This spicy roasted butternut squash & bacon soup is seasoned with our Three Kings Smoky+Spicy+Sweet Rub for a delightful sweet, smoky heat… perfect for warming up a wintry day.
Quite simply the easiest curry you’ll ever make, our two-ingredient sauce is so versatile — serve over chicken, pork, beef, lamb or veggies or even use it as a base for soups! As featured at our tasting events, this recipe uses our Kashmir Station Curry Spice Blend.
Juustoleipä (Finnish for “bread cheese”) is used as a delicious base for any of our seasonings to create a simple, yet delicious hors d’oeuvre. Serve with wine or crackers for a delicious appetizer. As sampled at our Williams-Sonoma Artisan’s Market events!
Did you know you can use Old No. 1 Universal BBQ Rub to make a quick & delicious homemade BBQ sauce? Its tangy flavor is great on pork and chicken. We served this sauce on our smoked pulled pork at our July Williams-Sonoma Artisan’s Market appearance.
Burnt. Broccoli. The best way to eat this cruciferous veggie, hands down. Seriously, once you have burnt broccoli you’ll never eat it raw or steamed again.
This delicious Paleo mayo is super easy — just put all the ingredients in a bowl and whip with an immersion blender. A great base for Paleo friendly sauces.
Who says carrots have to be eaten raw? Our grilled carrots recipe combines heat, oils, carrots and a touch of our Abilene Depot seasoning for Paleo side dish perfection.
We had some leftover pulled pork from last week’s pulled pork nachos. I used it to make a delicious frittata (essentially a crustless quiche) by combining the smoky flavor with leeks from my garden and some rich Gruyère cheese. Delicious!
Learning how to bake sweet potato fries is a must, especially when you live in Idaho (the “Famous Potatoes” state) like we do. If you don’t know how to do this, it’s time to learn. You can thank me later.
Move over, regular ol’ potato salad. This potato salad recipe features red potatoes, bacon, leeks, thyme, and our Three Kings seasoning to create an amazing depth of flavor. You’ll never want to eat regular potato salad again.