Okay, here’s a complete list of what’s in the rack:
Onion (dehydrated); obviously, I know what to use this for.
Herb Mix (onion flakes, green onion flakes, red chili flakes, minced garlic, black peppercorns); it’s pretty easy to see where and when this would be useful.
Sage; mostly, I use this with poultry and/or stuffing for poultry.
Rosemary; pairs beautifully with poultry and pork.
Basil; I’m not so sure about this; I’ve used basil as an element in seasoning blends, but can’t recall ever buying it by itself.
Sichuan Peppercorns; not sure about these, but I’m guessing they’re pretty spicy, so I would use them sparingly.
Celery Salt (dried minced celery, coarse salt); I use this kind of thing in pasta and potato salads, tuna or chicken salad, etc.
Italian Herb Mix (oregano, thyme, basil, parsley, black pepper, powdered bay leaves, sage); this is a no-brainer. After all, it’s Italian Herb Mix, duh.
Black peppercorns; these will go in my pepper mill next time it’s empty.
Paprika; I know what to do with paprika.
Roasted Sesame Seeds; I haven’t used these a lot, but would sprinkle them over Asian-style dishes or steamed veggies.
Cayenne; I know how to use it.
Curry powder; need ideas.
Cinnamon powder; no-brainer.
Minced Garlic; easy.
Chinese Five Spice; I only have one recipe in my repertoire that uses this, but I bet I could think of other uses for it. I like the hit of licorice!
Ginger; I’m very familiar with it.
Garam Masala; not a clue.
Garlic Salt; easy.
Ground Mustard; never much used it, because I don’t tend to keep it, but I encounter it in a lot of mac and cheese recipes, and we love mac and cheese!
Coarse Sea Salt; easy.
Vegetable Mix (fine salt, fine granulated sugar, paprika, garlic powder, crushed black pepper, chili powder); I’ll have to play with this one.
Ground Cumin; I know.
Crushed Red Pepper; easy.
Cinnamon Stick; I’ve not really cooked much with whole cinnamon, but won’t have any trouble figuring it out; I’m thinking about mulling some wine this weekend.
Bay Leaves; easy.
So there you go, toss out any suggestions you have.