Seasonal Spices is Like Netflix For, uh, Salt and Pepper and Stuff

By: Lawrence Bonk

How many times has this happened to you? You are following along with some recipe when you realize you lack a critical spicing component. You finish the dish as is, and it still gets its share of compliments, but all throughout dinner you can't help but wonder about the meal that wasn't. Maybe this new web service can help cure that longing. Well, that and talk therapy.

Introducing Seasonal Spices, a Netflix of sorts for your spice rack. Each month they'll send you a series of spices that fit what season you are currently living through. For instance, if it's November, you can expect fresh nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. All of the perfect accoutrements for pumpkin pie and hot buttered rum will be at your disposal.

It will cost you around $6 a month, which is cheaper than Netflix Instant (but is auspiciously devoid of episodes of Breaking Bad.) They aren't up and running yet, but have a Kickstarter in place which has already achieved its funding goal.

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