LOOKING for something "dill-lightful" for your summer menu?
Getting to the root of flavorful seasoning is easy with ginger. The ginger plant is grown for its knobby fleshy root, which has a hot, peppery and slightly sweet flavor.
Christopher Columbus didn't only discover America, he discovered allspice, too…even if it was by accident! Supposedly, the Spanish explorer was searching for pepper in the Caribbean. He thought he'd found it when he happened upon allspice berries.
Licorice lovers aren't the only ones who enjoy the flavor of anise in their foods.
Considered a sacred herb in its native India, basil is traditionally found in Italian, Mediterranean and Thai cooking.
When you want to season a soup or a stew, bay leaf is almost mandatory.
In the world of spices, black pepper is king.
Although most often associated with rye bread, caraway is a versatile spice that's been used for thousands of years in many world cuisines.
A little goes a long way when you're cooking with cardamom. This pungent spice tastes something like ginger with a pinch of pine and has an aroma reminiscent of eucalyptus.
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