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Saturday, July 30, 2011

How to Equip a Kitchen: Spices


    
      It's time to add a little bit of spice to your life or at least you spice rack. When I started my spice collection, I again searched Martha Stewarts' Website. Martha Stewart has a list of what should be in your spice rack, but I don't even know what have of them are and I consider myself a pretty good cook. So I came up with this list of spices that I use most often, divided into Sandra Spices and Martha Additions. Take your pick from each list to start your spice collection.



     This is the second part of my series in How to Set Up a Kitchen, you can see the first post here. And see the final installment with what to put in your pantry here.



     A note about spices, you can go all organic and buy really expensive spices. You can go cheap and buy the grocery store brands. Personally, I do not really care, unless you are making for a chef or some Gourmont, they won't notice either. Do what is right for your kitchen and budget and have fun while at it!



Sandra Spices

Baking Powder

Baking Soda

Basil

Cinnamon

Garlic Powder

Garlic Salt

Oregano

Parsley

Pepper

Rosemary

Salt

Sea Salt

Thyme

Vanilla Extract

ALSO- get one of those four mixed spices shaker (like lemon pepper, rosemary blend) they can add spice to every dish and this way you don't have to make your own spice mixes!



Martha Additions

Almond Extract

Allspice

Bay Leaves

Chili Powder

Cilantro

Cream of Tartar

Ground Ginger

Nutmeg

Paprika

Red Pepper

Seasoned Salt

Sesame Seed

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