Pollen Ranch - Your Food at Home Just Got Restaurant Worthy10:01 am
As a restaurant reviewer, I am privy to food trends often well before the public, based simply on the fact that eating out every week, I see what ingredients and dishes are making their way onto menus in the city. You probably are aware of many of them soon after I am - Korean tacos, Neapolitan pizza - but there are some that are more subtle that probably won't make the foodie pages as quickly such as grilled caesar salads and fennel and dill pollen.
Dill Pollen, you'll notice, has a much stronger, intense dill taste than the herb, so after you've sprinkled this on your salmon, you'll find it hard to go back to plain ol' dill.
Be sure to get some of Pollen Ranch's phenomenal seasoning blends while you're expanding your spice options.
My favourite is Zen-Sational, because it's like nothing else I've ever tasted. It's so enveloping and enticing that now I feel like my veg are blah without it. At Thanksgiving, I topped roasted carrots done in honey with it and quite honestly, it was one of the best dishes I've ever had - and that was just at home in my little ol' kitchen! It's because of the ingredients and the way they blend and interact with one another:Pollen Ranch Fennel Pollen, Sumac, Sesame Seeds, Orange Peel, Ginger, Fleur de Sel (Sea Salt), Yellow Curry, Savory Leaf and Cayenne.