cinnamon cap mushroom


see nameko

From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.

Keep Reading

Next Up

What Are Capers?

Capers are the pickled flower buds of a thorny, trailing shrub that grows like a weed all over the Mediterranean.

Cinnamon Buns, Lightened Up

This mouthwatering Christmas morning tradition will put some fat on your buns. Lighten up these bad boys by using some of these quick and easy tricks.

Off the Beaten Aisle: Capers

Capers are the flower buds of a wild bush that lend serious flavor power to your cooking. Find out how to use capers and get caper recipes.

Spice of the Month: Cinnamon

Ancient Egyptians used cinnamon to embalm the dead, while wealthy Romans used it in love potions. Today, cinnamon is a popular spice used in sweet and savory dishes.

Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake

Serve this coffee cake -- lightened up with low-fat yogurt and light butter -- for brunch, breakfast or dessert.

Spotlight Recipe: Salmon with Lemon Capers and Rosemary

Salmon is high in protein and one of the best sources of healthy omega-3 fats around. This recipe delivers big flavor with the lemon, capers, wine and rosemary.

Pasta With Olive-Caper Sauce — Meatless Monday

Dress up tomato sauce with capers, olives and mozzarella using Food Network's easy recipe for Bucatini With Olive-Caper Sauce, a go-to Meatless Monday dinner.

Top With Cinnamon — Off the Shelf

Izy Hossack's new cookbook, Top With Cinnamon, is a delightful romp through a delicious assortment of sweet and savory bites.

Naked Pumpkin Cake with Cinnamon Buttercream

This pumpkin cake is full of fall flavors, and it is easy enough for a beginner baker to make.