Tag Archives: spice

Emperor Chicken Korma

There are some dishes that transcend cultural and political boundaries, and persist — strengthened by time and regional variation. Such is the case for Korma, an Indian cuisine classic. Korma was brought to the Indian subcontinent by the Persian Mughals … Continue reading

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Careful with than brine!

If you are planning on brining your turkey today, read the label and proceed carefully. If you are cooking a commercially prepared bird, it almost certainly has already been brined, whether it is fresh or frozen. Most frozen birds have … Continue reading

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Garam Masala from MeatFireGood.com

There are as many curries in India as there are regions and family recipes. Curry is an anglicized term simply referring to “spicy.” The cultural exchange following the Age of Exploration has given birth to countless versions, some that blend … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Lamb Spice Blend

This lamb spice blend is rooted in a culinary traditions honed for fire-roasted centuries throughout the Mediterranean.  The medley of flavors complement lamb beautifully and open the door to a whole new world for the uninitiated.  Only slightly richer than … Continue reading

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BBQ Tip: Bulk Spices, Herbs & Containers

Spices are huge when it comes to the flavor of your BBQ.  If you are going to rub your butt (I love sayin’ that!) or season your seared steak with any amount of herbs or spices, you should consider buying … Continue reading

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