The spice route

The spice route From pepper to cinnamon, passion awaits “God made the food, the devil the seasoning . ” If we look at the history of spices, this culinary formula of James Joyce seems quite well founded: since ancient Egypt, men have in fact continued to alternate diplomacy and violence to succeed in

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Christmas spices

We love them all year round. But, tradition helping, cinnamon, nutmeg, juniper and cloves embalm especially during the holidays. Not a Christmas, indeed, without a fragrant gingerbread or a raised eggnog. In savoury or sweet dishes, let the seasonings of the season charm you. Fascinating history of spices Although spices

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Nigella or black cumin

The cure for all the ailments? Nigella sativa or black cumin is an aromatic plant. In Arabic, the Nigella is called “Habbatul baraka”,  which means “seeds of blessing”. It is found in the Mediterranean basin and the Middle East. Nigella seeds have been used for centuries: they are mentioned in

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