Dry goods, sauces, mustards, pickles
Large size refillable BBQ Salt Grinder. This is a versatile mix of whole herbs with pink salt, that goes great on grilled meats, vegetables and many other dishes.
Large size refillable Himalayan Pink Salt Grinder. Refill bags also available.
Tuna Mayonnaise Paste with Minced Haddock, High in omega 3
Smoked Herring Fillets (Fish) in Sunflower Oil
Tender pieces of chicken covered in a creamy sauce, topped by our signature puff pastry. A convenient and satisfying lunch or dinner.
Steak and Gravy pie is one of the most popular pies from their range. Many say this is due to the excellent tasting flaky crust and perfect tasting gravy
Our White Peppercorn Grinders are filled with 55 grams of locally sourced sun-dried black peppercorns. Enjoy freshly ground pepper on almost any dish with these built-in ceramic grinders. Turn upside down and twist the grinder to add the desired heat and flavour to your dish.
Native to Moluccas, or The Spice Islands of Indonesia, Nutmeg is a spice made from the seed of the nutmeg tree Myristica Fragrans. This evergreen is the source of both nutmeg and mace. Nutmeg is the inner seed, while mace is the red, lace-like substance that covers the seed. With a warm, spicy aroma, Nutmeg is popular in both sweet and savoury cooking. Its sweet, aromatic flavour makes it a good companion of custards, eggnog, curries, and onion-based sauces. Another common variety, ground nutmeg, can be made by simply grinding these nutmeg seeds.
Native to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, Cloves are the dried flower buds of the Clove tree. Popular in Asian, African, and Middle Eastern, cloves have a distinct pungent sweet flavor and is used in both sweet and savory dishes. The health benefits of cloves are legendary; from fighting toothache and hiding bad breath to being used as an aphrodisiac.
While not botanically related to black or white pepper, Szechuan pepper and a number of other members of the Zanthoxylum genus are certainly its culinary cousins. Red berries of the pepper open as they become fully ripe to resemble miniature beechnuts.
Native to India and Indonesia, Pippali or Indian Long Pepper is a fruit from a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae. It is one of the most precious herbs in Ayurveda and Indian cuisine. While a true pepper, it has a pungent taste that is deeply aromatic and energizing. Pippali makes it a good companion of poultry, fish, vegetable stews and dals.
Not unlike coriander, the Yellow Mustard Seed is a very versatile spice. It can be toasted to be added to dishes, used for pickling, or ground to make mustard condiments. Mustard has warm earthy tones with a nutty complexion, and is a superb meat companion, especially poultry. It has a very short lifespan, though. It loses its potency quickly, so best to buy whole and toast and grind as needed.
Star Anise is a spice made from the Chinese evergreen Illicium Verum. Appropriatedly named for its star-shaped pods, Star Anise has a pungent, licorice-like sweetness that makes it an essential element in Chinese Five Spice, where it's combined with fennel, cinnamon, Szechuan peppercorns and cloves.
Highly underrated, Coriander is one of the most versatile spices. Best described as a warm earthy spice with a slightly nutty complexion, coriander is an excellent meat companion, especially pork. Coarse ground coriander gives Boerewors (South African farmers sausages) its distinct flavour.