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Cinnamon Sticks - 1.25oz
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Cinnamon is one of the oldest and most versatile spices in the world. The spice is produced from the bark of a small laurel-like evergreen tree. The outer bark is removed leaving the fragrant inner bark to be rolled into the familiar cinnamon stick.

Use in desserts, baked goods, beverages, curries, stews, meat, vegetables and fruits.

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Quick Pickled Fiddleheads
If you've been looking for a quick & easy way to pickle fiddleheads, here it is. The light and tangy spiced marinade is just enough to enhance the wild, green flavor of fiddleheads without overpowering their natural goodness. The pickled fiddleheads will keep well in the fridge for several weeks and can be used on salads, as a crunchy relish or appetizer or as a garnish for a spectacular martini!
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Mushroom Bread Pudding
This is another one of those wonderfully hearty side dishes that can double as a main vegetarian course. This recipe will yield 20 small puddings, so cut the recipe in half if you don't have a crowd.
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Pickled Crabapples
This recipe for pickled crabapples is a very simple, very "old-timey" recipe, which is usually served on the relish tray at holiday dinners such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.

A word of caution: the crabapples used in this recipe do NOT come from ornamental crabapple trees. Those crabapples are not edible, or at least they are not the kind used in recipes. Crabapples are available in certain parts of the country at farmers' market, or at roadside fruit and vegetable stands.
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Lemon Rice Pudding
A perfect comfort food with some interesting flavors. This is a new twist on the rice puddings of old. Try using Meyer lemon for a delicious variation.
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Spiced Saffron Rice
An aromatic and delicious rice side dish that will elevate the tone of any dinner and make it special and memorable.
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Five-Spice Powder
Szechuan Peppercorns are an essential ingredient in the famous aromatic Asian spice blend known as Five-Spice Powder. Interestingly, Szechuan Peppercorns are not true Peppercorns, but are the dried berries of a small Prickly Ash tree which grows in the Szechuan province of China, a region well-known for the spicy contributions it offers to Chinese cuisine. Other sweet spices, such as cinnamon, fennel seed, cloves and star anise round out the flavor of this distinctive flavoring blend.
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Mango Chutney
An aromatic, easy and versatile side dish for poultry and meats. Also goes well with or in sandwiches.
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Cranberry Sauce with Ruby Port
Naturally sweet-tart fresh cranberries are enhanced by the rich fruity flavor of Ruby Port, fragrant orange and spicy cinnamon. The Ruby Port tempers the tartness of the fresh cranberries nicely, and adds a lush, deep red color.
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Red Cooked Pork with Chestnuts
Red cooking refers to a classic slow braising Chinese cooking technique. Red cooking requires slow simmering for several hours with the ingredients being cooked mostly submerged in the fragrant spiced cooking liquid. Red cooked pork usually includes other ingredients, here with whole garlic cloves, shiitake mushrooms and chestnuts.
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Spirited Cherry Chutney
Tangy cherry chutney is a great way to preserve your summer cherry harvest, especially if you have first infused them with vodka or brandy! If you haven't, don't worry - you can use fresh cherries or other stone fruit, like plums, apricots, peaches or nectarines. Just be aware that you'll have to cook the chutney longer to reduce the juicy fruit down to a thick, jam-like consistency.
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Chicken Tajine with Olives and Preserved Lemons
Tajine (or tagine) vies with couscous as Morocco's national dish. Tajine is both the name for a vast number of stew-like dishes and the earthenware utensil in which they are cooked. Fish, chicken, lamb or other meats are simmered with an assortment of vegetables, fruits, olives, lemons, herbs and spices to produce richly fragrant, tart, spicy and sweet flavors. Outside of Morocco, traditional tajine pots are hard to find, but we've found that an ordinary covered pot or casserole will work just fine.
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