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  • Indian cuisine makes frequent use of different types of masala powders. "Masala" simply means "blend of spices," and a masala powder is the ground powder of a whole spice mixture. Let's take a look at the top 15 most important masala powders in Indian cuisine.

    Top 15 Important Masala Powders of Indian Cuisine

    Top 15 Important Masala Powders of Indian Cuisine

    by Mallika Rani1

  • Any food prepared with rosemary is a comfort food. It has a distinct flavor with a calming essence. Find out more about the history and nutritional value of this herb, and try the recipe at the end.

    Cook Calming Food With Rosemary

    Cook Calming Food With Rosemary

    by Karen A Szklany6

  • Peruse this list of 25 common edible flowers to see if any grow in your garden. This includes videos, gorgeous images, nutritional information, and recipe links.

    25 Flowers You Can Eat

    25 Flowers You Can Eat

    by Kate P37

  • Juniper grows in abundance in many parts of the country. They can be used in cooking as well as in natural remedies. Learn what they are good for and how to dry them at home.

    How to Use Juniper Berries in Cooking and More

    How to Use Juniper Berries in Cooking and More

    by Audrey Kirchner29

  • Furloughed chef? Working from home? If you're a foodie at home with a lot more time on your hands, why not take the opportunity to incorporate some new flavors into your cooking? These four rare, exotic spices have a lot to offer, and I guarantee you'll be the only person you know who uses them.

    4 Undiscovered Spices to Add to Your Everyday Cooking Toolkit

    4 Undiscovered Spices to Add to Your Everyday Cooking Toolkit

    by CS Drexel0

  • This easy dry rub recipe is great for all your bbq fish and is especially good with salmon and arctic char. Get ready for summer bbq season and perfect grilled fish.

    Best Dry Rub Recipe for BBQ Fish

    Best Dry Rub Recipe for BBQ Fish

    by Kaili Bisson7

  • Cajun seasoning originated in Louisiana where delicious Cajun cuisine is popular. In this article, I'll tell you how to use it, what some of the best brands are, and how to whip up your own homemade blend.

    All About Cajun Seasoning: Brands, Uses, and DIY Recipe

    All About Cajun Seasoning: Brands, Uses, and DIY Recipe

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • Mint spreads out and graces our gardens all summer long. From mint juleps to garnishing iced sun tea and salads, mint helps us celebrate these longer days and sultry nights by adding a cooling touch to all the foods and drinks we set out on our tables.

    Cool Mint's Uses and Benefits, With Iced Sun Tea Recipe

    Cool Mint's Uses and Benefits, With Iced Sun Tea Recipe

    by Karen A Szklany8

  • Learn what separates coriander from cilantro. Also included are a few unexpected applications of the coriander plant. Learn when was it first found and where is it from, and enjoy a quick and simple spicy harissa recipe as a bonus!

    Are Coriander and Cilantro the Same Thing

    Are Coriander and Cilantro the Same Thing

    by India Arnold18

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