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|Posted on August 13, 2017 at 4:40 PM|
Widely used in Chinese and Indian cuisine, this whole spice resembles anise in flavor. Some stars may be broken and not entirely whole.
Favorite dishes using Star Anise: Five-Spice Rub, Poached Pears, Couscous, Ham Glaze, BBQ Sauce.
Star Anise should keep its peak flavor for about two years.
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Caraway come from the Arabic al-karwiya. Caraway is a culinary herb with an interesting history. It appears in ancient Greek and Roman history, in German foklore, and is even mentioned by Shakespeare.
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|Posted on August 13, 2017 at 4:05 PM|
Our Egyptian marjoram is typically used in European cuisine and is similar in flavor to oregano.
Favorite dishes using Marjoram: Roasted Turkey, Goulash, Zucchini Pie, Lamb Gyros, Vichyssoise, Oven-Roasted Potatoes, Beef Stew.
Marjoram should keep it's peak flavor for about six months.
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