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By Anne Wilson

ISBN-10: 3829080603

ISBN-13: 9783829080606

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In Biblical times, turmeric was often used to make perfume, a comment on its rather exotic fragrance. Today it's used mainly to add both flavor and color to food. Turmeric is very popular in East Indian cooking and is almost always used in curry preparations. It's also a primary ingredient in mustard and is what gives American−style prepared mustard its bright yellow color. Powdered turmeric is widely available in supermarkets. As with all spices, it should bestored in a cool, dark place for no more than 6 months.

I use it along with fresh garlic in my meatballs and have been told they are "better than Moms". Add thyme to your meatloaf recipes too. It is a wonderful addition to squash, carrots or dried beans, and can be added to any Pasta Primavera recipe as well. A lovely tea can be made with 3 parts thyme and 1 part each rosemary and spearmint. Brew in a tightly closed teapot using 1 tsp. tea to 1 cup water. Let steep for 10 minutes and serve hot. There are many varieties of Thyme; over 400 have been cataloged over the centuries.

Turmeric is the root of a tropical plant related to ginger. Though native to the Orient, this spice is now also cultivated in India and the Caribbean. It has a bitter, pungent flavor and an intense yellow−orange color. In Biblical times, turmeric was often used to make perfume, a comment on its rather exotic fragrance. Today it's used mainly to add both flavor and color to food. Turmeric is very popular in East Indian cooking and is almost always used in curry preparations. It's also a primary ingredient in mustard and is what gives American−style prepared mustard its bright yellow color.

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