It’s time to liberate your snacking, seasoning and smack factor of everything that’s coming out of your kitchen – and here’s one way to do it. With its origin in Egypt, and the folks Down Under bringing it to our attention, dukkah is one compelling little concoction. So first a little history lesson – it’s “do-ka” and it means “to pound” ’cause that’s exactly how it went down before the food processor, folks were rockin’ a mortar & pestle. Nuts, seeds and spices are toasted and pounded/processed into a granular mixture to perk up anything in it’s path! It’s traditionally served as a dipping spice alongside olive oil and crusty bread, and it’s time to break from tradition and push the dukkah envelope – a sprinkle in, on or over anything you serve will be all the better for it. And FYI, the variations are endless – it’s all negotiable – the nuts, the seeds, the herbs & the spices, so get on the dukkah train, it’s a game-changer!