Pocket Spice Box – Handmade

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Pocket Spice Box

Pocket Spice Box – Handmade

Pocket Spice Box
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Small Enough to Pack for Any Outing
Sturdy Metal Case with Hinged Lid
Contains Five Great Spices

Have you ever been out on a camping or hiking trip and wished you had something you could use to add a little flair to your trail food? Need a little zing for the food recreated during a reenactment? This Pocket Spice Box is a small tin box (approx 4.5″ x 3.3″ x .9″) that contains five small glass spice bottles. Pick your own five (5) spice combination from the listing below.
Each kit is made to order. Cinnamon sticks can be used by scraping with your knife. The sticks also help keep spices sealed when tin is closed on long treks. (Cinnamon sticks will be wrapped and sealed separately which ordered.) The tin is lined to help protect the glass and keep the tin noise free when in a backpack or purse.

Pick the color of the tin lining. Options are: red, black, white, gray, brown, pink, purple, light blue, green, yellow and orange.

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Example pictured includes: Crushed Red Pepper, Garlic Pepper, Lemon Pepper, Taco Seasoning, Sea Salt and Cinnamon Sticks.

When you place your order pick 5 spices from the following list. Include these in the “Add a Note” section when the order is placed.

Pick 5 (five)

Sea Salt
Taco Seasoning
Lemon Pepper
Garlic Pepper
Crushed Red Pepper
Black Pepper
Cajun Seasoning
Garlic Powder
Ground Cinnamon
Hardin’s Seasoning (Local Favorite)

Remember: When you place your order pick 5 spices from the following list. Include these in the message section along with your order.

Getting Crafty with Dried Herbs

Dried Herbs

Dried Herbs in Glass Vials for Travel or Unique Kitchen Addition Herbal vial (1 vial) in your choice of herbs. Great for teas, aroma therapy, travel, hiking, camping or just a unique addition to your kitchen. Herbs will be packaged when ordered. Order 1 or order several different herbs to build your own traveling herb kit. Vials are 1.5 cm wide and 16 cm long with cork.

Garden Magic – Cilantro to Coriander!


Dried Cilantro

Each spring the cilantro seeds that dropped from the year before sprout around my patio.  It’s been about 10 years since I actually bought and planted the original cilantro, however each year I get another crop from the seeds that dropped the previous year.  This year I decided to gather the cilantro seeds and use them in the kitchen.  Here’s how to save the magic and at the end you’ll have your own homegrown and harvested coriander herb!


Coriander Seed

Let the cilantro go to seed.  After the plants have dried, collect the stems by cutting them right above the ground.  Place the stems carefully into a paper bag so that you can shake off all the seeds (coriander).  If some of the seeds seem to still be a little green they can be dried.  Place the coriander on a shallow baking sheet, preheat the oven to it’s lowest temperature, place the baking sheet into the oven and cut off the oven.

Once completely dry after a few hours place the coriander into an air tight jar and enjoy!  They can also be vacuum sealed in bags if you plan to save them for a later date.  Enjoy!20150731_070645_zpslxpwgwoo