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Trying to expand your taste horizons? The experts in Food Network Kitchen suggest a few easy ways to branch out.

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If You Like Sriracha ...

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Try Hot Honey

Lovers of the sweet and spicy hot sauce will also appreciate the subdued, versatile heat of chile-infused honey. It's still difficult to find in stores, but you can easily make your own by heating some honey in a saucepan with a combination of your favorite chiles. From there, the possibilities are endless, but the spicy sweetness of the condiment is particularly well-received on crisp fried chicken or a slice of pizza.

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If You Like Italian Seasoning ...

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Try Za'atar

Even if you've never tried za'atar, you might find its taste familiar. The popular Middle Eastern spice blend is usually made of thyme, oregano, cumin, sesame seeds, marjoram and sumac, a dried and ground-up fruit that lends a lemony brightness to dishes. Try it on grilled chicken or sprinkled over fried eggs.

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