Spices & Herbs


The world of spices can be intimidating, but we will demystify spices and organize them in a way you’ll be inspired to use them.


"I love how Pace breaks down the spice by geographical region. It made it so easy to think about pairings."
- MM

"I really enjoyed this course. Learning and using Pace’s knowledge of spices has elevated my cooking."
- AN

"I love her tips on using leftover herbs. I would have never thought of that. Thank you, Pace!"
- SG

This course is for you if…

You have no idea what to do with your spices.

You’ve never been able to feel inspired in the kitchen.

Your spice rack is hidden away, collecting dust.

Imagine you could…

  • Create a dish using your own spice combinations that actually tastes good!
  • Travel the world in your cooking using spices from other countries.
  • Create a dish using your spice combinations that tastes good.

What You’ll Learn


Introduction to Herbs and Spices

In this lesson, we break down spices by geographical region. Flavors from the same geographical location tend to go well with each other naturally. This will give you the framework to start making ...


Mexican Spices

This spices family seems to be such an easy way to drive a lot of flavor in the most simple things you may already know how to make (i.e., chicken and rice).


Italian Spices

You’ll find that most in this category are actually dried herbs. We’ll go over which ones will go great in most Italian-style meals.


French Spices

Like the Italian and Greek climates, France also uses a lot of dried herbs instead of spices. However, France is a huge melting pot of culture, so don’t rule anything out when it comes to Fre...


Greek Spices

There are more dried herbs than spices in Greek cuisine. Think moderate climate and coastline. The cuisine is simple yet drives a lot of flavors. You will notice some crossover between Greek, Itali...


Middle Eastern Spices

Middle Eastern cuisine is lesser-known in America, so I’m excited to bring these spices to you. You can completely transform a dish you already know how to make well using some of these spice...


Indian Spices

Even if Indian food seems like too far a stretch for your palate or skill level, there is a lot of crossover with the other spices, so you’ll likely find you already have them covered for the...


Asian Spices

Fermented condiments and spicy and salty sauces are prevalent in Asian cuisine, but there are a few key spices to keep on hand.


Fresh Herbs

Fresh herbs are always sold in large bunches, but what to do with the leftovers before they spoil? I’ll show you some clever and delicious ideas to get the most mileage out of your herbs.


Salts and Peppers

You may be thinking, what do I possibly need to know about salt and pepper? Well, there is much more to it and so many more varieties than you think! I’m super passionate about salt and want ...


Staple Spices

Ok, so not ready to go around the world with your spices? I’ve got you covered with my top 8 to start with.


Whole vs. Ground Spices

What’s the real difference? And which type should you buy? We’ll review the basic differences, so you have the guidelines for stocking your pantry based on your usage and preferences.


Seasoning a Steak

With all this talk of seasoning, I thought this would be a perfect place to show you how to season a steak as we do in a restaurant so you can cook restaurant-quality steaks at home.


Organizing Your Spices

Because I typically cook one type of cuisine for a meal (i.e., French or Middle Eastern), I like to have my country’s spices organized. I’ll show you how I do it, so it’s effortle...


Spices & Herbs


The world of spices can be intimidating, but we will demystify spices and organize them in a way you’ll be inspired to use them.


"One of my favorite things to do is combine flavors together to make a new dish. Spices are an integral part of that process, and the list of international spices seems never-ending. Learning about spices is like an international vacation!"

Pace Webb






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Spices & Herbs


The world of spices can be intimidating, but we will demystify spices and organize them in a way you’ll be inspired to use them.