Rethink Your Spices
Spices like cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg have been used for centuries in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Latin American cooking to bring out rich, meaty flavors in savory dishes. Try adding a pinch or two of your favorite baking spice to a rub for meat, or drop a cinnamon stick into simmering tomato sauce. Just remember: A little goes a long way.
How to Dry Herbs in the Microwave
Sorry, pesto, unused herbs have a new destiny.
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Did your favorite PSL make the cut?!
Things Every Garlic Lover Should Know
You’ve already fallen for garlic’s intense flavor, now find out just how versatile those small, fragrant cloves can be with this guide to prepping and cooking with garlic.
What is Tamarind?
The sweet-sour ingredient is in many dishes you’re probably familiar with, from chutneys to Worcestershire sauce.
White Pepper Versus Black Pepper: What’s the Difference?
Tiny white flowers are pollinated by raindrops, and each flower grows into a single peppercorn. From there, the peppercorns are processed into one of several varieties.
How to Store Garlic
Keep those heads — and even single cloves — fresh with these tips.
How to Store Cilantro in the Refrigerator
Keep it fresh for taco night and beyond.
Is Ginger Good for You?
Learn why this favorite warming spice may be a friend to your body as well as your taste buds.
What's the Difference Between Vanilla Extract, Vanilla Beans and Vanilla Paste?
We’ve got the intel on how to use all your favorite vanilla flavorings!
What Is Saffron?
And why is it the most expensive spice in the world?