The benefits of cooking with herbs and spice go far beyond adding color and flavour to meals. Herbs and spice are used to replace fat, sugar and salt in meals, while also providing powerful antioxidants with virtually no calories.
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This week’s Splendor Garden Spice of the week is Apple Pie Spice! To learn more about our Apple Pie Spice or to find recipes, visit our website at www.splendorgarden.com
Spices and seasoning blends add tremendous flavor to food without adding salt. Try a variety of seasoning blends to enhance vegetable dishes, soups, salads, and main dishes. Many health organizations, including Health Canada and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, recommend the use of spices to give flavor to […]
Splendor Garden’s spices, herbs and seasoning blends come from organic sources known for their quality and consistency around the world, including Asia, Europe, Africa, the Pacific Island nations, North America, South America, Central America, and Mexico. Worldwide, sales of organic spices are growing by 30% in sales each year, according […]
Peppery, warm turmeric’s bright yellow color enriches curries and “ballpark” yellow mustard. It also contains minerals like manganese and magnesium, and is used in traditional Indian and Chinese medicine to reduce inflammation. For tips and information about turmeric, visit our turmeric information page, and don’t forget to like our Facebook […]
Thyme is pronounced exactly like “time” and has fueled charming sayings throughout history. How thyme flies when you’re having fun! Be sure to make thyme for yourself and those you love every day. Learn more about thyme at Splendor Garden’s thyme page.
Thyme, originating from Southern Europe, is related to mint. It is rich in essential oils, with a pleasant aroma and warm, pungent taste that enriches poultry, red meat, root vegetables, stuffings, sauces and soups. **** For tips and information about sage, visit our thyme information page, and don’t forget to […]
He who would live for aye must eat sage in May. – traditional proverb Sage’s association with health and a long life has been a hallmark for hundreds of years. Learn more about sage at Splendor Garden’s sage information page.
Splendor Garden made #4 of top 10 new grocery items for 2014 from Eat’ N About in Vancouver at the Grocery Show Case West on April 6 & 7th! Check out the top ten at http://eatnabout.com/2014/04/11/top-10-grocery-items-2014/