SPICED PEPPER GRINDERS 


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CHILLI & GINGER PEPPER
(aka Umzimvubu) 

Black pepper with its best flavour allies - chilli and ginger. Enchants tomato dishes like salsas with fresh, and sundried tomatoes, also pasta sauces and slow-cooked tomato, lamb and onion braises. Brings out the best in beef, game-fish and vegetable stir-fries.

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GINGER & CHILLI PEPPER
(aka Mozambique)

Ginger puts an energetic buzz under chilli and black pepper. It is the ‘secret ingredient’ that make tomatoes shine - think fresh, roast, sundried, semi-sec and made into a pesto... Or enchant Mexican, Spanish, North African and Indian dishes.

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LEMON PEPPER
(aka Swahili Lemon Pepper)

This is the ‘friendship’ blend. The story goes that one should only serve it to guests you would like to see again soon (and often). Some claim it may even win over hostile in-laws...

Lemon Pepper loves butter and green veg - even ditsy little green beans!

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ORANGE PEPPER
(aka Orenji)

Orange is the 'sunshine' buddy of black pepper and together they're flavour-friends with chicken, duck, salad with tomato, butternut, feta and mustard-dressing, also Middle Eastern dishes with chick peas and sesame/ mint/ pomegranate flavours.

Vegivores love Orange Pepper!

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GARLIC PEPPER
(aka Madagascar)

Enjoy on flame grilled crab and crustaceans with caper butter and a squeeze of lemon.

It does great things for pan-fried potatoes, pasta, peas, green beans, zucchini, aubergine and tomatoes - it loves tomatoes!

A forever favourite with all kinds of cooks.

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RAINBOW PEPPER
(aka Victoria Falls)

A rainbow of fragrant, pepper- pleasure! The combination is so, so much more than the sum of its parts.

Black pepper brings fragrant base notes, white pepper, the light, dusty notes, green pepper, the mossy earthiness and red pepper berries bring lively "buzzy-ness". Together they are pure pepper delight.

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TOMATO PEPPER
(aka Kariba)

Tomato Pepper with these flavour-friends make savoury foods taste saltier without adding extra salt - a good thing indeed!

It energises fresh tomato salads - think lusciously ripe tomatoes with Italian cheeses, basil and pine nuts with olive oil. Boosts tomato sauces, pastas, pulses and ragu - and it absolutely loves grilled cheese and omelettes. Excellent on beef - grilled, fried, slow-cooked and pot roast.

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WHITE & GREEN PEPPER
(aka Cape Garden Herbs)

White and Green peppercorns with a few gree herbs, are gently peppery and much more inclined to let the flavours of the food shine. Prepare for a complete delight of green and peppery aromatics.

The super-power of White & Green Peppercorns with Green Herbs, is that it does wonderful things for potatoes - fried, mashed, baked or boiled...

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DAY & NIGHT
(aka Salt & Pepper - Maasai)

Salt that lives with pepper is very fortunate. As pepper ages, some of the flavour-oils evaporate. It is these oils that the salt absorbs.

Ideal table condiment - salt and pepper in perfect proportion - irresistable!

"Day & Night " = 70% Salt & 30% Pepper.
"Night & Day" = 55% Pepper & 45% Salt.

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NIGHT & DAY
(Pepper & Salt) 

Salt that lives with pepper is very fortunate! As pepper ages, some of the flavour-oils evaporate. It is these oils that the salt absorbs.

Ideal table condiment - salt and pepper in perfect proportion - irresistable!

"Day & Night " = 70% Salt & 30% Pepper.
"Night & Day" = 55% Pepper & 45% Salt.

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BLACK PEPPER
(aka Cote D'Ivoire) 

Pepper is precious. A famous chef once said that black pepper - particularly freshly ground black pepper - is perfume for food. Black pepper shines when the flavour is layered in - add some during cooking and a bit just before serving. ‘Pop’ the flavour with a bit of acid (lime or vinegar), and salt. Excellent on beef, game fish, veg, tomatoes, avocados and strawberries with thick cream and lime & pepper sorbet.

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