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Since our founding in 2010, we've built relationships with local grill masters, southern smoking champions, renowned chefs, and home cooks from Maine to Oregon. We love to learn how cooks of every skill level can use our products to bring delicious meals to their dinner table! Check out our wide variety of recipes, organized on our blog into categories for ease of searching.

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Wordhouse Wow Vinaigrette


So tonight we made a lovely, light, vinaigrette using Wordhouse Wow.  This is such a flavorful blend made with Granulated garlic, lemon white pepper, parsley flakes, tarragon and chervil.


This is one of our favorite all-purpose herbal seasoning blend for vegetables, fish, chicken, eggs, dipping oils, and salads. Use as a base for marinades, get creative! As in all herbal blends it helps to crumble in your hand prior to use to release natural oils. 


A nice cold glass of Pinot Grigio pair beautifully with this salad.


Wine & Spice Makes Everything Nice!


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Grilled Pork Chops with a Peach Mustard Sauce


Pork with fruit goes together so well. This dish has a wonderful blend of fresh peaches and mustard that makes the sauce so good. The pork is flavored perfectly using Pontiac Trail Pig Powder. So juicy, flavorful and plain delicious!


Pontiac Trail Pig Powder is hand blended with brown sugar, Kosher salt, California paprika, marjoram, sea salt, garlic powder, onion powder, yellow mustard, grains of paradise, sugar, chili powder, black pepper, rosemary, brown mustard, clove and allspice. It is fantastic on baby back ribs, roasts, tenderloin and chicken too!  


A cold IPA goes very well with this dish.


Wine & Spice Makes Everything Nice!


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