Spice up your meals and menus with Partie De Moi’s range of artisan spice blends.
From the rugged North Coast of Northern Ireland to Europe and North America, Partie De Moi’s range of artisan spice blends add flavours to bring meals to life, create stunning cakes, desserts and much more.
Created by Stephanie Neumann-Flynn, the spice range has been developed from a passion for baking and cooking. Stephanie had been adding her own blends of spices for years before bringing her experience to the market.
The core Artisan Pumpkin Spice was developed first, using Ceylon cinnamon, ginger, cloves, allspice, nutmeg, vanilla and cardamom. Like all her blends the spices are gently roasted to release flavours and natural oils, before grinding, making them burst into life when added to recipes.
Nothing is added to the blends such as fillers, flour, salt or sugar, and unlike supermarket pre-ground spices all are fresh. They are also vegan and come in sachets that pack a punch with flavour so a little goes a long way.
Stephanie’s Artisan Winter Spice is loosely based on the German Lebkuchengewurz, a cookie spice blend, a taste she had experienced while growing up in Belgium, from where she and her parents frequently went to the traditional German winter and Christmas markets. It contains nine high-quality spices that are gently toasted, ground and then blended together in a secret recipe.
Partie De Moi’s Atlantic Everything’s Seasoning draws from the United States and uses Mussenden Sea Salt, to bring a taste of the Atlantic Ocean to your cuisine. Toasted black and white sesame seeds, poppy seeds, garlic and onion flakes add crunch, texture and a nutty flavour to countless savoury dishes. It is a perfect accompaniment to popcorn, noodles and much more, as well as being versatile enough for bread and dough recipes.
Stephanie’s latest product is Artisan Sugar and Spice, a blend of rich, warming spices and sweet, almost caramel tasting sugar which gives an end product that is both versatile and ready to use in any cuisine.
To help with ideas on how to use the blends Stephanie has a range of recipes on her website and notes in product details to help out home cooks.