- n. Plural form of spice.
“Beat in spices, salt, the egg and the pumpkin puree.”
“You can taste the spices from the cider - cinnamon, cloves, etc. - in the finished butter, but I add in a little bit extra to keep the flavors strong.”
“They certainly used native and near eastern ingredients such as frankincense and myrrh; how much they used spices is a matter for speculation.”
“( "Darwinian gastronomy") maintains that in the modern world the taste for spices is functional; the reason why the hotter the country, the more spice it tends to eat, since spices help kill off the microbes that grow faster in hotter climates.”
“Are there certain spices that recur in recipes for romance and reproduction?”
“It tastes perfectly delicious when mixed up with pumpkin spices, whipped cream and vanilla pudding.”
“She pours melted sugar, glassine, for the rivers and oceans, and presses in spices for continents, cloves for mountains.”
“I make my own unsweetened apple butter, since I find that using apples as well as natural apple juice and warm spices is a sweet enough spread.”
“A good dark chocolate imbued with the essence of the spices is just heavenly!”
“What did they grind there — local herbs, spices from the VOC trade, or medicinal buchu collected on the farm by Khoisan servants?”
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