Gambas al Ajillo with Harissa Honey

Gambas al ajillo is a tapas favorite and a great way to turn a small plate into a meal.  The basics are olive, butter, garlic, and shrimp.  From th...

Pepper Grilled Ribeye and Carrots

You can never have enough flavor in your arsenal when grilling or roasting with single step spices. No mixing, no grinding, just marinate or sprin...

Spicy Saffron & Coriander Crusted Potatoes

Whole coriander and ajowan seeds toast along with the potatoes and offer great texture against the creamy saffron-infused potatoes.

Za'atar Roasted Branzino

Cooking a whole fish seems intimidating for some but is actually super easy, simple, and a great dish to master. Once you figure out the time and t...

Bucatini Amatriciana

Bucatini Amatriciana is on the list of names for my first born.   As with many great Italian dishes, high quality ingredients are very important.  ...

Spicy Sour Pickles

This is a quick little pickle featuring the Sheba blend with cumin, paprika, and cayenne.  It uses only two Persian cucumbers, a little vinegar, an...

Root Vegetable & Date Stew

Rub Adom is fantastic on meats, and here it lends depth to a Middle Eastern twist on beef stew. Comforting and familiar, fresh and interesting.

Shabazi Fried Chicken

Shabazi fried chicken makes you feel like it’s picnic time - sitting outside with dips, salads, breads, drinks, friends, family, and pets.  It’s al...

Harissa Honey

This addictive harissa honey sauce has just enough heat to liven up every bite but sweet and sour enough to keep you coming back for more without y...

La Boîte Fried Chicken

The signature LBFC has arrived, and you can make it a meal by adding Bernise Potatoes, Bread and Butter Pickles, and a jar of Harissa Honey on the ...

Lamb Rice

This recipe from reader Tom Benham uses our Ararat and Izak blends to breathe new life into leftover roast lamb.

Sabich Plate

Sabich is a very popular Israeli street food usually served in a pita. It is made with fried eggplant, hard boiled egg, tahina and amba sauce. Here...