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Olde Westport Spice and Trading Company

23 Jan

I was recently introduced to Olde Westport Spice and Trading Company and I am so glad that I was. I received some products that are truly amazing and lend so much flavor to my cooking that I believe I am hooked. I received the Chili Verde, Chili, Enchilada Soup, Garlic and Mesquite spices to give a try in my kitchen. Now I know some would say that all spices are the same but I am here to tell you that they are NOT!. I love to cook and I do so very often and my spice cabinet looks like a half off sale at any grocery store. I have tried just about every spice there is and I can definitely say these are unique. 10987396_10206340508261782_7061000825985570886_n

I used the Olde Westport Spice and Trading Company Garlic Shake on my petite butterfly steaks just last night. I marinated them in olive oil and Italian seasonings for 4 hours in the fridge. I then placed them in a glass baking dish and added the garlic spice. I covered them with aluminum foil and baked low and slow: 250 degrees for about 4 hours. I took them out of the oven and turned them so both sides could soak up the flavorful juices and they fell apart on my fork they were so tender. I placed one in my plate and cut off a bite that melted like butter in my mouth. The flavor was bold and inviting and added a whole new level to my dinner.   11006449_10206340506261732_1276925658357287901_n

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The entire family was shocked at how tender the meat was and how much flavor it packed. It’s hard to please an entire family at the same time but this one delivered for everyone. I am known as a pretty good cook in my family and although I have never had formal training, I read everything culinary related that I can get my hands on. This hidden secret needs to be shouted from the rooftops. A product that can add this level of flavor and satisfaction is a keeper in this cook’s kitchen! You can even add it to sour cream for an amazing dip or use it as a rub!

The Mesquite Grill spice is just as flavorful and packs a nice smoky punch and I cannot wait until warm weather to try this one on the grill! I used it over chicken breasts that were marinated in Italian dressing and it was another big hit. I have used other mesquite spices int he past and most of them were either lacking in flavor or had an over-powering flavor that left you tasting nothing but the spice. Olde Westport mesquite offers great flavor and texture that allows your meat to be enhanced not over-powered.  I cannot wait to try the rest of the spices as I know they will rev up my dishes as well.

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Online specialty Food Company stands the test of time – Spice Company creates custom spice blends, seasonings and dry soups. Olde Westport Spice & Trading Company is a 33-year-old spice manufacturer that is still going strong. This online company operates a small plant in Goodland, Kansas, and knows a thing or two about spices, seasonings and soups. This family owned and operated company was originally founded in the Kansas City area and has stayed true to its mission of making custom spice blends for main meal dishes and appetizers as well as nearly 20 varieties of dry soups. The products are available online at http://www.oldewestportspice.com; at food-related craft and trade shows throughout the Midwest; and at gift and gourmet food shops. Olde Westport’s spice blends and seasonings include Italian, Cajun, Taco, Fajita, Chili, Jalapeno, Beef Sauce, Salsa, Garlic and many more. All of the products use quality ingredients for a balanced flavor that compliments meats, pastas and vegetables. The company also invented dry soup mixes that are simple and easy to make including Antonio’s Minestrone, Country-Style Creamy Potato, Chipotle Black Bean, Creamy Broccoli and Cheese, Kansas City Steak & Ale, Gold Coast Garlic Pasta Alfredo, Mesa Flats Chicken Enchilada, New Orleans Red Bean & Rice, Southwestern Tortilla, White Chili Soup and more. Olde Westport Spice and Trading Co. is owned and operated by Bill and Judy Petersen, who along with their daughter, Ann Myers, also own and run a restaurant (Westport Grill) in Goodland featuring the products. Bill first custom created all of the spices and seasonings in the kitchen of his home. Today the company has a manufacturing facility where Bill still researches and develops new recipes and dishes for future products. For more information or to place an order, please visit http://www.oldewestportspice.com or call 1-800-537-6470.

CHAMPIONSHIP CHILI SPICE BLEND – This championship spice has helped chili creators win 12 state and national championships throughout the years and all over the US! But what is most important to us about our Olde Westport Chili Spice Blend is that our customers love to use it in their chili whether it’s for a national championship cook-off challenge or simply for their own family in their cozy kitchen on a cold winter’s night. We’ve heard from countless customers that our attention to detail and quality is what makes this chili spice blend stand out above the competitors. We know you might put beans in your chili or maybe you add apples and sausage or perhaps you have a special recipe that is top-secret but starts with thick-cut bacon… however you concoct your chili we hope you’ll try our chili spice blend.

GOLD COAST GARLIC SHAKE – Gold Coast Garlic Shake spice blend is truly one of those special blends of garlic, herbs and spices that our customers use in sour cream dips, sprinkle over steamed vegetables, fresh vegetables from your garden, garlic mashed potatoes or steak on the grill. There are more than 50 recipes in the Olde Westport Gold Coast Garlic Cookbook that will give you lots of ideas for quick simple meals with that high-end restaurant flavor. A garlic experience you will never forget. Check out the Olde Westport web site for a few recipes and placing orders.

 

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1 Comment

Posted by on January 23, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “Olde Westport Spice and Trading Company

  1. kk

    February 21, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    I will be heading over to look around. I love trying new spices types so much

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