List of Likes: 7 Culinary Products for the Herbal Foodie
Stock your nest with these seven culinary products. And don’t forget to sign up for our latest List of Likes Sweepstakes.
Store harvested herbs in these stylish stoneware canisters. Each jar features an herbal illustration and a natural cork that locks in flavor.
This pair of kitchen staples is rich in flavor and made with all-natural ingredients. Use as a drizzle over salads or as a dip for crusty bread.
Find peace in your busy life with New Tree chocolate. The thyme and dark chocolate blend packs a crisp and healthy punch with flaxseed and quinoa. Also try lavender.
Start the morning off right by spreading this farm-fresh jam on toast. Its sweet, peachy flavors complement the bite of peppermint leaves.
Season foods with a punch of salty flavor. This grinder’s blend is low in sodium and offers the benefits of freshly ground flaxseed, an herb rich in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.
Keep these Dorot cubes in your freezer for cooking convenience–just pop them into sauces, soups and other recipes that call for fresh herbs. Try parsley, dill, ginger and more.
Snack on ginger- and cinnamon-infused shortbread cookies made with einkorn, a wheat variety that packs 3 grams of protein each.
Shake Up Your Holidays with Herbal Cocktails
Create holiday buzz about your secret ingredients with chef David Burns’ uncommon libations.
Cooking with Herbs
Boost the flavor quotient of your meals by becoming an expert at cooking with herbs, with our useful guide to culinary herbs.
Herbs for Digestion: Bitters on the Go Recipe
Combine tinctures in this recipe to make a quick, easy, and clean concoction. Tuck a bottle of Bitters On The Go into your purse or travel bag for portable digestive support.