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"If there is a common denominator in all Indian foods," says renowned Indian chef Madhur Jaffrey, "it is, perhaps, the imaginative use of spices." Indian cooks use an array of seasonings — for color, aroma, and flavor — in virtually every dish.
Irish Food Recipes and Seasonings
However you plan to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, these Irish food recipes and seasonings will help you enjoy the flavors of Ireland with family and friends.
An authentic Italian meal is a true culinary experience, an enrichment. Italians enjoy leisurely meals of many courses, with a great melding of flavors, aromas, colors and textures.
Learn About Lavender
Fields of purple/blue plants sway to the horizon on an English lavender farm. At home, tidy dresser drawers cradle lavender sachets amidst favorite lingerie, and aptly colored lavender soap evokes memories of grandmother.
Low Salt Cooking: Hold the Salt, Pass the Spices!
Most of us consume about 3,400 milligrams (mg) of sodium a day — well above the recommended intake of no more than 2,300 milligrams daily. (There are 2,000 milligrams per teaspoon,.
The art of balance is apparent in every authentic Chinese dish — the cold and the hot, the sweet and the sour, the subtle and the pungent. And while the exotic, full flavors of Chinese cooking make a dish seem indulgent, at its core it's a frugal cuisine — making use of local, in-season foods and on-hand ingredients.
Chipotle flavor is wildly popular — in everything from burritos to barbecue sauce — but do you know what it is, exactly? A chipotle is a fully ripe, smoke-dried jalapeno pepper. (Now you see where that mysteriously rich, sweet and smoky hot — but not too hot — flavor comes from.
Cooking with Ginger
Talk about personality! Not a spice to slip in unobtrusively, ginger always makes a grand appearance in dishes. Warm yet refreshing, versatile yet distinctive, ginger’s enigmatic character often enlivens the mix — in a gamut of sweet and savory recipes and in ethnic cuisines the world over.
A visual delight, exquisitely delicious, and good for you—it's no wonder that Mediterranean cuisine is so popular. In fact, Mediterranean fare is healthful enough to have inspired a wealth of scientific research.
If you're interested in Mexican cooking, the best place to start is to become familiar with the variety of herbs and spices that provide the distinct flavors and aromas so highly treasured in the cuisine. The quality of your herbs and spices can absolutely make or break the end result of your efforts, so be sure to use top-quality Frontier herbs and spices for the best flavor, freshness and quality.