We are putting together some gift baskets for this market. These will be limited, so if you are interested in a particular one, please message me at karen@kingwoodspice.com or on our Facebook page. The descriptions of the basket are below. Of course we will have individual herbs and spices for sale as well.

Christmas Dinner Gift Basket

We get you off the ground with a basic Turkey brine and some fantastic herb butter. The basket includes: Rainbow Pepper Corn, Bay Leaf, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Marjoram, and Parsley. “As God as my witness I thought turkeys could fly”.

My Italian Grandma Gift Basket

Spice assortment for the novice and experienced cook alike. Filled with everything needed to take you to Italy. Just add a bottle of wine. Included are Garlic Powder, Oregano, Basil, Dried Onion (blitz it in the spice grinder for the freshest onion powder ever), Red Pepper Flake, Bay Leaf, Italian Seasoning, Black Pepper Corns. Recipes for Italian Dressing and Meat Sauce are included.

Old Spice Road Gift Basket

Old Spice Road (pictured above) Be adventurous. Combine these old-world spices for an Indian or Middle-Eastern flare. We’ve include two recipes to start you off or add to your repertoire. Lamb Kafta and – a choose your own protein – Masala. You’ll find: Garam Masla, Cumin, Coriander, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Cayenne, & Turmeric

Somewhere Down in Tejas Gift Basket

Saddle up to Chili Powder (not for sissies), Cumin, Garlic Powder, Paprika, Oregano, Coriander, and Durango Smoked Salt. We’ve included two recipes. One for Chili and one for some fantastic Beef Tacos – again don’t use that chili powder with a heavy hand, its fresh, hot and unadulterated with other ingredients. Its 10X hotter than what you buy in the mega mart.

That New Pantry Smell Gift Basket

Just moved into a new place and took the opportunity to throw away those 5 year-old spices? Have you been cooking up a storm and are just out of the basics? This one is for you! Includes: Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Parsley, Pepper Corns, Sage & Bay-leaf. We’ve included a versatile recipe for Chicken Salad (our favorite) where the components can morph into chicken stock or even chicken soup.

So there you have it, folks. Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday. Take a walk in the park, work off some of that Thanksgiving dinner and de-stress after Black Friday shopping.


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