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Default Let Culinary Herbs Spice Up Your Life

Discerning cooks from around the world appreciate culinary herbs.
Culinary herbs and spices add zest to every dish served at every hour
around the globe. If you are making food products that will be resold,
wholesale spices offer a great way to save money on all of your
favorite ingredients. Here are just a few ways that herbs and spices
are used to increase the flavor and aroma of different regional
cuisines.
Southern Cajun
Cajun dishes are very spicy. Think of the South, and your mind will
likely drift to dishes such as blackened fish, gumbo, jambalaya as
well as soft-shelled crabs and crawfish. The herbs and spices that you
will find in an authentic Cajun spice mix varies from cook to cook,
but many utilize the savory flavors of garlic, onion, cayenne pepper,
black pepper, dry mustard, celery seed, cumin, paprika and thyme.
Southwestern United States
The states bordering Mexico often share the flavors that are featured
in the many tasty regional cuisines of this beautiful country. Dishes
such as enchiladas, tacos and refried beans are perfectly suited to
boldly flavored culinary herbs such as oregano, and spices like cumin,
chile powder and crushed red pepper.
France
French cuisine features the foods that grow regionally in France.
French chefs have stunned the world with wonderful sauces and
presentations, all of which are enhanced with the appropriate culinary
herbs. Normandy is a big apple-producing region of the country, and
thus you would expect to find Apple tarte served there, rich with the
scent of cinnamon and nutmeg. Lorraine is known for its famous quiche.
This is a wonderful dish that can be easily prepared for a weeknight
dinner, because it uses pantry staples such as flour for the crust,
and look to your freezer for vegetables, seafood or chopped ham to add
to the eggs and cream. Seasonings can include herbs and spices such as
thyme and coarsely ground black pepper.
Spain
Spain is known for its famous tapas, little dishes of appetizers.
However, main dishes abound as well, with seafood-rich paella,
gazpacho or drinks such as sangria. Gazpacho often features culinary
herbs as well as spices such as garlic, onion, peppers and cumin.
Paella calls for herbs and spices like onion, saffron, garlic, parsley
and salt to bring out the flavor of the seafood.
Restaurants
Restaurants utilize a wide range of wholesale spices used to season
their customer's favorite dishes. Wholesale spices can include any of
the aforementioned spices as well as a host of others. Restaurants
also often have related cafes or bistros, as well as bakeries, and
these outlets also make use of wholesale spices. Whenever you are
preparing foods that will be resold to customers as part of your
business, you can take advantage of excellent pricing on wholesale
spices.

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