Healthy Turmeric, Dark Muscovado Sugar, Les Terroirs Marrakech Olive Oil - - eat simply! live well! - enews
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Fresh Ground Turmeric

Dark Muscovado

Marrakech Olive Oil

almond extract natural oils
almond extract

red pepper seven-spice blend
red pepper

apple balsamic balsa mela
apple balsamic

elderflower syrup d'arbo
elderflower syrup

yellow mustard xxx

curry powder madras curry powder
Turmeric is a key ingredient in curry powder. Not only for the color addition but for the bit of a punch it can give to your dish!

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organically grown moroccan turmeric tur•mer•ic
organically grown, freshly ground, flown in!

Tur•mer•ic is one amazing aromatic perennial herb of the Zingiberaceae or ginger family. This tuberous rhizome (root) a flowering plant grows in tropical locales, is most often ground fresh like wasabi, or boiled, dried, and ground to make a powder.

Once upon a time it, was called Indian Saffron (in fact it is still used to dye impostor saffron) for it’s deep orange color. It is also know for it's powerful health benefits that Indian Ayurvedic medicine and Chinese medicine have been using for 4000 years to reduce inflammation, help with toothaches, and jaundice. Perhaps the true route to its success is how it helps with flatulence and digestive issues.

Like a high-quality fresh olive oil, turmeric is showing that it might also be a fighter of Alzheimers and diabetes. (Caution for diabetics as it can thin blood, always ask your doctor).

Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric, and it is curcumin that is believed to destroy mutated cells associated with prostate, breast, and colon cancers.

But it’s not just these reasons to have turmeric in your cupboard. It should be in your food for its palette enhancing pleasing bold color. And its not just palette pleasing it is also palate perfect for your lentils, sprinkle on veggies, or use to brighten your eggs up. Simply add it to your favorite dishes like Moroccan Fried Rice or Singapore noodles.

It seems that turmeric is a good “preventive” food, enhancing dishes and in turn your body!

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dark muscovado sugar Dark Muscovado Sugar
What you wish your brown sugar tastes like

We love this sugar! We've been using it so long that we forget to tell you about it. It's so great you can transform dishes from sedentary to exemplary. Drop a dollop into your morning oatmeal or switch it out in your cookie recipes and be ready for WOW!

Muscovado is a soft, moist, fine dark brown sugar. It's also known as Barbados sugar, where it was once made. But our's comes from the island of Mauritius off the African coast. While most brown sugar these days is made by combining already-refined sugar with molasses-like syrup, this is the real thing; a less refined product with rich, complex flavor.

This sugar adds a deeper dimension to cakes, fudge, pecan pie and other desserts with its rich butterscotch flavors. Use it as you would brown sugar - take your morning oatmeal to new heights with a spoonful of Dark Muscovado on top!

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les terroirs de marrakech olive oil

olive oil
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The burn is a good thing!
Les Terroirs De Marrakech Olive oil
The nose fills with the smell of apple fruitiness... stick your tongue in and it is enveloped in a gentle wash of liquid olives.

The taste finishes with the fruit of the olive and then a gentle tickle in the back of the throat that’s hot. It’s this tickly peppery build that makes you cough. Bravo! This is an oil to add to your cupboard!

Les Terroirs de Marrakech Olive Oil is another superior olive oil from the Aqallal family. Pressed from 100% Picholine du Languedoc olives grown in century old groves, originally planted by Baron Rothschild.

The Aqallal family has been producing olive oil in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco since 1887, winning more awards and press mentions than any other producer in the region along the way, including in Travel + Leisure, Saveur, London’s Great Taste Gold, Los Angeles Olive Oil Competition Gold Medal Winner. All the olive work is done on the estate, from cultivation and harvest to bottling and packaging. The olive oil has a very low acidity level of between 0.1 and 0.2 percent.

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chocolate chips
Organic Chocolate Chips
We brought these organic "chips" in, originally for baking season and specifically chocolate chip cookies. What bakers have found is how quickly they melt! I put them in my morning cup of joe.

Hardneck Garlic

Fresh, organic Purple Glazer hard-neck is originally from the Republic of Georgia, Russia. It has a strong, lasting flavor. It's not hot, and leaves no after taste.

garlic garlic

NEW Cooking Class!

Cooking Classes with Chef Pam - Mexican Cooking Class
Come celebrate the leap-year Mexican style! Mexican cooking is full of subtle techniques, savory ingredients you never expected, and combinations of flavors that make your eyes pop... and our taste buds smile. And since the class ends with eating the dishes we prepared, you'll go home with more than enthusiasm for the delicious cuisine.

Recipes include:
Tomatillo Salsa
Guacamole de Tocino y Jitomate
Nopales (cactus) Salad
Frijoles Refritos
Carne con Chile Colorado
Helado de Chocolate y Chile Pasilla

Copper River update: As of Wednesday, April 17th, the 2013 Copper River Salmon opener is currently expected to be during the week of May 13th.Which means we will be shipping most of the Copper River orders the week of May 20th.Stay tuned to your weekly newsletter for the latest salmon information – or check the Copper River salmon pages for the latest info.

This Weeks Recipes

Fruited Couscous Recipe

BBQ Marinade Recipe

Rainbow Chard with Potatoes Recipe

Meatloaf with Oatmeal Recipe

Baked Tomatoes with Salmon Garlic & Capers Recipe

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