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Lemon Salt with Fennel and Chili

Serious Eats Lucy Baker 1 comment

The flavor of this salt is a heady combination of bright citrus, mellow licorice, and serious heat. It would be perfect with chicken, pork, or beef. It would also be a great seasoning for roasted Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, or... More

Parsley: It's More Than Just a Garnish

How To Sue Veed 19 comments

Parsley's got personality—namely, a clean bright flavor and a lettuce-like crunch. So how about we start treating it like what it is: an herb. It's one of few herbs you can find fresh at any time of year in most supermarkets. There are two types: flat leaf (also called Italian parsley) and curly leaf. In a pinch, either is fine, but note the differences between them. More

Dry Jerk Seasoning

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Taco Seasoning

Serious Eats Andrea Lynn 4 comments

Who needs to buy packets of taco seasoning when you can easily mix one up yourself? Use on tacos, burritos, tostadas and more. Head here for more spice blend recipes »... More

Seafood Essence

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Berbere

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On Flavoring

Lia Bulaong 1 comment

Today's à la carte: "How many times have you seen a recipe instruct you to “season with salt and pepper”? This is incorrect! You season with salt, but you flavor with pepper. Yes, pepper is a flavoring, not a seasoning. And it’s only one of the flavorings used in French cooking."... More

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