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BY: Allrecipes Staff
If you don't enjoy eating gritty lettuce or herbs, you'll want to learn this method!
About the spice, including history, folklore, uses and recipes for cloves.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about cooking with spices and herbs.
Coriander: description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes.
Cumin: description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes.
Curry Powder: description, uses, origins and recipes.
Dill: description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes.
BY: Krista Winjum
One of the few plants where the roots, stalk, seeds, fronds and pollen are all used, fennel adds a new flavor twist to meals.
Description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes for fennel seed.
Description, uses, origins and recipes for fenugreek.
Description, uses, origins and recipes using Galangal.
A description of the Indian spice blend, plus uses and recipes for garam masala.
Uses, origins, history and folklore of ginger, plus recipes for fresh and ground ginger.
Fragrant and flavorful, pesto is pasta's perfect partner.
If you can't travel to the Caribbean, you can bring the flavors home by barbequing fragrant and spicy Jamaican jerk.
Description, uses, origins and Jamaican jerk recipes.
BY: Tammy Weisberger
Bring a little life to your windowsill and reap the culinary rewards of a kitchen herb garden.
Description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes for mace.
Uses, history, folklore, and recipes for fresh and dried marjoram.
Description, uses, origins, folklore and recipes featuring mint.
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