9 Spices You’ll Want to Cook with this Fall
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Available whole or ground, it combines the flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. This spice complements stews, carrots, pork or poultry, squash, cakes, cookies and some breads.
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With its mildly-sweet-to-bittersweet flavor, this spice is a nice addition to baked goods like coffee cake and crumbles as well as stews, curries, fruit, squash, oatmeal, pork and beef.
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Found both whole and ground, this spice adds robust flavor to braised meats, carrots, onions, potatoes, chocolate and fruit. Cloves also pair well with orange and molasses flavors.
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This spice is similar in taste to nutmeg but more subtle and delicate. Mace is a nice addition to savory dishes like stews or sausages.
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The warm, sweet and spicy flavor enhances baked goods like pies and custard as well as white sauces, spinach and squash. Can be bought whole or ground. Grate fresh nutmeg for the best flavor.