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tschmidlin:
I'm months behind on my magazines as usual, but read Randy Mosher's article "Spicing Up Your Beer" from Mar/Apr Zymurgy last night.  He referenced a few online spice sources, but I want to list some others too.

World Spice Merchants - awesome selection and great info on spices
Taste Pad Thai - great source for fresh Thai spices (lime leaves,lemongrass, galangal, etc)

I haven't tried Randy's sources, but want to include them so later when I'm looking for something I can just come here instead of trying to find the right magazine again. The search button for my house is usually broken :)

Gernot Katzer's Spice Pages - Nothing for sale, good info
Wild Weeds - Botanical supplier, they have Myrica gale
Monteagle Herb Farm - Another botanical supplier
San Francisco Herb Company - Large culinary herb supplier
The Spice House - Culinary herbs and spices including bitter orange and grains of paradise.  Retail outlets in many cities
Penzeys - Culinary herbs and spices, retail outlets in many cities

gordonstrong:
Penzey's is my go-to place for most spices. Great quality and selection.

tschmidlin:
I mostly go to World Spice because its local.

I've never heard of Penzey's or The Spice House.  I think Randy might have a looser definition of "many cities" than I do, The Spice House website lists 5 stores.

gordonstrong:
www.penzeys.com, get their catalog, more food pr0n

tschmidlin:
Since it was phrased as an order and not a suggestion, done.  Always obey Gordon.

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