The Great American Spice Company & Me

The Great American Spice CompanyDoes that sound like the title of an epic novel or what?

No?       Really?

Okay, then – maybe just the title of my latest gig, then. It’s true – I’m doing a series of holiday recipes for The Great American Spice company. I’ve been a customer and fan of theirs for a long time. Out here in small-town-land, it used to be more of a challenge to find some of my favorite ingredients, like ground cumin, smoked paprika and really good ground cinnamon, and I first ran across their website when looking for affordable sources for such things. I’ve been a customer ever since.

So, this is a natural partnership for me, and I am glad to send you over to their site to check out their blog, and my proud additions to it. They have plenty of great recipes in there already, and of course the whole site is jam-packed with cooking inspiration in the form of wonderful ingredients.

Now, click on the photo to go and check out my first blog post for them, which is a super-lemony version of a recipe I did here a few years ago, and maybe even leave a comment, telling them I sent ya!

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4 Responses to The Great American Spice Company & Me

  1. I love poppy seeds on top and inside cakes! Lemon muffins sounds like a great TEA TREAT! (PS I’ve tried to leave this comment on the Great American Spice Company, but it disappeared!!)

  2. Ceecie says:

    Mmmm. These look really good. I too, tried to comment on their site, but it didn’t work? So I’m over here to tell you that I will be giving these a try for sure.

  3. Sounds like a wonderful partnership – congratulations and the muffins look amazing!

  4. Donalyn says:

    Thanks so much Rita, Ceecie & Tricia – I am really enjoying working with them!

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