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Steamed Corn

Spice the SeaKatriel MenendezComment

Summer is here and with it delicious corn. Here is a recipe of a side dish that is really easy to make with a couple ingredients: steamed corn with Spice the Sea.


  • Corn 1 ea. per person

  • Spice the Sea 1 tsp. per corn cob

  • Butter 1 tsp. per corn cob


Heat up a pot with water and salt (always 1% of salt is the measurement).

When the water is hot, add the corn and boil until tender.

Take out the corn from the pot, apply some butter and sprinkle the seasoning on top.

Another way:

After the corn is cooked, heat up a pan, put butter and the spices. Add the steamed corn and caramelize for 2 minutes, moving the pan back and forth.

Plate the corn and enjoy by itself or with your favorite meal.

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Roasted Duck

Patagonia MixKatriel MenendezComment

Roasting a whole duck is not easy but it is worth it. It is so delicious, the smell is incredible, then you can not stop eating it.


  • Whole Duck

  • Soy Sauce 1 cup

  • Patagonia Mix 4 tbsp.

  • Oranges 2 ea (zest and juice)


In a bowl, mix the ingredients.

Place the duck in a pan and cover with the mix.

Let marinate overnight.

Take the duck out of the marination and place it on a rack, put it back in the cooler and let it dry at least a day.

Heat the oven to 420*F.

Place the duck in the oven and cook for 45 minutes to one hour. The skin should be golden brown. Place a thermometer into the breast and check that it has reached 150*F .

Remove the duck from the oven and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes.

Slice the duck and serve it with your favorite side dish.

Roasted Sweet Potato

Heritage BlendKatriel MenendezComment

This product has so many ways to make it, today we are doing something simple and delicious. We are making a side dish for your favorite meal.


  • Sweet potato 1 ea. per person

  • Goat cheese 1 tbsp. per potato

  • Heritage Blend 1 teasp. per potato

  • Olive oil

  • Salt


Heat up the oven at 400*F

Place the sweet potatoes in a pan and roast in the oven for 45 minutes or until tender.

Take out the sweet potatoes from the oven, let them rest for 5 minutes and peel them if desired.

Place them on a platter and smash them a little. Top them with cheese and season with Heritage Blend and salt.

Enjoy with your favorite meal.

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Duck with Patagonia Mix

Patagonia MixKatriel MenendezComment

Duck is one of my favorite meats to cook and prepare. It is so versatile that it can be used for stew, salads, or by itself with some garnishes. Most of the techniques we use for cooking the meat involves a short cooking time and high temperature, or low and slow to break the fiber and tenderize the meat.


  • Duck legs 2 ea.

  • Flour 1 cup

  • Patagonia Mix 3 tbsp.

  • Oil 2 tbsp

  • Onion 1 cup (cut in cubes)

  • Garlic 2 cloves

  • White wine 1 cup

  • Vegetable stock 1 cup


In a bowl mix the flour with one tablespoon of Patagonia Mix. Take the legs and cover them with the flour and let them marinate for five minutes.

Heat a cast iron pan, add oil and caramelize the duck legs. Remove the legs and add the onion and garlic., caramelize and add the legs back into the pan.

Add the wine and let it boil for 1 minute to remove the alcohol, add the vegetable stock, season with more Patagonia mix and cook the legs for 2 to 3 hours on low heat.

When the bone is easily detached from the meat, the legs are ready.

You can have them with a salad in the summer or a puree in winter.