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By: Aila D.

Tue, 20 Jan 2009 04:32:49 +0000

First of all, I just want to say that I recently found your website and absolutely adore it. And love your recipes (especially since I have a ridiculous love of Vietnamese food!) I do however, have a dirth of many of these spices, and was wondering if it's too late to request a care package? Including the Sweet Tamarind Paste? Though honestly, I have no idea what to use the Tamarind Paste for, I promise to find something delectable to make with it! Cheers!



By: argus

Sat, 15 Mar 2008 11:12:45 +0000

Wow, i don't need your care package because I make my curries from scratch. But i'd like to tell you your picture of the great Cs is lovely beyond words. My fav spices: Fenugreek is warm and mysterious, Star anise is cute and showy; Turmeric is bright and in your face, Cumin is vivacious and flirty.



By: White on Rice Couple

Fri, 07 Mar 2008 01:44:42 +0000

Pepy- Candlenuts are new! Thanks! We'll be looking for them at the markets! Susan- The zaatar blend sounds awesome! Hope we can get our hands on some. Thanks! Randi - The spices are headed your way! Enjoy! :)



By: Randi

Mon, 03 Mar 2008 16:23:49 +0000

I'm so glad I stumbled across your blog. You guys write beautifully about tempting foods! Sadly, the extent of my real spices include cumin, corriander and tumeric... the others have gone into sad disarray, ick. I'm not sure if you're still offering, but I had serious trouble finding cardamom and star anise that's not insanely expensive out here in the 'burbs. A little fresh chili powder never hurt anyone either. But if I'm too late or you're all out or whatever, it was gift enough to find a great new blog :)



By: Susan G

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 22:01:15 +0000

Love the photos! Adds a whole sensual element to spices. And time for me to reorganize. Back when I had a small (24) spice rack, they were organized by -- Italian, Indian, etc, then my son came along (age 12 or so) and alphabetized them. Now there are more all over the place and only those originals have any rationale. Since I sell herbs and spices (not a wonderful as an ethnic market, but pretty good for small town NH, probably 150?, medicinal as well as culinary), I'm always ready for more. Latest was Zataar blend (Lebanese), which includes sumac, sesame, thyme/marjoram. Then there's this Dukka (?) I've read about...what a wonderful world of taste!



By: Pepy

Thu, 21 Feb 2008 02:58:59 +0000

I should add Candlenuts for C :)



By: White on Rice Couple

Wed, 20 Feb 2008 15:56:33 +0000

Pixie- Thanks for the link and looking forward to reading it! Susan- You're right about the satisfaction of grinding the spices. It's so much fun and so are your beautiful dishes. Ivy- Congrats too you too Ivy! Mango Power- Hey, we print it up for you so theres better resolution and send it to ya ! Gotta spread the love of spices! Vernon- Welcome! One thing we learned about arranging the spices for photography...don't sneeze!



By: Veron

Wed, 20 Feb 2008 13:40:59 +0000

Wow, I love the way you arranged all the spices and the composition in the pictures are just awesome!



By: Mango Power Girl

Wed, 20 Feb 2008 02:39:21 +0000

Great shots and information here. I learnt something, and I thought I knew all my spices ;) Love the Super C list, I never thought how many of them start with C. Even if we sometimes buy ready-made masalas (I hate it when I can't find all the fresh ingredients and have to resort to this), we cheat as well to customize it to our taste. I want these charts you've created in my kitchen, so when I have family and friends who don't know what I am talking about, but want to learn, I can point them to it - And, I now will to this link :)



By: Ivy

Tue, 19 Feb 2008 19:48:43 +0000

I came over from Pixie's Blog to say congratulations on your award but I am stunned. What a beautiful blog, what beautiful posts and most of all what beautiful pictures. I must come back and read more, I am sure I will find more beautiful things.