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Re: What Are Your Herb/Spice Must Haves? [Re: rdywenur] #474855
12/11/08 03:44 PM
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How about whole cloves and the perfect season for them...I usually go to CVS for a cheap bottle and then insert and cover a whole orange. Makes a great holiday decoration and keeps all year long.

Re: What Are Your Herb/Spice Must Haves? [Re: rdywenur] #474859
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I love to put the cloves in oranges. I usually tie a ribbon around it and hang it near the front door. This makes a nice Hostess gift also if you are invited over around Christmas time.

Cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon are definitely "must haves" for me at this time of year. Year round it is pepper, garlic powder, sea salt, basil, sage, rosemary, parsley and savory. Savory is a good sub for salt.


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Re: What Are Your Herb/Spice Must Haves? [Re: Vannie] #570605
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The 2 Gs--Garlic and Ginger. Also cinnamon, crushed red pepper flakes, Madras curry powder and cracked black pepper. Italian seasoning mix and herbes de provence. I could live without cloves, though. Something about them ...


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