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For the serious cooks among you ... what is your best (on-line) source of herbs and spices please?

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Sludgecolours Mon 13-Nov-17 17:26:22

And any other info about fabulous sources of interesting cooking ingreds gratefully received!

I am putting together some hampers for the serious cooks in my family as Christmas presents this year, and I would also, at the same time, like to buy some really good quality spices for myself too. Any tips or advice would be great!

Mominatrix Mon 13-Nov-17 17:31:56

sous Chef is a great resource for ingredients, cooking equipmentment, and (less so) books.

Orangeplastic Mon 13-Nov-17 21:16:10

Mominatrix - that is an amazing resource indeed! We use Seasoned Pioneers....but I'm very tempted by Sous Chef!

canihaveacoffeeplease Mon 13-Nov-17 22:52:19

I second sous chef for all kinds of random things!

Steenbergs are great for herbs and spices, and spice mountain, who have a shop in borough market, also have an amazing website. Their spices are so good,
Freshly ground and full of flavour.
There’s always something new I need to try!

Sludgecolours Tue 14-Nov-17 06:11:59

Sorry not to get back on here last night!

Really grateful to receive all these recommendations - thank you very much!

Off to have a look at Sous Chef, Seasoned Pioneers and Steenbergs!

Much appreciated!

cdtaylornats Tue 14-Nov-17 08:21:18

Healthy Supplies are good as well.

www.healthysupplies.co.uk/index.php?subframe=basket

doodle01 Tue 14-Nov-17 08:35:12

I read this as serious crooks - on mumsnet OMG

Sludgecolours Tue 14-Nov-17 10:29:27

Thank you, will add Healthy Supplies to the list!

grin Doodle!

Wormulonian Tue 14-Nov-17 14:39:12

Another vote for sous chef. Melbury and Appleton are good too:
www.google.co.uk/search?q=melbury+and+appleton&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&dcr=0&ei=mv8KWpTyC7PHXs6_kqAI

For spices I often Seasoned pioneers if I need blends or something that is hard to source and I'm not making a trip to the "big city" anytime soon.
www.seasonedpioneers.com/

Sludgecolours Tue 14-Nov-17 17:01:44

Thank you for those links Wormulonian!

I haven't had time to check out all of these recommendations for any length of time yet, but when I do, I can see I am going to have to have a strict budget and curb the worst of my impulses! grin

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cdtaylornats Thu 22-Feb-18 20:27:35

www.seasonedpioneers.com/
or
www.healthysupplies.co.uk/index.php?subframe=basket
or
www.souschef.co.uk/ingredients/herbs-spices.html

gethintheway Mon 26-Feb-18 11:20:12

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gc92 Wed 28-Feb-18 11:49:43

I would recommend www.buywholefoodsonline.co.uk/herbs-spices they have a huge range & small and bulk sizes

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