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    Dominique353
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 1:56 am
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    I came home from work at 11:30 tonight to find Tiggrr's package waiting for me icon_smile.gif I'm going to bed now but will post a list and hopefully a pic tomorrow when I get home from work.
    Tiggrr, I love dhokla but have never made it. I bought one of those mixes for myself too. I've yet to see it in a restaurant, just have had it homemade... I miss dating an Indian guy for the food! The Father's paneer mix is another favourite dish of mine that I've never made. You can usually buy frozen paneer (cheese) at Superstore or an Indian grocery. Another dish to try if you ever get the chance is Pakra icon_smile.gif I hope you like Indian food too!
    Maya's Mama
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:22 am
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    Dominique353 wrote:

    I came home from work at 11:30 tonight to find Tiggrr's package waiting for me icon_smile.gif I'm going to bed now but will post a list and hopefully a pic tomorrow when I get home from work.
    Tiggrr, I love dhokla but have never made it. I bought one of those mixes for myself too. I've yet to see it in a restaurant, just have had it homemade... I miss dating an Indian guy for the food! The Father's paneer mix is another favourite dish of mine that I've never made. You can usually buy frozen paneer (cheese) at Superstore or an Indian grocery. Another dish to try if you ever get the chance is Pakra icon_smile.gif I hope you like Indian food too!


    LOL!! That is so funny.
    But I do understand where you are coming from. Indian food is just so good!
    Dominique353
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:27 pm
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    Okay here's the list:
    El Avion Smoked Mild Paprika
    McCormick's Applewood Rub
    Smoked Black Ground Pepper
    Zatarain's Blackened Seasoning
    White pepper powder
    McCormick Garlic Lime Chicken Fajitas
    Chinese roast chicken seasoning mix
    Five Spices Powder (that's how it was spelled on the bag)
    Zester
    Pepsi reusuable grocery bag with a retro pop art kind of print (correct me if I'm wrong art enthusiasts!)
    AND
    "Gourmet" Saffron... so happy you got this cuz I bought barberries to make Persian rice, but forgot to get saffron at the Persian store!
    I'm probably going to use the Chinese roast chicken mix this weekend to roast a chicken in my crockpot icon_smile.gif The rest I'm sure I'll get to sometime!


    Tiggrr
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:58 pm
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    Dominique353 wrote:
    Okay here's the list:
    El Avion Smoked Mild Paprika
    McCormick's Applewood Rub
    Smoked Black Ground Pepper
    Zatarain's Blackened Seasoning
    White pepper powder
    McCormick Garlic Lime Chicken Fajitas
    Chinese roast chicken seasoning mix
    Five Spices Powder (that's how it was spelled on the bag)
    Zester
    Pepsi reusuable grocery bag with a retro pop art kind of print (correct me if I'm wrong art enthusiasts!)
    AND
    "Gourmet" Saffron... so happy you got this cuz I bought barberries to make Persian rice, but forgot to get saffron at the Persian store!
    I'm probably going to use the Chinese roast chicken mix this weekend to roast a chicken in my crockpot icon_smile.gif The rest I'm sure I'll get to sometime!



    I bought the saffron for myself too and just love the smokey black pepper and smoky paprika. They are a staple in my homemade rib rub. The Chinese Five Spices came from the Asian market that I love and also use that with chicken and ribs. The reusable bag is a Pepsi Heritage bag, so yes its a retro pic. Hope you enjoy everything. I am finishing off the rest of the chocolate bar tonight and have plans for something special this weekend with my new spices.
    Maya's Mama
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 4:46 am
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    Tiggrr wrote:
    Dominique353 wrote:
    Okay here's the list:
    El Avion Smoked Mild Paprika
    McCormick's Applewood Rub
    Smoked Black Ground Pepper
    Zatarain's Blackened Seasoning
    White pepper powder
    McCormick Garlic Lime Chicken Fajitas
    Chinese roast chicken seasoning mix
    Five Spices Powder (that's how it was spelled on the bag)
    Zester
    Pepsi reusuable grocery bag with a retro pop art kind of print (correct me if I'm wrong art enthusiasts!)
    AND
    "Gourmet" Saffron... so happy you got this cuz I bought barberries to make Persian rice, but forgot to get saffron at the Persian store!
    I'm probably going to use the Chinese roast chicken mix this weekend to roast a chicken in my crockpot icon_smile.gif The rest I'm sure I'll get to sometime!



    I bought the saffron for myself too and just love the smokey black pepper and smoky paprika. They are a staple in my homemade rib rub. The Chinese Five Spices came from the Asian market that I love and also use that with chicken and ribs. The reusable bag is a Pepsi Heritage bag, so yes its a retro pic. Hope you enjoy everything. I am finishing off the rest of the chocolate bar tonight and have plans for something special this weekend with my new spices.


    WOW!! lucky lady.... I bet you can't wait to get into all those goodies!!

    I just tracked my package to Elmotoo and it was in Buffalo NY last night, so I'm hoping that it will arrive at her home sometime today.
    lauralie41
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:56 am
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    Mrs. Hughes wrote:
    I received a package. It is great...lots of wonderful spices and spice blends as well as some waters. Everything came from Savory Spice Shop. This is what I received:
    Rose water
    Orange water (can't wait to put that in some tea)
    Chiles Chimayo Powder Hot
    Celery seeds
    Colorado Plateau Citrus Pepper (I sprinkled a bit of this on some burgers on the grill tonight...good stuff!)
    Herbes de Provence (a blend of French herbs)
    Italian Herbs
    Napa Valley Pickling Spice Rub
    These spices smell so good! They had my kitchen smelling like a spice shop. icon_smile.gif I put them in mason jars and sealed them.
    I have notified my swap partner that I received my package.
    If I can figure out how to get a picture on here, I'll post it. For now, I think I'll make some tea. icon_biggrin.gif


    I am sorry to be so late reporting in, we had another death in the family. icon_sad.gif

    Mrs. Hughes told me that her husband liked hot heat but wanted flavor to go along with the heat so I hope the Chiles Chimayo Powder Hot works well for him. icon_smile.gif

    My package arrived and I LOVE all my goodies!!
    Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanillla Extract (best smelling vanilla extract!)
    Organic Cinnamon Sticks (cant stop sniffing them, outstanding!)
    Stack of 6 international finishing salts: (can not wait to use these salts, so cool!)
    Fleur De Sel - France
    Selgris - France
    Pink Himalayan - India
    Kalanamak - India
    Alaea Sea Salt - Hawaii
    Black Lava Salt - Hawaii
    Black Peppercorns
    BLT Cheese Ball and Appetizer Mix (DH will love this as a cheese ball)
    Butter Pecan Cheese Ball Mix (the mix looks so good!)
    Vanilla Beans - Madagascar Gourmet (I am in heaven!!)
    Lauderdale County Spiral Bound Cookbook (love this cookbook, lots of yummy recipes!)

    Thank you so much Mrs. Hughes for such a wonderful package!! Maya's Mom thank you for hosting this swap and for giving me a great partner!
    Coffee lover
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:02 am
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    Morning, love seeing what others are getting.
    lauralie41
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:41 pm
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    Coffee lover wrote:
    Morning, love seeing what others are getting.


    I agree, some really nice packages have been put together!
    Maya's Mama
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:12 am
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    Morning Swappers!
    Hope we see a few more packages float in today. There has been a large snow storm in NE USA so, packages that have to go through that area may be delayed.
    Coffee lover
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:33 pm
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    Yea my package is here!! All I can say is WOW. Love it



    Korean Hot Pepper
    Barberries
    Country style red curry paste
    Seasoning paste
    Red Gold Sea Salt
    Roasted Rice Powder
    Sumac
    Peri Peri
    Cinnamon Mill
    Safflowr
    Salsa Raja Mix
    Dried Limes
    Szchuan Pepper
    Panch Puran
    Chiles, looks very hot
    And one other thing I'm not sure what it is, not in english.

    Thanks to my wonderful swap partner!! Sue Lau out did herself!! Thank you so very much
    Maya's Mama
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:38 pm
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    I just got my package!!!
    I haven't had a chance to open it yet (still at the office). But as soon as I'm home I will tare into it and let you know/see whats in it. So excited!!!!!
    Elmotoo
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:44 pm
    Forum Host
    Maya's Mama wrote:
    I just got my package!!!
    I haven't had a chance to open it yet (still at the office). But as soon as I'm home I will tare into it and let you know/see whats in it. So excited!!!!!
    icon_wink.gif
    Sue Lau
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:00 pm
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    Coffee lover wrote:
    Yea my package is here!! All I can say is WOW. Love it



    Korean Hot Pepper
    Barberries
    Country style red curry paste
    Seasoning paste
    Red Gold Sea Salt
    Roasted Rice Powder
    Sumac
    Peri Peri
    Cinnamon Mill
    Safflowr
    Salsa Raja Mix
    Dried Limes
    Szchuan Pepper
    Panch Puran
    Chiles, looks very hot
    And one other thing I'm not sure what it is, not in english.

    Thanks to my wonderful swap partner!! Sue Lau out did herself!! Thank you so very much

    I am glad you finally received it! icon_biggrin.gif

    I suspect the one you can't read is the package of shashlik seasoning, which is a Russian shish kebab. I would mix some of that seasoning (Not the whole package) in yogurt or an oil-based marinade (oil/lemon juice) with pieces of chicken breast or boneless lamb. From the small print on the label, I can see it contains:
    paprika, minced pepper, tomato powder, coriander, basil, garlic, dried pepper, black pepper, marjoram, dried savory, ground nutmeg, and red pepper spicy.

    I haven't tried it yet either, so let's join hands and jump off the cliff together. Written in Russian, at least we know it's authentic. icon_cool.gif

    Oh, the chiles are New Mexico chiles. For those, toast them in a dry skillet, then break of the stems and get rid of the seeds. Then tear them up into small pieces. From there, you can cook them in a salsa roja (like the salsa roja mix you got) or grind them in a coffee mill for the best chile powder you ever tasted. May I recommend using it in Texas Red Enchilada Sauce? That's one butt-kicking enchilada sauce. And they aren't really hot as such. They are like chopped green chillies (think Rotel) that are allowed to ripen and get red on the plant, which makes for a sweeter taste, then they dry those.

    Just to mention that the ground peri peri IS hot. They are from Africa and are sister chiles to Mexican chiltepins, piquins, and Thai bird chiles, all the same thing, just from different places. Hotter than cayenne but not as hot as habanero, if that helps.
    Coffee lover
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:09 pm
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    Sue Lau wrote:
    Coffee lover wrote:
    Yea my package is here!! All I can say is WOW. Love it



    Korean Hot Pepper
    Barberries
    Country style red curry paste
    Seasoning paste
    Red Gold Sea Salt
    Roasted Rice Powder
    Sumac
    Peri Peri
    Cinnamon Mill
    Safflowr
    Salsa Raja Mix
    Dried Limes
    Szchuan Pepper
    Panch Puran
    Chiles, looks very hot
    And one other thing I'm not sure what it is, not in english.

    Thanks to my wonderful swap partner!! Sue Lau out did herself!! Thank you so very much

    I am glad you finally received it! icon_biggrin.gif

    I suspect the one you can't read is the package of shashlik seasoning, which is a Russian shish kebab. I would mix some of that seasoning (Not the whole package) in yogurt or an oil-based marinade (oil/lemon juice) with pieces of chicken breast or boneless lamb. From the small print on the label, I can see it contains:
    paprika, minced pepper, tomato powder, coriander, basil, garlic, dried pepper, black pepper, marjoram, dried savory, ground nutmeg, and red pepper spicy.

    I haven't tried it yet either, so let's join hands and jump off the cliff together. Written in Russian, at least we know it's authentic. icon_cool.gif

    Oh, the chiles are New Mexico chiles. For those, toast them in a dry skillet, then break of the stems and get rid of the seeds. Then tear them up into small pieces. From there, you can cook them in a salsa roja (like the salsa roja mix you got) or grind them in a coffee mill for the best chile powder you ever tasted. May I recommend using it in Texas Red Enchilada Sauce? That's one butt-kicking enchilada sauce. And they aren't really hot as such. They are like chopped green chillies (think Rotel) that are allowed to ripen and get red on the plant, which makes for a sweeter taste, then they dry those.

    Just to mention that the ground peri peri IS hot. They are from Africa and are sister chiles to Mexican chiltepins, piquins, and Thai bird chiles, all the same thing, just from different places. Hotter than cayenne but not as hot as habanero, if that helps.


    I can't wait to try, love hot, even hotter. I'll be using some of them when I have my house warming party. Such alot of different ones. You should get your first package today, we rather I had issue with your address my fault.I wrote it down wrong bis problem but taken care of indeed.Guess I was just tired from packig and moving. Anyway you have a second package going out next week. It has a personalized item that I'm still wating on for you
    Tiggrr
    Mon Feb 11, 2013 5:44 pm
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    Wow, looks like you received some great spices. Enjoy. This swap has been so much fun. Made Curry Chicken last night.
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