OK I might have to expand the scope of this blog. There are just too many fun, cool, and yummy food topics that I must write about!
The most recent is a Schilling spice website that redefines “old spice.” You can enter a code from the bottom of your spice jars to find out how old they are. Oh sure, just like cosmetics no matter the age they’ll probably tell you they’re too old. But as I happen to know some certain someones with spices manufactured in the 1900s, it could be very entertaining.
So grab your spices and check their age! Report back any pre-Columbian findings here please.