I have quite a collection,and don't want anything thing that's too close, even though I know the collaboration with Eric Ripert is unique.
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Here's a list of each spice blend -- they are beautiful. I tried them with Eric and Lior and they brought back memories of France.
Sel d'Antibes (Salt, Bergamot, Herbs)
Riviera Herbs (Oregano, Mint and Wild Herbs)
Le Poivre (Espelette, Black Pepper and Spices)
Simpler is better (especially when you're sweaty).
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