Holiday Dinner the British Way
Change up your dinner table this holiday season by doing your meal British style! Shop our Christmas dinner section to find yourself some proper British ingredients Appetizers Create a delectable charcuterie board featuring meats like prosciutto, mortadella, and soppressata and cheeses like sharp cheddar, wensleydale, and brie. Serve with Jacobs Savory Biscuits presented in a… Continue readingbeef, Biscuits, Bisto, british, caledonian kitchen, charcuterie, cheese, Christmas, dinner, Food, Gravy, haggis, Holiday, Holidays, Jacobs, lamb, onion, paxo, pigs in a blanket, potato, pureety, sage, sausages, scottish, seasonings, spiceology, Spices, stuffing, Thanksgiving
Roasted Holiday Brussel Sprouts
As a kid, I absolutely HATED brussel sprouts. They were always boiled and they tasted gross. Some melted butter and a bit of salt and they were slightly more tolerable but still nasty. They were demonized in 90s television so I felt I wasn’t alone in my hatred of brussel sprouts. Enter the roasted brussel… Continue reading
The Christmas Shop is Open!
Our Christmas shop is open for the season! Prepare for the holiday season and get ahead of your Christmas shopping by getting your Christmas goodies and tea now! Here’s what’s in store for the 2021 holiday season: Christmas candy is the most popular category in Christmas. Even if the recipient doesn’t like chocolate, there’s still… Continue reading
Crazy for Cranberry
In my previous post I talked about the popularity of pumpkin. We all know how much it’s popularity has skyrocketed over the last decade but today we will discuss the lesser known seasonal taste, the cranberry. The cranberry (vaccinium macrocarpon) is one of the very few fruits native to North America. They’re usually cultivated in… Continue reading
For the Love of Fruit Cake! 🍰
The Original Cake Co. is based out of Lincoln, UK and they pride their expertise in making some of the most delicious homemade fruit cakes in Britain. They typically sell to individual retailers in the UK but we are fortunate enough to be able to sell them to you here in United States. If you… Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Everyone associates St. Patrick’s Day with wearing green but it’s much more than that. Over the years, I have learned there are more ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s. Being an American, I have only seen people wear green, go to parties, and hold parades in the news. It wasn’t until recent years I found out… Continue reading
Saint Valentine’s Day
January has come and gone and everything seems to have returned to normal after the holiday excitement. Christmas lights are down and there is a chill in the air. Everything seems blue but one thing that is around the corner will definitely warm your heart. Valentine’s Day. As much as people say that Valentine’s Day… Continue reading
You might have taken a look at your calendar and have seen the words “Groundhog Day” gracing the February 2nd spot. Groundhog day is an important day for many, especially the people who are dealing with cold weather. California doesn’t have too many groundhogs that I know of (plenty of gophers in my area), so… Continue reading
Holiday Tea Time — Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is once again upon us. And tea is an important part of this annual gathering of kith and kin. No matter what you traditionally serve in your house, there is a tea that is perfect to go with it. Flavored teas are especially welcome at such times, and not just any flavors but typical… Continue reading
ETS Pumpkin Spice Scones – product review
I brought home a package of our Pumpkin Spice Scone mix for the weekend, with the promise of baking them and bringing them to our merchandising meeting. These are the kind where you just add water. For comparison, I also baked a batch of regular scones. The instructions on the pumpkin spice were easy to follow… Continue reading
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