This Italian seasoning is a blend of Garlic, Rosemary and Cracked Pepper. This spice blend is great as a dry rub on meats or sprinkled on pizza.
Steve and I worked in the same office, but on different projects. He heard a lot of people talk about the Italian seasoning blend they’d tried that was so much better than the grocery store version. It took him years to find it, but finally he did.
He wanted to share it with friends. He wanted to share it with everyone. So we started Italian Seasoning Club.
It’s been a long road, but we have perfected our recipes and sourced the highest quality ingredients. We use fresh garlic and cracked black pepper because they taste better than powder. We make everything by hand in small batches so that every batch is perfect.
Italians do it better. And that goes for everything from cars to food. So if you want to make your dishes taste like they came from the Mediterranean, we have the spice blends for you.
Pepper and garlic are a classic match, but add rosemary and it’s heaven. Best thing about this blend is it’s good on anything. We don’t recommend eating it on its own, but you could. If you’re brave enough.
If you’ve ever been to the supermarket to buy Italian spices and wondered how to pick the right blend, look no further. You’ve found it!
Our Italian seasoning is an aromatic blend of spices with flavors of garlic, red pepper, basil, rosemary and oregano. Use it as a finishing spice on pasta and pizza, or as a rub for grilled meats such as steak or chicken. Sprinkle it on vegetables like asparagus or artichokes before roasting. Add depth to sandwiches, soups and sauces.
The Italian seasoning from The Spice House is made from only the freshest herbs and spices to ensure the best quality (You can smell the freshness when you open the jar!). We do not add sugar or salt (which many other brands do). You simply cannot find a better Italian spice blend anywhere!
Salt, Spices (Including Black Pepper, Rosemary, Garlic), Onion, Bell Pepper, Parsley, And Citric Acid.
Contains Corn and Its Derivatives.
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We are a family of cooks.
Our grandfather opened a small grocery store almost 60 years ago in the heart of the historic Italian Market. His passion for food was passed to us, and we have now opened the doors to our own retail store on 9th Street in Philadelphia, where we share our favorite ingredients with you.
We offer an ever-expanding array of spices, sauces and olive oils from around the world, as well as artisan cheeses and cured meats.
Italian seasoning is a mixture of dried herbs and spices originating in Italy. It usually consists of dried basil, oregano, and rosemary, with smaller amounts of other dried herbs such as marjoram, thyme and sage. The blending ratio varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, or by personal preference. It can be used as an all-purpose seasoning for Italian dishes such as pasta, pizza and salads.