Adding one spice to a dish can create a whole new flavor. Adding a carefully selected melange of spices can create a taste revelation—at least that's how Jackie Mittelhammer and Becky Solheim see it. To give all types of chefs that revelatory power, they opened Savory Spice Shop Westfield, where they sell more than 400 spices and herbs and over 160 original spice blends. Grinding each fresh weekly, the flavor champions combine them in bags and bottles to create such harmonious concoctions as Peruvian chile-lime seasoning and Smoky Hills cheese powder with garlic and marjoram. They also give customers the chance to spice up dishes with exotic sea salts, including black lava salt from Hawaii and Italian black truffle sea salt, as well as sauces, extracts, and specialty sugars.
Warehouse Chic Accessories decorates bodies with fashionable items, scarves, and accessories in a wide array of styles and patterns. Customers can shackle wrists within the white rosettes of an antique gold-leaves bracelet ($7) or win the heart of a beloved lunch lady by hiding the topaz rhinestones of a golden ring($5) in her pan of macaroni. Nippy necks can bundle up in ruffled scarves($10), and lobes bear the load of a pair of silver coin earrings ($5). The festive feathers of a headband ($5), meanwhile, hold the capacity to attract eyes of admirers or lovesick peacocks.
There's no one way to follow a healthy diet. So at Healthy & Delicious, chefs don't dictate what comes in their health-conscious wraps, salads, and breakfast dishes. Instead, they offer build-your-own options that can be customized according to their customers' tastes. They keep a daily roster of fresh vegetables, cuts of meat, and dressings on hand with which to create the ideal dish for every customer or a winning lineup for Veggie Bowl IV. They don't just put fresh produce into wraps and salads, however. They also extract their nourishing juices to create fresh-squeezed drinks and smoothies with a choice of healthy add-ons.