Spicewalla.

Blackening Rub
I f you're looking for a spicy, crispy, smoky fish filet or chicken breast, then this is the seasoning for you. Dip your protein in butter, then thoroughly coat in seasoning. Cook in a med-high heat pan, flipping it only once until each side is dark and crunchy. Enjoy!
Creole Seasoning
Reminiscent of its Euro-classical roots, this blend is delicate, herbaceous, mild. Fitting perfectly in tomato-based dishes, try using this seasoning in your favourite gumbo or jambalaya recipe.
Cajun Seasoning
Rustic, bold, and spicy. This recipe comes straight from the bayou and with pungent flavours that will serve well as a dry rub for pork or chicken, flavouring boudin sausage, or dirty rice with a deep south kick.
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