Meet Anne

Posted on January 21, 2013 by Greg Milneck | 6 Comments

Anne Milneck is the owner of Red Stick Spice Company. Originally from LaPlace, Louisiana, Anne has lived in Baton Rouge for more than 20 years. She studied journalism at LSU and earned a culinary degree from the John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University. 

Helping customers make the most of their purchases and their time in the kitchen is Anne's main goal. Whether it's taco night for the family or a six course dinner party, every meal deserves quality ingredients. Little Cooking 101 lessons go on each day in the store--it's Anne's favorite part of the job. Anne says, "Cooking disasters are inevitable, but you can't let the mishaps derail your efforts. Press on. Tomorrow is a new day with new ingredients and a new shot as deliciousness."

For Anne, cooking represents happiness and family and comfort and joy. She wants everyone to feel the same way when they step up to the stove.

 

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keith
keith

September 03, 2013

Red Stick Spice Co has the market on my spice rack. It’s not just the wonderfully good spices though. It’s the attention they give you as a customer and the personal touch that Anne has put into every order. Anne and her company remind me of the old corner grocery; you know where everyone knew you by name and were greatful for your business. It is this old school service that allows me to say that I will never shop spices anywhere else! Thanks Anne and Red Stick Spice!

Sylvia Ourso
Sylvia Ourso

May 04, 2013

Anne thanks so much for all your help on Friday! Can’t wait to use my new oils & spices! I just love your store!

Susan Wiese
Susan Wiese

April 23, 2013

Hi,
I have been to the shop once. I need to come again. I usually buy from Pensey’s,but have not bought spices since buying some curries last year! I buy lots of cumin, garlic and some blends. I would like to attend the next demo. and buy some spices. Do you still have
the California Olive Oils. I have a bay leaf tree. Do you want some fresh bay leaves. I dry mine.

Dale
Dale

February 11, 2013

The beef ribs turned out great! Love my beef! Pork ribs a little over cooked but still good. I’m can’t wait till warm weather to get the real flavor of the rubs on the smoker.
Dale (Bubba) Barber

Anne
Anne

February 11, 2013

Glad to hear, thanks for your order. Please let us know how the ribs turn out, and send us a picture.

dale barber
dale barber

February 10, 2013

Just recieved my firt order. Fast delivery, thank-you!
To bad weather is 15-30 degrees here in Iowa. So using my nu-wave with pork and beef ribs. Slowly cooking pork ribs now. Ued pecan rub and the who-dat on the beef ribs. Will let you know the outcome. Thanks again
Dale (Bubba) Barber

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