One of the secrets to great cooking is great spices. Whether you’re cooking with top-of-the-line or budget ingredients, meals are only as good as their seasonings. If you’re looking for some fresh, new flavors or just some staples for your spice cabinet, Spice Bouquet is your one-stop shop right here in Kinston.
Spice Up Your Cooking
Spice Bouquet was started by Frank Crowley in 1984 in Ronkonkoma, New York. In 2003, Frank moved the business to Kinston, North Carolina, and has been operating it ever since. When you stop by the shop, you can be sure you’re buying quality products made from pure ingredients. Take a look at their selection of spices, herbs, seeds, seasonings, and rubs. You’ll be making delicious dishes at home in no time! Spice Bouquet has more than 100 options to choose from, and you can shop online, too.
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If you need a little guidance on how to use some of Spice Bouquet’s products or are just looking for a fun day out, take a look at their cooking classes. All the classes are demonstration style, so you’ll just sit back and enjoy watching the pros do the cooking.
Each class has a full menu set ahead of time. Most classes include a full salad, pita bread appetizers, chicken cutlet and salmon samplers, a full entrée with side dishes, a dessert, and drinks including sweet tea, water, and specially seasoned hot coffee.
At the class, you’ll enjoy demonstrations of cooking with expert tips and tricks you can use in your home kitchen. You’ll also get a full meal and a packet that includes the recipes for everything served during the class.
And the best part? The cost of attendance is only $20 per person. And that includes all the food!
If you’re just looking for some inspiration before your class is scheduled, check out the recipe section of Spice Bouquet’s website. You’ll find some really tasty options you can try out at home.
You can find Spice Bouquet at 1200 US Highway 70 East, Kinston. If you’re using a GPS, it may recognize New Bern Road, another name for Highway 70. The store is open from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays. They’re closed on Sundays.