La Boîte Tower of 3: No. 41 Lula + No. 5 Breeze + No. 11 Cancale
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Known as the spice master to the stars, Lior has forged his own Silk Road from the streets of Manhattan.
A spice set that will take you through the whole meal: sprinkle Breeze on ricotta to start, use Lula on any grilled main, and finish it all off with Cancale-dusted chocolate chip cookies.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Tea, anise, lemon (Breeze) / Fleur de Sel, orange, fennel (Cancale) / seaweed, coriander, fennel seeds, salt (Lula)
2 ounces (Breeze) / 2.75 ounces (Cancale) / 2 ounces (Lula)
Care & Notes -
Keep the lid closed and store at room temperature.
Meet the Maker
New York, NY
Founded by former chef Lior Lev Sercarz (our Food52 spice expert), La Boîte à Epice, located in New York City, is a spice lab unlike any other. Sourcing herbs and spices from all over the world, Lior creates blends that have earned him a spot on many chefs’ speed-dials: Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert, and Marc Forgione all spice up their signature dishes with Lior’s masterful blends.View Full Profile
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