2.2 OZ/ 62.4 g
Known as the “King of Spices,” pepper is one of the oldest and most popular spices in the world. Once considered more valuable than gold and often used to pay taxes, dowries or ransoms. The Romans extravagantly used it to spice their foods, thus becoming a status symbol of fine cuisine in Europe. Goes well with many Southeast Asian stir-fry dishes, grilled meats, soups and curries. Add to Jamaican goat curries and jerk dishes. Complements French charcuterie dishes, cold cuts and pates.