Explore the flavors of Utah with Aimee’s Home Cookin’ hand-blended, small-batch seasonings. Based just minutes from the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Aimee’s Home Cookin’
features locally grown gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian spice blends that transform your home dishes from beginner to gourmet.
With names like “High Rustler Adobo” and “Westward Ho!” these natural blends pay homage to Alta’s famous ski trails and are great for a neighborhood barbeque or a Mexican fiesta. If your grill is smokin’ and ready to go, try “Catherine’s.” This unique blend features locally roasted coffee beans, mild Ancho chili powder, and a hint of cinnamon. It rocks on steak! Feeling the holiday spirit? Try “Germania Glühwein” a seasonal German mulling blend for cider and wine that delivers the flavors of cloves and cinnamon to your holiday table.
New spices and seasonal specialties are on the horizon, so order your favorites on our website or visit us at the Wasatch Front Farmers Market at Wheeler Historic Farm in Murray on Sundays, Urban Farm & Feed in Sandy, and Pirate O’s in Draper.
Can be found here:
- LOCAL FARMERS MARKETS
Have switched all my seasonings and spices to Aimees. Her blends are balanced, flavorful and takes guess work out of serving a good meal.
Love the Bloody Mary mix and the Rimrock Salt mixture. So much better than buying the liquid mix. You can make a drink whenever you want without worrying the mix will go bad.
Best spices/rubs out there! I smoke and grill a lot. Using Aimee’s makes everything I’ve tried so far taste fantastic. And her wild game rub is awesome.
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- Sandy, UT 84070
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Growing up in a Vermont country inn, Aimee learned kitchen techniques from her mother—a fantastic host who cooked up healthy comfort food for carloads of guests in the heart of New England ski country. Using fresh farm-to-table ingredients before it was trendy, Aimee learned how to create delicious dishes and kept people coming back for more.
In 2009, Aimee and her family relocated to the Salt Lake Valley for the love of mountains. Most of her blends are named after her favorite spots at Alta and Snowbird. While soaking up Western culture, she expanded her culinary range and now develops her own unique flavors with Aimee’s Home Cookin’.