The Macmillan treasury of spices and natural flavorings: a complete guide to the identification and uses of common and exotic spices and natural flavorings
Culinary expert Jennifer Mulherin celebrates nature's own flavor enhancers, explaining their age-old roles in medicine, cosmetics, and food preparation, in addition to everything the cook needs to know about buying, using, drying, and storing these versatile food accents. 106 color photos.
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