Inside the Spice Cabinet: Sumac
Sumac! No, I’m not talking about the wild stuff growing in your backyard that once gave you an itchy rash. While it is related, the sumac I’m talking about is far from poisonous, and makes a wonderfully delicious addition to any spice cupboard. Taste: Sour Most Popular Use: Spice blends, dry rubs, salads The sumac bush, native to the Middle East, produces deep red berries, which are dried and ground into coarse powder.
Sichuan pepper - World Crops Database
Sichian pepper is a spice. It has a flavor that is not hot or sharp like black pepper or chili peppers. Instead it creates a numbness on the tongue and lips, with a tingling, almost electrical sensation.
Despre condimente – Coriandru si Fenicul
Am postat pana acum retete intr-o graba febrila, prezentand totul ca si cum ma adresam unor cunoscatori. Dar iata ca realitatea m-a adus cu picioarele pe pamant sub forma unor comentarii care imi a…