Eat.Art Smokehouse Spices


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Sweet, savoury or smoked giving deliciously subtle undertones or a more rounded infusion of flavour. The saying goes – ‘The oldest pipe gives the sweetest smoke’.

This set of 8 wonderful smoked spices range from a subtle delicacy to savoury pepper punch from unusual places around the world to give a unique culinary experience. This collection includes some very popular spices:

Carolina Smokehouse Spice – A Southern inspired blend with a paprika punch with subtle smoky undertones perfect for red meats and chicken on the grill or barbecue
Smoked Garlic Spice – Garlic sweetens when cooked and with heady notes of smoke this gives depth to any dish and compliments Italian flare such as pizza and pasta
Holy Smoke Spice – Sweet, savoury and smoky …the most flavoursome aromatic barbecue rub blend great on sticky ribs
Applewood Smoked Salt – Cold smoked the traditional artisanal way and adds earthy smoked flavour and aroma to any dish
Iberican Rub – The smokiness of paprika provides an earthy heat coupled with thyme and garlic and compliments the rich flavours of pork
Smoked Black Peppercorns – Use as a finishing spice over a variety of dishes to add a smoky taste and complexity
Smoked Chilli Flakes – Provides a burst of heat with subtle earthy undertones of smoke and wood infused with flavour
Sweet and Smoky Spice – This deliciously smoky blend provides an interesting addition to sticky sauces such as sweet chilli relish or pineapple brings the whole spice experience, with food pairing ideas, just to get you started. Over 80% of the herbs and spices are procured from source and aimed at growing sustainable farming practices.

Allergens: MUSTARD. Produced in an environment that handles WHEAT, CELERY, SESAME, SOYA, SULPHITES

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contains: mustard. Made in a factory that uses wheat (gluten), celery, sesame, soya, coconut and sulphur dioxide

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cape herb and spice
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