Culinarie Kit Ingredient Master List

A cooking gift box surrounded by all the ingredients includedWe feature new ingredients on a yearly rotation, so if you’re looking for details on an older product, you can find it here. We also make some changes throughout the year based on seasonal availability or because we’ve discovered new ingredients we just can’t wait to have you try. If you received an ingredient that isn’t listed on your gift box page, you’ll find it in this list.

Balsamic Vinegar: Dark or Golden

Sparrow Lane Artisan Vinegars is based in California, distilling the most delicious acidic concoctions. Balsamic vinegar is a staple in many dishes, but Sparrow Lane brings the classics to new heights with this Dark Balsamic or California Golden Balsamic Vinegar.

Balsamic Vinegar Tips

  • The dark balsamic is rich and indulgent, perfect for marinades and reductions
  • The California golden balsamic is sweet and subtle, ideal for dressings or adding a hint of acid to soups and stews

Balsamic Vinegar Recipe Ideas

Vinaigrettes Made Simple [Culinarie Kit]

Balsamic Vanilla Breakfast Salmon & Eggs [Culinarie Kit]

Spinach Salad [Sparrow Lane]

Pear Quinoa Salad with Maple Vinaigrette [Sparrow Lane]

Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms [Sparrow Lane]

Basil Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

We found ourselves drooling over this Basil Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Sparrow Lane. Sparrow Lane is known for their artisan vinegars, but this infused olive oil is no joke. It’s an unbelievably aromatic finishing oil perfect for Italian dishes, salad dressings, bread dip, or just about anything else!

Basil Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tips

  • Don’t just use this as a cooking oil; this basil garlic oil shines brightest in fresh, cool dishes like pasta salads or as a vinaigrette
  • Drizzle a few drops on a just-baked pizza crust just before serving
  • Go crazy for Caprese! This oil is the perfect drizzle for the classic basil, mozzarella and tomato dish

Basil Garlic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Recipes

BBQ Sausage & Roasted Greens Salad [Culinarie Kit]

Garlicky Green Stuffed Mushrooms [Sparrow Lane]

Black Bear Seasoning Blend

Green Point Trading Company was founded in 2011 by a culinary couple and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. All of their spice and seasoning blends are preservative and additive free! Black Bear is their quintessential camping spice. This little jar will build flavor on anything cooked over an open flame, whether it’s beans, meat, or veggie skewers.

Black Bear Seasoning Blend Tips

  • Camping with a can of beans? Stir in a few dashes of Black Bear to add some much-needed flavor complexity.
  • If you fancy yourself a fisherman (or fisherwoman), this spice blend makes an excellent lake fish rub.
  • Sprinkle generously into tinfoil veggie packets and toss on the edge of a campfire for a rare nutritious treat while camping.

Black Garlic Sea Salt

Black Garlic is the hot new commodity on the culinary scene, fermented from whole heads of fresh garlic. You can’t turn on a cooking show without seeing its bizarre, tar black cloves taking center stage. Black garlic can be messy and tricky to work with, so this black garlic salt gives you all of that deep umami flavor without the mess.

Black Garlic Sea Salt Tips

  • Use as a primary seasoning on everything. Literally everything. It’s that good.
  • If a recipe calls for black garlic by the clove, add 1/4 tsp of this salt instead, and reduce the recipe’s salt by an equal amount.

Black Garlic Sea Salt Recipes

Black Garlic & Roasted Brussels Sprout Dip [Culinarie Kit]

Mini Wonton Cheese Sticks & Black Garlic Sriracha Mayo [Culinarie Kit]

Black Truffle Mustard

Mustard isn’t just for sandwiches when you’re learning the culinary ropes. It’s a fantastic emulsifier for dressings and sauces, it adds a much-needed zest to potato salads and coleslaw, and… well, okay, it’s really good on sandwiches, too. This Black Truffle Mustard takes it a step further, infusing the umami-riffic notes of black truffle into the classic condiment.

Black Truffle Mustard Tips

  • Use in any recipe that calls for mustard to add a richer, more exotic note to the dish.
  • Black truffle is a strong flavor that can easily overpower other ingredients. If you’re planning a recipe with delicate flavors, cut the mustard (ha!) with regular old dijon.

Black Truffle Mustard Recipe Ideas

Mustard Glazed Carrots [Juls Kitchen]

Roasted Broccolini with Creamy Mustard Sauce [Tess Masters]

Roasted Cabbage Steaks with Creamy Mustard Sauce [The Veg Life]

Mustard and Chive Potato Salad [Aggie’s Kitchen]

Infinity Brussel Sprout Slaw [Culinarie Kit]

Black Truffle Sea Salt

Black Truffle Sea Salt adds meaty and earthy flavors to anything it touches. Black truffles are rare and only grow in very specific conditions, so they’re quite expensive and hard to come by. Fortunately, their flavor is ridiculously potent–a little goes a long way.

Black Truffle Sea Salt Tips

  • Use this salt as your secret seasoning weapon in a cream sauce, cheesy casserole, or on steak–just a dash will make your guests ask, “What’s that flavor?”
  • The truffles in this salt can make it seem, well, saltier. Use sparingly and always taste test!

Black Truffle Sea Salt Recipe Ideas

Roasted Fingerling Potatoes [Sugar and Wine]

Lemon Garlic Scallops with Black Truffle Sea Salt [Gal on a Mission]

Black Truffle Roast Chicken with Squash [Goop]

Deviled Eggs with Truffle Salt [Everyday Maven]

Bolivian Rose Pink Mineral Sea Salt

Pink salt has been making waves in the mainstream culinary scene for about a decade now, so it makes sense that specific varieties would be of interest to chefs! Bolivian Rose Sea Salt is harvested in the Andes Mountains and distributed exclusively by SaltWorks. It’s pretty rare–and delicious!

Bolivian Rose Sea Salt Tips

  • These pale pink crystals are packed with flavor, so feel free to toss them directly into a salt mill for table use.
  • Use the crystals whole to garnish caramels, cookies or other sweets.
  • Use a squeeze of grapefruit, then dry the salt on the lowest setting of your oven. Grind coarsely and use as a garnish to cocktails!

    Boquet Garni

    Allspice Culinarium is a boutique spice shop based in Iowa. This Bouquet Garni blend contains all the essential herbs and aromatics to create a flavorful stock, sauce, or soup. The recipe for this seasoning blend comes straight from French tradition!

    Boquet Garni Tips

    • Simmer a couple tablespoons of Boquet Garni along with your vegetable refuse to create a rich, delicious veggie stock.
    • Create a satchel with cheesecloth and twine and simmer in any soup or sauce to add layers of flavor. Remove before cooking, like a bay leaf. If you don’t have cheesecloth, a coffee filter will work, too.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup

If you’re not from the Midwest or the East coast, chances are you’ve spent a lifetime pouring imitation maple syrup on your pancakes. This is no such syrup! The maple connoisseurs at Tree Juice make their delicious craft syrups in New York. Their bourbon barrel aged has a woody, whiskey-tinged taste that isn’t overpowering. Don’t waste this enchanting amber sauce on simple pancakes–taste it, bake with it, and let it bring your sweets to life.

Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup Tips

  • Use in place of sugar in any recipe for an earthier, richer result.
  • Add a dash to a homemade balsamic vinaigrette for a salad dressing that will actually make you crave salads.
  • Make four-ingredient candied nuts: real maple syrup, vegetable oil, sea salt, and your favorite nut (we like pecans).

Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup Recipes

Cast Iron Chipotle Maple Cornbread [Culinarie Kit]

Maple Bacon Roasted Pumpkin Seeds [Food Network]

Sweet Breakfast Quinoa [Food & Wine]

Bourbon Smoked Cacao Nibs

Cacao nibs are nothing more than roasted cacao beans crushed into smaller pieces. They’re a wonderful way to get a natural chocolatey flavor without overwhelming sweetness, while the subtle flavors of bourbon and smoke add a new depth.

Bourbon Smoked Cacao Nibs Tips

  • Add cacao nibs to a smoothie or milkshake for a tasty and textural crunch.
  • Grind into a fine powder with a coffee or spice grinder and add to baked goods.
  • Add these little bits to homemade trail mix for a healthier chocolate component.

Bourbon Smoked Cacao Nibs Recipes

Chocolate Mousse [Bourbon Barrel Foods]

Chocolate Dipped Pecan Sandies [Bourbon Barrel Foods]

Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder

It should come as no surprise that Bourbon Barrel Foods is one of our favorite regional artisans. Their Kentucky-based operation makes some of the most flavorful chef’s ingredients on the market. This chili powder is no exception, packing a healthy dose of heat with a ton of rich, smoky flavor.

Bourbon Smoked Chili Powder Tips

  • Add it to chili, of course. But you knew that. It’s practically begging you to be put in chili.
  • Recipe calls for black pepper? Halve the amount and add a touch of this chili powder. It will create a powerful flavor on the palate while still allowing the flavor of the black pepper to shine.
  • This chili powder loves chocolate. It’s like they were meant for each other. Use a pinch in any recipe that calls for chocolate: mole sauce, cookies, hot cocoa. You won’t regret it.

Chicken Little

Green Point Trading Company was founded in 2011 by a culinary couple and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. All of their spice and seasoning blends are preservative and additive free! Chicken Little is a unique seasoning with subtle hints of sweetness nestled among layers of flavor.

Chicken Little Tips

  • As the name suggests, it’s great on poultry, but we prefer to use it on roasted cauliflower.
  • Mix with flour for a new take on fried chicken, fish, pickles, or cheese curds
  • Shake a little onto warm buttered bread for tasty comfort food

Chimichurri Rub

Chimichurri is a staple flavor profile of Latin American cuisine. Elvio’s chimichurri hails from deep Argentinian roots and brings those bright, rich, and traditional flavors to your plate.

Chimichurri Seasoning Tips

  • Chimichurri is a classic seasoning for steak, so keep those deep umami flavors in mind when choosing ingredients.
  • Starchy vegetables will eat this stuff up — try it with sweet corn and you’ll never go back to butter and salt.
  • Use as a finishing touch on a completed dish for a little color and a whole lot of flavor.

Chipotle Mustard

This high quality mustard is blended with chipotle chiles and other spices to add a smokey and delicious acid component to a sandwich, dressing, potato salad, or anywhere else you would use regular old mustard.

Chipotle Mustard Tips

  • Mustard is a fantastic emuslifier. Whether you’re making a salad dressing, hollandaise, or any other emulsified sauce, a little dash of this spicy mustard goes a long way to stabilize your sauce and add some heat.

Curry Ketchup

Our head chef hails from Chicago, so she’s no fan of ketchup. So this concoction appearing in one of our kits is somewhat of a miracle–and a guarantee that it meets her grueling standards.

Curry Ketchup Tips

  • Sub this for half the tomato paste in your favorite barbecue sauce recipe–and don’t forget to dial back the sugar a touch.
  • Mix with a fresh egg mayonnaise for the most decadent Russian dressing you’ve ever tasted.
  • Of course, slather it on your favorite grilled sandwich! Just don’t tell our chef.

Dill or Spicy Style Pickling Concentrate

Quickles makes pickling a breeze. This tiny bottle will pickle half a pound of fresh veggies, perfect for an acidic accent to sandwiches, salads, or just for a snack. Quickles Pickling Concentrate is a great stepping stone to pickling at home all the time!

Dill or Spicy Style Pickling Concentrate Tips

  • If you’ve seen it in a bloody mary garnish, you can pickle it! Vegetables, aromatics and fruits are all fair game. We love to pickle cauliflower and garlic together.
  • Follow the instructions on the bottle! All you need to do is chop some produce, add to an air-tight container with a little water, and voila! Fresh pickles.

Gravenstein Apple Cider Vinegar

Sparrow Lane Artisan Vinegars is based in California, distilling the most delicious acidic concoctions. Apple Cider Vinegar is a well known staple in tons of recipes, and Sparrow Lane’s Gravenstein apple version knocks the kitchen staple so far out of the park, you’ll be in a new league.

Gravenstein Apple Cider Vinegar Tips

  • This ACV is brighter and far more flavorful than your boring store brand. Use it in cold salad dressings to really latch on to the flavor of the apples.
  • Skip the lemon juice in your next soup — try a teaspoon of Gravenstein Apple Cider Vinegar as your acid component instead.

Gravenstein Apple Cider Vinegar Recipe Ideas

Vinaigrettes Made Simple [Culinarie Kit]

Chickpea Waldorf Salad [The Kitchn]

Plantain Buddha Bowl [Kitchen Confidante]

Apple Sauce [Serious Eats]

Smoky Potato, Corn & White Bean Stew [Umami Girl]

Harissa Spice Rub

cHarissa brings an authentic, complex harissa flavor profile to your dishes with ease. Delicious and lightly spicy, this spice blend works great in full dishes like stir fries, but also rubbed into proteins and vegetables.

Harissa Spice Rub Tips

  • Use a dash to kick up a squash soup like pumpkin or butternut, the spice will ignite fall flavors.
  • Combine with tomato paste and Tree Juice maple syrup for a mind-blowing meatloaf or lentil loaf glaze.
  • Mix with full fat coconut milk for a speedy and delicious stir fry sauce.

Harissa Spice Rub Recipes

Harissa Sauteed Mushrooms [cHarissa]

Harissa Avocado Toast [cHarissa]

Hawaiian Black Lava Sea Salt

This salt is a finishing salt. It works best as the last delicate touch on a dish, in both flavor and color. It works particularly well in seafood dishes, so think of oceanic flavors when you’re deciding where to use it.

Hawaiian Black Lava Sea Salt Tips

  • Black Sea Salt makes a beautiful and tasty garnish to sushi rice.
  • Use as a finishing salt on grilled pineapple for a unique look and sweet & salty taste.
  • Add a few grains to a margarita for a refreshing saltiness and interesting presentation.

Heckdust Seasoning Blend

Smelly’s Brunch seasoning blends are created by Culinarie’s own Executive Chef Ellie (aka “Smelly”). The Heckdust Seasoning Blend is her spicy masterpiece, mixing ancho and aleppo chiles with smoked paprika and toasted onion. It’s got just enough heat to make you notice (hot as heck, not hot as hell!) with savory notes that will amp up the blandest dish.

Heckdust Seasoning Blend Tips

  • Add a dash to a batch of chili for a more interesting heat than your classic cayenne pepper.
  • A light sprinkle will take a pair of overeasy eggs to the next level.
  • Toss with roasted brussel sprouts or kale for a healthy and delicious snack.

Infinity Seasoning Blend

Smelly’s Brunch seasoning blends are created by Culinarie’s own Executive Chef Ellie (aka “Smelly”). The Infinity Seasoning Blend is modeled after a classic “everything” bagel with a smoky, gourmet touch. The spices, seeds, and aromatics in this blend add complexity to its base of cherrywood smoked sea salt.

Infinity Seasoning Blend Tips

  • A pinch of Infinity will liven up boring mayonnaise-based salads like coleslaw, tuna or chicken salad
  • Add to a grain dish like couscous or a rice pilaf with a touch of olive oil for a fluffy and interesting side dish (like SoLADeli’s infused olive oil included in this kit)
  • Work 1 tbsp Infinity into 1/4 cup softened butter for a luxurious and complex compound butter

Infinity Seasoning Blend Recipes

Breadless Infinity Tuna Melt [Culinarie Kit]

Infinity Brussels Sprout Slaw [Culinarie Kit]

3 Flavored Deviled Egg Recipes [Culinarie Kit]

Lox & Cream Cheese Wontons with Hollandaise Sauce [Culinarie Kit]

Kampot + Salt Blend

This salt-and-pepper blend from Curio Spice Co. is an almost-all purpose seasoning with complimentary notes of tarragon, citrus, and ginger. Kampot is a peppercorn that hails from Cambodia and was nearly wiped out at one point in history. It has a unique flavor that certainly sets it apart from your standard black pepper.

Kampot + Salt Blend Tips

  • This Kampot + Salt blend is ideal for flaky fish baked in the oven.
  • Press tofu and season with Kampot + Salt for a cold snack or salad topping.
  • Use with SoLA Deli’s hibiscus + sage olive oil to roast carrots for a truly unique and colorful side dish.

Kampot + Salt Blend Recipes

Kampot + Salt Quick Pickles [Curio Spice Co.]

Lemon Pepper Seasoning

You may be used to the basic red-capped lemon pepper shaker, also known as the world’s most boring seasoning. Green Point Trading Company’s Lemon Pepper Seasoning is worlds above that! Building on the classic tart-and-spicy flavor combo famous for lazy chicken seasoning, this lemon pepper seasoning has layers and oomph. Green Point Trading Company was founded in 2011 by a culinary couple and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. All of their spice and seasoning blends are preservative and additive free!

Lemon Pepper Seasoning Tips

  • As the name suggests, it’s great on poultry, but we prefer to use it on roasted cauliflower.
  • Mix with flour for a new take on fried chicken, fish, pickles, or cheese curds
  • Shake a little onto warm buttered bread for tasty comfort food

    Mole Paste

    Entube takes the guesswork out of some very complicated flavor profiles! Their harissa, curry, and mole paste come sealed in a convenient tube for adding to recipes. Mole is the signature spicy chocolate flavor of central and southern Mexican dishes, and our personal favorite of their line.

    Mole Tips

    • Try a dab in refried black beans to add some character.
    • Use in a chili to add sweetness and heat, and that little “something extra” that will have your friends asking for your recipe.
    • Rub it into some pressed tofu before baking for a spicy and flavorful meat substitute.

    Paella Seasoning

    Paella is probably the most famous (and delicious) Spanish dish. It’s traditionally made with various types of seafood and saffron-kissed rice and served in the same cast iron pan where it was cooked, family style. This seasoning blend can help you achieve those flavors with a lot less effort, and whatever ingredients you choose!

    Paella Seasoning Tips

    • It’s not just for rice! Stir some into the water before you make quinoa, bulgur, couscous, farro, or any other grain.
    • Not into seafood? That’s fine. Use any other protein or vegetable and you can still make a delicious paella. It’s really all about the rice and a well seasoned pan.

    Roasted Garlic Pepper Seasoning Blend

    Green Point Trading Company can do no wrong in our opinion, and this seasoning blend is the perfect garlicky all-purpose seasoning. Rich with herbs and dehydrated roasted garlic, it’s a one-stop-shop for a quick meal that tastes like it took hours to cook.

    Roasted Garlic Pepper Seasoning Tips

    • It’s definitely a cooking shortcut. Don’t feel like mincing garlic for 20 minutes? Go nuts with this seasoning.
    • Sprinkle liberally into a foil veggie packet for grilled vegetables.
    • Fancy yourself a veggie burger connoisseur? Add 1 tsp of this seasoning per burger serving for one that will knock your socks off.

Rotisserie Rub

Rotisserie is a cooking method, but we’ve grown to know it as a certain flavor profile. This handy little rub gets all of those herbs and spices just right without any guesswork or fancy equipment.

Rotisserie Rub Tips

  • If you’ve ever made seitan at home, this stuff is a godsend. Add 1 tbsp to the stock you’re cooking your wheat meat in and it will come out glorious!
  • Using cast iron or a charcoal grill as your heat source will really bring out the flavors in this rub.

Seattle Garlic Seasoning Blend

Two Snooty Chefs is one of our favorite vendors, because every spice blend they make is fresh tasting and delicious. Their offerings are a collection of one-stop seasonings that will make the most boring meal stand out. For garlic lovers, this Seattle Garlic Seasoning really brings it home.

Seattle Garlic Seasoning Tips

  • Mashed potatoes. Pasta. Olive oil and bread. Carbs love this stuff.
  • Add to lighter proteins like tofu, seafood or chicken for a fresh but flavorful meal.
  • Roll into softened butter for a delicious compound butter that will knock your socks off.

Shallot Infused Olive Oil

This Shallot Infused Olive Oil will become your new best friend in the kitchen. Make sure to take a whiff before cooking with it — this stuff is intoxicating. Shallot oil is common in French and Vietnamese cooking, but it works in just about any culinary style, adding a savory aromatic component to dishes.

Shallot Infused Olive Oil Tips

  • The flavor is more subdued than the scent, so this oil really shines as a finishing ingredient — try it on top of hummus, or mixed with your favorite balsamic as a bread dip.
  • Add a couple drops to a batch of rice for a subtle scent and flavor.
  • If you’re using this shallot oil to pan fry, make sure to keep the heat to medium — olive oil has a lower smoke point than vegetable or canola oil.

Shallot Infused Olive Oil Recipes

Infused olive oils make a delicious addition to any recipe calling for regular olive oil. Try using your Rosemary Savory or White Truffle Infused Olive Oil in these tasty dishes:

Mediterranean Olive Oil Pasta [The Mediterranean Dish]

Baked Parmesan Garlic Potato Chips [Culinarie Kit]

Epic Baba Ganoush [Cookie and Kate]

Baked Tilapia in Garlic and Olive Oil [The Olive Crush]

Smoked Sea Salt

 Smoked Sea Salt can be used as a finishing salt, but also makes a great all-purpose seasoning. We definitely suggest that you taste this salt on its own before cooking with it–it’s a poweful flavor!

Smoked Sea Salt Tips

  • Smoked salt is most potent as an afterthought. Garnish protein dishes just before serving to make the flavor really pop.
  • If you’re looking for a hint of rich smokiness in a lighter dish, dissolve some of this salt into balsamic vinegar before using it as a marinade or dressing.
  • Use in place of an all-purpose seasoning for veggies & proteins that have a strong flavor. It will add just the right touch of seasoning while letting the taste of your baby broccoli, sweet corn, or lentils shine through.

Smoked Olive Oil

Holy Smoke Olive Oil is the brainchild of two former restaurant coworkers. Their cold smoking process preserves the integrity of extra virgin olive oil while adding a bold smoky flavor and a peppery finish. As their motto says, “It’s like liquid bacon that’s good for you!”

Smoked Olive Oil Tips

  • Use as a finishing oil by drizzling on grilled steak or roasted veggies.
  • Use in place of regular olive oil when making aioli for a special smoky spread.
  • Add a few dashes to hummus, babaganoush or other dips to create more layers of flavor.

Solajo Seasoning Blend

Chef Ellie’s Solajo Seasoning Blend packs a wallop of flavor with a touch of heat. You’ll never look at your old garlic pepper shaker the same after trying our signature version with two types of chiles, smoked black peppercorns, and a richer garlic note than you’d expect from a dry seasoning. A little sprinkle of this will add boldness to the simplest dish, but it really does its finest work on proteins.

Solajo Seasoning Blend Tips

  • Add a dash to scrambled eggs before cooking for a subtle kick
  • Solajo + a dash of salt are all you need to season tofu, shrimp, chicken, or pork for the grill
  • Don’t toss that stale bread! Dice it up, toss with olive oil and Solajo, and bake at 375°F until browned for delicious homemade croutons

Solajo Seasoning Blend Recipes

BBQ Sausage & Roasted Greens Salad [Culinarie Kit]

Tisthe Seasoning Blend

Nostalgia is the first note in Chef Ellie’s Tisthe Seasoning: nutty, earthy, and reminiscent of the holidays before your drunk uncle ruined them. Use this spice blend and your selective memory to enjoy holiday nostalgia by adding it to sweet loaves, cookies, chili, buttered toast, or your morning coffee.

Tisthe Seasoning Blend Tips

  • Use it anywhere you would use cinnamon for a more complex, warming flavor.
  • There’s a teensy tiny bit of heat to this seasoning, thanks to the inclusion of crushed Aleppo chiles. It’s not enough to scare the kids away, but it’ll perk up your dessert just a hair.
  •  While this seasoning blend has a sweeter profile, there is zero sugar in it–don’t be afraid to try it in savory dishes!

Umami Dust

Allspice Culinarium is a boutique spice shop based in Iowa. Their Umami Dust is a savory blend of veggies and aromatics designed to provide the elusive “fifth taste.” Umami is the savory and earthy counterpart to the other four tastes: sweet, bitter, sour, and salty.

Umami Dust Tips

  • Use a pinch when seasoning proteins like tofu, or when building your own spice rub.
  • Add a dash to homemade vegetable stock during the boiling process to create more depth of flavor in your soups and stews.
  • Use in vegetarian gravies to get that “meaty” flavor you might otherwise miss.

White Truffle
Infused Olive Oil

Georgetown Pantry Supply (White Truffle Infused Oil) is from the Northwestern U.S., creating gourmet pantry staples. These tasty gourmet olive oils are dominated by their rich accents.

Infused Olive Oil Tips

  • The flavor is more subdued than the scent, so these oils really shine when used to “finish” dishes
  • Add a few drops over fresh, warm hummus or babaganoush
  • Toss with fresh spicy greens like arugula and add a squeeze of lemon for a simple, refreshing salad
  • Drizzle over freshly baked bread for a light herb flavor

Infused Olive Oil Recipes

Infused olive oils make a delicious addition to any recipe calling for regular olive oil. Try using your White Truffle Infused Olive Oil in these tasty dishes:

Mediterranean Olive Oil Pasta [The Mediterranean Dish]

Spinach Pesto Pasta with Chicken [Food Republic]

Baked Parmesan Garlic Potato Chips [Culinarie Kit]

Epic Baba Ganoush [Cookie and Kate]

Baked Tilapia in Garlic and Olive Oil [The Olive Crush]

Worcestershire Sauce, Bourbon Barrel Aged

Bourbon Barrel Foods is authentic–from Kentucky, where the best bourbon is born. Folks will often argue about the pronunciation of Worcestershire, but no one can argue that Bourbon Barrel Foods’ is clearly one of the best on the market. Bright, tart, and salty, this Worcestershire sauce is perfect in a brine or marinade.

Worcestershire Sauce Tips

  • Use a few dashes in a brine to add more flavor to meat before smoking
  • For the vegetarians: use in tofu or mushroom marinades for a meatier flavor (yes, this is a vegan Worcestershire sauce!)
  • Add to your bloody mary mix to make the world’s best brunch cocktail