- Published on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 00:20
- Written by Super User
Fire & Spice Gourmet Company is located at 312 Nutt St. in the Cotton Exchange in Downtown Wilmington, they can be reached at (910)762-3050.
By: Allen Denning
Fire and Spice Gourmet Kitchen Shop at the Cotton Exchange in Downtown Wilmington has everything for those who love to make masterful culinary creations and those who simply love to enjoy the finished result. Fire and Spice originally gained fame and popularity as a small shop in the Cotton Exchange that boasted a larger variety of hot sauces than anyone in town.
Now they have expanded and grown into a shop that offers one of the best selections of sauces, seasonings, supplies, kitchen gadgetry, cookware, barware, wines, local goods, rare finds and so much more.
When it comes to any kind of hot sauce, “Fire and Spice” gourmet, will impress even the most knowledgeable of connoisseurs. They offer everything including some that contain the best flavor you will ever taste to others that will send you insane with heat. No matter if you are looking for the flavor from a “Jim Beam” brand sauce, or if you just want the type of sauce that will impress your friends with its off the scale heat factor, you can find it at “Fire and Spice.”
“Fire and Spice” is all about promoting the great flavors that come out of the Carolinas and they prove it with their North Carolina Room which contains a vast selection of local and North Carolina made products. They feature all kinds of jarred goods produced and packed locally like the famous line of products from “Angela’s Pickled Peppers.”
This includes everything from various pickled peppers to sensational pickled okra and even pickled collards. In the North Carolina Room you will also come across some great local jelly and jam, mill products and of course locally produced sauces.
You will love the various products from Wilmington’s own Cat Daddy’s Cookery and don’t miss out on the famous Cape Fear Rum Cake! Fire and Spice has a large collection of wines including many from North Carolina’s own wineries and others from all over the world. When you browse the selection make sure to take a look at the wine journals for detailed descriptions of the wines. Get the perfect one to suit your tastes or try something that sounds new and adventurous as well as delicious! When it comes to tools for the culinary professional or even the amateur, Fire and Spice has it all.
They have all kinds of gadgets that will make a cook happy. Outfit a kitchen from top to bottom everything from top of the line cookware to amazing serving pieces.
Fire and Spice is the place to go for all of your grilling and chili making needs this winter. Their huge assortment of sauces, rubs, seasonings and more will ensure that you always have the tastiest food while tailgating or at your local cook offs. They have hickory chips, mesquite chips and cedar planks for the grill to give your food that extra flavor that will make people go crazy for more! Fire and Spice has great gifts for everyone in the family even those who don’t like to cook. They have a large selection of glassware including stainless steel mugs, wine glasses, martini, glasses, and more. A fun gift for any wine connoisseur is the mason jar wine glasses or the Red Cup Living glasses that look like a red plastic cup!
They also have a great selection of locally hand painted wine glasses, oil and vinegar bottles and salt and pepper shakers. Other great gift ideas from Fire and Spice include tote bags, insulated wine chilling bags, kitchen décor, humorous aprons and much more!
The Cotton Exchange is one of the most wonderfully decorated historical locations in town and simply browsing the buildings will bring out the holiday spirit in everyone! Bring your children to the Cotton Exchange on Saturdays and Sundays to see Santa. Santa will at the Cotton Exchange checking and updating his list on every Saturday from 12:00 noon until 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. up until Christmas.
The “Fire and Spice” Gourmet shop is located at 312 Nutt Street in the Cotton Exchange in historic Downtown Wilmington. You will find them just beside the Cotton Exchange’s free parking lot across the street from the riverside Hilton.
They are open every day of the week from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. If you would like to find out more about “Fire and Spice” please give them a call at (910) 762-3050. Find them on Facebook for the latest information on Fire and Spice.
Give the gift of good taste this holiday season with help from Fire and Spice in the Cotton Exchange.