Savory Spice NC Living Gift Set Give Away!

AND THE WINNER IS: Jennifer Bober Duran! Congratulations, Jennifer! (posted 12:00am 2/17/2013). Jennifer, look for an email asking for your mailing address.

Thank you to all of you who took the time to comment. We had fun reading all the great ideas for use of the spices in this Gift Set.

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Savory Spice Shop and I are partnering on a NC Living Gift Set give away of four spice blends, including two of their newest: Carolina High Country BBQ rub and Cape Hatteras Seafood rub.

Savory Spice Rubs

The set contains 4 different spice blends and will be shipped (*contiguous United States) to the winner directly from Savory Spice’s Lafayette Village (Raleigh) shop.

Savory Spice Gift Set

What’s in the box:

Savory Spice co-owner Cindy Jones says, “North Carolina is recognized for tangy barbecue and a bounty of sweet potatoes, strawberries and Scuppermong grapes. Folks enjoy tasty shrimp and grits and an array of fried foods like catfish, pies and even cornbread.” This set ($28 retail value) has been put together with North Carolina cuisine in mind.

  • Carolina High Country BBQ Rub: Our version of this Carolina classic is great on pork, brisket and chicken. Also give it a sprinkly on corn, vegetables and potatoes. Use it to add zip to BBQ and pizza sauces.
  • Park Hill Maple & Spice Pepper: Try sprinkling on sweet potatoes, pork chips, chicken and more.
  • Cape Hatteras Smoked Seafood Seasoning: We smoke and grind our version of Carolina Shrimp & Crab boil pperfect for seafood and veggies. Try it to spice up your next fixh or chicken batter
  • Baking Spice: The perfect addition to grape butter or accompaniment to blueberries or peaches whether you’re making cobbler, pancakes or muffins.

If you’re in the Raleigh area, Cindy invites you to stop in and taste the two new rubs, as well as any other aromatic herbs, spices, or seasonings that might intrigue you.

How to enter the drawing:

All you have to do is 1) comment on this post AND 2) Savory Spice Shop Raleigh’s Facebook Page, sharing your ideas for how you’d use one or more of the spices in the Gift Set. Comments can be different or exactly the same in both places.

Winner Announced:

We’re running the give away for two weeks, so the winner will be drawn randomly and announced by midnight on Friday, February 15th. Bookmark Savory Spice Shop’s Facebook Page and this post and check back to see if you’ve won.

Another great way to keep up with the latest in NC and SC culinary happenings is by liking the Carolina Epicurean Facebook Page.

Savory Spice Shop (http://www.savoryspiceshop.com/north-carolina/raleigh-lafayette-village.html)
8470 Honeycutt Road
Suite 108 @ Lafayette Village
Raleigh, N.C. 27615
919.900.8291
919.847.5279fax
919.422.6222 mobile
cindyjones1@me.com
raleigh@savoryspiceshop.com

26 Responses to Savory Spice NC Living Gift Set Give Away!

  1. Kerry says:

    Grape butter?? Now I want THAT recipe!! I’d love to know if the Spice Shop shares recipes to go along with their spices…off to check!

  2. Kathy says:

    I would put the maple spice pepper on my bacon before I put it in the oven to bake….sounds like heaven :)

  3. use the baking spices to make a Carolina Brulee…..

  4. Robin says:

    I’d use the baking spices in my oatmeal creme pies

  5. Louis says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Deanna says:

    I would use the baking spice in my peach cobbler and the seafood spice on our awesome pan seared local flounder!

  7. Mary Winchester says:

    I would love to try the Carolina High Country BBQ Rub sprinkled on my BBQ chicken pizza that my husband bakes in our Big Green Egg grill! And the baking spice I would think would go well with my cranberry pecan muffins!

  8. Robin C. says:

    I also would like to know what is grape butter?

    • Good Question, Robin. I’d like to know the answer to that one, too. Post your question on Savory Spice Shop Raleigh’s Facebook Page.If you don’t get an answer that way, we can email Cindy at the shop.

  9. Cindy Jones says:

    Here’s a recipe for grape butter:http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/06/preserving-grapes-a-recipe-for-spiced-grape-butter/ of course, if you win our NC LIVING GIFT SET, you’ll just use the BAKING SPICE in place of the individual spices listed in the recipe. It is divine.

  10. rachel says:

    I’d use the BBQ rub for my chicken chili recipe!

  11. deb czerwiec says:

    I love the sharing of recipes between sites. Have learned so much! You guys make me hungry all the time.

  12. Cindy Cole says:

    I love using on my squash the Park Hill Maple and Pepper Spice

  13. Rob says:

    I’d use the BBQ on a hickory smoked pork shoulder!

  14. I’d try the smoked seafood seasoning on popcorn, and definitely in some shrimp and grits!

  15. Jamie says:

    I already use their baking spice when making homemade spice cakes! It add the best flavor and always causes my family to ask, “What do you put in this to make it so good?”

  16. they all sound good for ANY PORK PRODUCT. WOW MAPLE ON BACON OR A PORK TENDERLOIN, GREAT FOR SEAFOOD AS WELL.

  17. Kathy says:

    Entering again with a new thought…I will put the NC BBQ rub on my New Years day pork roast. It is a Pittsburgh tradition, but this will give it a southern flair!

  18. Marissa McNeese says:

    My husband got a new smoker. Would love to try the BBQ rub on our first smoked pork butt!

  19. Julie says:

    yum! can’t wait to try it! good to see you both partnering on this

  20. Leah says:

    I was just going to write we have a smoker and love to try different rubs- would love to try these. yummy!

  21. sarah mcwilliams says:

    I’d love to win this. I miss the taste of home :-( I’d use the baking spice to make a peach cake!

  22. fnfkathy says:

    This looks like a recipe development box! BBQ Chicken salad or appetizer bites, Dark chocolate truffles with Maple & Spice Pepper, Cape Hatteras Smoked Seafood Seasoning sounds like it could rim a cocktail glass at the beach before cooking that catch of the day and baking spice, well maybe a lemon chicken over rice seasoned with baking spice and some fresh baby peas! Sounds like dinner is ready! Bye!