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Fleur De Sel is known as the caviar of salts and widely believed by professional chefs to be the best salt available.

Fleur De Sel  Gourmet Salt
 
Fleur De Sel is known as the caviar of salts and widely believed by professional chefs to be the best salt available.
Also Known as: Fleur De Sal, French Sea Salt, Fleur De Sel Salt or Flower of Salt Full flavored, yet perfectly enhances the main flavors of any recipe with great gourmet taste and aroma.
Ingredients: Fleur De Sel
Use as a finishing salt instead of boring old table salt to liven up any meal.
You can substitute it for Chardonnay Smoked Fleur De Sel, Maldon Sea Salt, Sel Gris Sea Salt Fine, Smoked Kosher Salt and Murray River Salt or Himalayan Pink Salt
1 oz. resealable pkg.  $4.99
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Black Garlic Powder Organic is the Gourmet Cook's choice . Order yours today.


Black Garlic Powder Organic


At Home Farm Herbery we have perfected the fermentation of our Gourmet Black Garlic Powder to our satisfaction and we have created a complex and rich flavor that is a perfect combination of sweet and savory taste and aroma with tangy garlic undertones.
Black Garlic Powder is also Known as: Fermented Black Garlic Powder or Fermented American Garlic Powder

Ingredients: Fermented American Garlic Powder

You can use this Black Garlic Powder anywhere you would use traditional Garlic Powder or Black Garlic Whole. Black Garlic Powder adds complexity and deep rich flavor to every dish and lacks the pungent odor of traditional garlic!

It may be substituted for Black Garlic Whole, Garlic Powder Granulated, Garlic Powder Pure, Garlic Salt, Garlic Minced Pieces and Garlic Pepper Rub.

Did you know that when Black Garlic is fermented which helps break down the compounds that cause "garlic breath"?


1 oz. Sampler resealable bag $8.95 and it comes with free shipping within the continental US plus a free, complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice.
 

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
 
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Fennel Seeds Organic are one of the most interesting herbs to cook with.


Fennel Seeds Organic

 


At Home Farm Herbery we love Fennel and once we have had our fill we let it go to seed and we can then share this organic, heirloom Culinary Fennel Seed with our customers.

Fennel Seed is also known as: Common Fennel or Sweet Cumin and our Fennel Seed is similar to Anise Seed with a sweet and delicate taste and aroma.

Ingredients: Fennel Seeds
We use it on fish, in sausage, liquors, baking, breads and cakes and it is a great substitute for Flax Seed, Fennel Powder, Fennel Pollen, Anise Seed, Cumin, Dill Weed, Caraway Seeds, Mahlab Seeds Whole or Fennel Seed Powder

Did you know that Fennel seed is supposed to function as an effective insect repellent in certain forms?

1 oz. Sampler resealable bag $5.95

4 oz. resealable package is $8.95

8 oz. resealable package is $15.98

16 oz. resealable package is $31.95

All orders come with free shipping within the continental US plus a free, complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice.

We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


 

Fennel Powder Organic is a must in every good cook's pantry

Fennel Powder Organic
 
At Home Farm Herbery we love Fennel and we have been able to create an Organic Fennel Powder that has a taste and aroma that is similar to the sweet and delicacy of Anise Seed.
Fennel Powder is also known as Fennel Seed Ground, Common Fennel or Sweet Cumin Ingredients: Fennel Powder We use it on fish, in our sausage blends, liquors, baking, breads and cakes. It is a fine substitute for  Fennel Powder, Fennel Pollen, Caraway Powder, Anise Seed, Cumin, Dill Weed, Mahlab Powder Whole or Caraway Powder Like Fennel Seed,  Fennel powder is supposed to function as an effective insect repellent in certain forms.
1 oz. Sampler resealable bag $4.95
4 oz. resealable package is $8.95
 8 oz. resealable package is $15.98
16 oz. resealable package is $29.95
All orders come with free shipping within the continental US plus a free, complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice.
We thank you in advance for your purchase as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
 

Marjoram, the unappreciated herb! Plus 2 new recipes

Marjoram, the unappreciated herb!  


Originating in the hot climates of North Africa, Turkey and southwest Asia, sweet marjoram is now also cultivated in the Mediterranean, Central and Eastern Europe. It belongs to the mint family with other more common herbs – basil, mint, oregano and sage and these are all easy to grow.

Every good cook should have some pots of them on their window sill or outside their kitchen door in a kitchen garden..   What is interesting is that all marjoram is oreganos, but not all oreganos are marjoram. This is perhaps why some people view the two herbs as interchangeable.   However, each imparts a distinctive flavor to foods.   The grassy, lemony taste of fresh marjoram goes well with white bean salads, fresh vegetables, delicate fish, and tomato sauce.

At Home Farm Herbery we use it to make pesto, we add to our famous Bouquet Garni and we even mix in a compound butter. Why not let marjoram breathe new life into your standard roasted chicken and baby potatoes. It is so easy!   Although fresh herbs are given top billing on many menus, dried herbs have their place, too. We love the fact that marjoram dries particularly well, keeping its fragrance better than many other herbs.

So we dry lots of our organic marjoram at Home Farm Herbery. Many of our customers including ourselves use for hearty meals like venison ragout or stew with cabbage and potatoes. Dried marjoram is also used as a main ingredient in the Jordanian seasoning blend Za’atar and in the German dried sausage herb called Wurstkraut.  

The more you play around with marjoram, the more it will begin to haunt your taste buds and bug you to find new ways to use it. When you create a recipe send it to us with a good jpeg picture and we will make you our favorite chef of the month.

Applewood Smoked Sea Salt Pork Ribs  



Ingredients:
• Rack of pork ribs
• 2 Tablespoons Applewood smoked sea salt

Preparation:

Take the meat out and bring to room temperature before cooking. Rinse off the pork and place on a large tray. Blot with paper towels to dry the meat.

Sprinkle one tablespoon of the Applewood smoked sea salt over each side of the meat.

Meanwhile, bring your grill up to high heat. Keep on high heat for 15 minutes. Place the ribs on the grill and cook on high heat for 4 minutes on each side.

This creates a nice crust on the outside of the meat, adding flavor. Once seared, move the meat to the top rack if possible. Cooking over indirect heat will make the ribs very tender. Bring to the heat down to the lowest setting. You may have to turn off one burner. The heat should be about 250 degrees. Continue to slow cook the ribs until the meat reaches 165 degrees. It may take 45 minutes to 2 hours depending on your meat. When the temperature is reached, remove from the grill and cover with foil. Let the meat rest for an additional 15 minutes before serving. This helps to redistribute the juices throughout the meat, and finish the cooking.

Serve immediately! Serves 3 to 4 adults.  

Black Garlic Knots Recipe  

Prized for its anti-oxidative qualities, black garlic is a sweeter, less pungent, fermented version of the young garlic that we use in everyday cooking. The following recipe is a twist on the classic garlic knot, found in pizzerias, using both young and fermented garlic cloves.

Ingredients: 14 ounces store bought pizza dough
All-purpose flour (for dusting)
½ cup extra virgin olive oil+ extra for brushing
2 tbsp. Home Farm Herbery Dried Parsley
4 cloves garlic, finely grated or minced 3-4 cloves garlic, minced
¼ teaspoon fleur de sel salt
1 tsp. of Home Farm Herbery Black Garlic Powder.
¼ teaspoon freshly crushed black pepper

Preparation:

1. Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius).
2. On a well floured surface, pat pizza dough into a 7x1 inch rectangle.
3. Cut dough, widthwise, into one inch strips.
4. Cut rectangle down the center, lengthwise.
5. Lightly stretch one section of dough until long enough to tie into a knot.
6. Tie strip of dough into a knot and pinch loose ends together on the underside of the knot.
7. Place each knot, pinched side down, on a parchment lined baking sheet.
8. Repeat previous 3 steps for each section of dough.
9. Brush tops of garlic knots with olive oil and bake on center rack of oven until lightly browned.
10. Meanwhile, in a medium sized bowl, whisk ½ cup extra virgin olive oil with chopped parsley, minced garlic, Home Farm Herbery Black Garlic Powder, fleur de sel and pepper.
11. Allow knots to cool on baking sheet for ten minutes, once removed from oven,
12. While knots are still warm, roll in garlic/ oil mixture, then enjoy!  

P.S. These are soooooo good!

 
 
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