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“Sumac is available in middle eastern grocery stores.”
“Here's an excerpt from another of Wright's poems called The Sumac in Ohio -- it's about real toughness:”
“I had heard of Sumac before, but never poison Sumac, that is until I got it.”
“If you go this route, make sure to use the red seasoning ("Sumac") on the meat and plain rice (never on seasoned rice!)”
“Much "Sourwood" produced at lower altitudes is usually mostly Sumac which blooms at lower altitudes a the same time yielding a darker honey.”
“Cannot find Sumac or berbery for Persian food, I buy it when I go to France or the States.”
“Raymond Hom for The Wall Street Journal, Food Styling by Karen Evans, Prop Styling by DSM Clay-Wrapped Fish with Sumac and Fennel I'm not sure when I first heard of a dish involving fish wrapped in clay and baked on embers, except that I was a boy still, enamored by fly fishing but never any good at it.”
“Clay-Wrapped Fish with Sumac and Fennel Active time: 20 minutes.”
“Sumac is a red powder ground from a berry and is lemony in flavour.”
“Sumac as the new salt (it's also tart), ground seaweed as a common flavor enhancer (lots of umami.)”
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