Gourmet Garden Herbs and Spices

July 13, 2015 at 8:13 AM | Posted in spices and herbs | Leave a comment
Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Just wanted to pass a new product I came across at our local Kroger, Gourmet Garden Lightly Dried Herbs. And what fantastic products! I have used the Gourmet Garden Herb and Spices Paste for quite some time. So now they have lightly dried Herbs in a small resealable container that you have to keep refrigerated. I purchased the Parsley, Basil, and Cilantro. A fantastic product to have in your fridge. Below I’ve left info on their products and a link to their website so check them out!

Gourmet Garden Herbs and SpicesGourmet Garden

Our Story
Gourmet Garden loves herbs and spices, we strive to make your everyday cooking easier and more enjoyable.

The farm-to-plate story
Your herbs start their life as a little seed on broad acre farms in Queensland and Victoria. The herbs are cared for, fed and grown organically by our dedicated group of farmers who are truly passionate about producing fresh herbs that are brimming with essential oils, which is the key to unlocking the flavor, aroma and color of herbs. Years of research and work has been invested into finding the optimum conditions and care for each variety of herb. This includes:

* Selecting varieties of herbs that deliver the best flavor and balance of essential oils
* Understanding what time of the day to plant
* Using GPS guided watering and sowing
* Harvesting at the optimal time of day for the peak essential oil yield
* A focus on healthy soil and sustainable organic growing techniques
* A full understanding of optimal crop quality
* Ensuring protected post-harvest storage until it gets to the facility



Lightly Dried
Fantastic To Sprinkle, Rub Or Garnish Your Food. Lightly Dried Is The Closest Thing To Fresh In Appearance, Flavor And Aroma.

Gourmet Garden Lightly Dried Parsley is simply a large bunch of fresh parsley, that has been lightly dried (just Gourmet garden parsleyenough) to last for 4 weeks once opened. Because it is only lightly dried it refreshes in cooking, giving you the closest flavor, appearance and aroma to that of fresh herbs… without the wilt guilt.

Our parsley plants begin life in the fertile Callide Valley in central Queensland and are picked when their essential oils are at their peak. From there they are transported within 18 hours of harvest to our Palmwoods facility where they are washed, chopped and lightly dried before being packed into handy click ‘n stack bowls. Organic with just 4 simple ingredients, what could be better.

Parsley is best added at the end of your cooking and is ideal in Mediterranean dishes: pasta, dressings, soups and chicken.


In cooking use about 2 Tbsp of Lightly Dried Parsley to replace 1 Tbsp of fresh parsley or sprinkle according to your taste!

There is literally no waste with Lightly Dried products since you can recycle or reuse the bowls. Simply pull off the shrink-wrap and use them for any sort of knick knacks.

Find us in the produce aisle near fresh herbs.




Leave a Comment »

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.
Entries and comments feeds.

Our Austintatious Life

A brief glimpse into our modest world.

Of Goats and Greens

Just another food blog

The New Vintage Kitchen

A Vermont innkeeper's collection of classics reimagined for today's kitchen

Wings 'N Ting

One man and his quest for Southampton's best chicken wings

Ferret chef

Ferreting around for the best recipes


Food & Inspiration

Kait's Kitchen

recipes and cooking tips for beginners by a beginner


Delving into the natural gastronomy of italian food

Jennifer Guerrero

the not so starving artist

LaRena's Corner

Variety and food

A Sliver of Life

A harmony of hues, melodies, aromas, flavours and textures that underlies our existence!

Life at the end of a fork

The adventures of two culinary explorers adrift on the high-seas of our great city, London, in search of an edible El Dorado.

Haphazard Homemaker

Keeping it real & finding balance in everyday life


Cleaning for a Brighter Future

Imaginative recipes, growing your own food and loving life!

Growing, cooking and loving food, seasonal fruit and veg, testing recipes.

Dessert Times

Extra! Extra! Eat all about it!

Men Can Make Homes

....and quite well as well !!

La Bella Vita

food, wine, and beautiful living

%d bloggers like this: