Chef Etay Efrat specializes in vegetarian cuisine inspired by the cooking of his family’s hometown, the city of Cochin on India’s west coast. Continue reading
Posted on December 15, 2015 by Wholespice
For home cooking at its most satisfying and basic, we turn to chicken. Seasoned with savory herbes de Provence and healthy spices like turmeric and garlic, this week's dish pairs beautifully with a crisp salad and almost any vegetable you can name. Continue reading
Posted on December 11, 2015 by Wholespice
If you love Indian cuisine, I've got good news for you: We're adding several Indian recipes to the Whole Spice Cookbook, as well as a new pledge reward for pre-ordering our cookbook: Six bottles of assorted curry powders, freshly ground and blended. Please visit our cookbook campaign page by Dec. 31 to get this reward in January: https://www.barnraiser.us/projects/whole-spice-cookbook. Here's an update on the new recipes and rewards: Continue reading
Posted on November 18, 2015 by Wholespice
Here in the Napa Valley we’re lucky enough to have a year-round growing season for many culinary herbs, including sage. One small sage plant in your garden will quickly grow tall and wide, producing plenty of fresh leaves for you to pick at will. Continue reading
Posted on November 4, 2015 by Wholespice
We all know about the famous pumpkin latte and traditional pumpkin pie, and this autumn favorite lends itself to many other preparations as well: soups, stews, puddings, soufflés and of course, pies and cakes.
This week, Ronit and her pastry-chef brother Gadi Kakon have whipped up a pumpkin cupcake recipe, complete with pumpkin frosting.
Posted on October 28, 2015 by Wholespice
Flaky, buttery and fragrant with spices, strudel originated more than three centuries ago in central Europe. Continue reading