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Old 11-20-2010, 08:15 PM   #11
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i just got a gift box i ordered for a christmas present. grill and broil in four jar box. i order off and on. can't afford to much at once.
What is your favorite one, Babe?
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Old 11-20-2010, 08:42 PM   #12
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my orders for the last two years,

Penzeys spices 5/16/08

Tellicherry special extra bold 1#
Turkish oregano 8 oz
Smoked paprika Spanish 4 oz
Natural cocoa 1#
Dutch process cocoa 1#

Penzeys11/10/08

Kosher salt 2#
Turkish oregano 4 oz
Mexican oregano 4 oz
Regular chili powder 8 oz
Med hot chili powder 8 oz
Natural cocoa 1 #

Penzeys12/30/08

Ceylon Cinnamon 8 oz
White minced onions 1#
Toasted dried onions 1.7 oz
Beef soup base 8 oz jar
Chicken soup base 8 oz jar
Regular mustard powder 8 oz
Oriental Hot Mustard powder 8 oz

Penzeys5/21/09

Salsa salad 2.5 oz
Kosher style flake salt 4#
Natural cocoa 1#

Penzeys 8/25/09

Cinnamon 8 oz Vietnamese
Natural cocoa 2 lbs
Dutch Process Cocoa 2 lbs

Penzey’s1/31/10

Chicken Soup Base 8 oz
Pepper and Salt mill Shaker
Natural Cocoa 1#
Dutch Process Cocoa 1#
Kosher Style Flake Salt 4#

Penzeys 10/3/10

Beef Soup Base 8 oz
Chicken Soup Base 8 oz
Bay Leaf 4 oz. way too much
Crystallized ginger 8 oz
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Old 11-20-2010, 08:55 PM   #13
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my orders for the last two years,

Penzeys spices 5/16/08

Tellicherry special extra bold 1#
Turkish oregano 8 oz
Smoked paprika Spanish 4 oz
Natural cocoa 1#
Dutch process cocoa 1#

Penzeys11/10/08

Kosher salt 2#
Turkish oregano 4 oz
Mexican oregano 4 oz
Regular chili powder 8 oz
Med hot chili powder 8 oz
Natural cocoa 1 #

Penzeys12/30/08

Ceylon Cinnamon 8 oz
White minced onions 1#
Toasted dried onions 1.7 oz
Beef soup base 8 oz jar
Chicken soup base 8 oz jar
Regular mustard powder 8 oz
Oriental Hot Mustard powder 8 oz

Penzeys5/21/09

Salsa salad 2.5 oz
Kosher style flake salt 4#
Natural cocoa 1#

Penzeys 8/25/09

Cinnamon 8 oz Vietnamese
Natural cocoa 2 lbs
Dutch Process Cocoa 2 lbs

Penzey’s1/31/10

Chicken Soup Base 8 oz
Pepper and Salt mill Shaker
Natural Cocoa 1#
Dutch Process Cocoa 1#
Kosher Style Flake Salt 4#

Penzeys 10/3/10

Beef Soup Base 8 oz
Chicken Soup Base 8 oz
Bay Leaf 4 oz. way too much
Crystallized ginger 8 oz

Thank You, Beth!

The soup bases are they very salty?
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Old 11-20-2010, 09:29 PM   #14
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Oh just go and order one of everything.
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Old 11-20-2010, 09:50 PM   #15
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Oh just go and order one of everything.
Looks like I'm working on it! It's worse than the bookstore!
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Old 11-20-2010, 11:37 PM   #16
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Smoked Spanish Paprika. The stuff is AMAZING!
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Smoked Spanish Paprika. The stuff is AMAZING!
Thank You!

Got it written down.
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:10 AM   #18
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'I see you like the ginger. What do you use the mustard seeds for? What is the heat level on the Med Hot Chili Powder? Last question, Half-Sharp Paprika, what is that like?'

We use the ginger for baking and marinades. I like to make a mixture of Kikomann, ginger, and garlic powder as a dip for my potato pierogis.

I grind mustard seeds to make mustard sauce.

Medium hot chili powder is medium hot. I sometimes jazz it up by adding some hot chili powder and or cayenne.

Half sharp paprika has a little bite. I usually use 1/3 or 1/4 half sharp to 2/3 or 3/4 sweet paprika, mostly for chicken paprikash and in sour cream sauce for pot roast and venison stew. We use paprika for a thickening agent as well as for flavor.

We use Spanish smoked paprika much more sparingly, mostly for gambas al ajillo.
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the soup base containers say they contain less salt than boullion cubes. I only use this stuff a teaspoon at a time, and it is hard for me to detect any sodium level. The first ingredient is cooked chicken or cooked beef.
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Their base is the only item I have tried there that I have found better elsewhere. I use Minors bases. They are loaded with salt though.
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