TIP OF THE DAY: Spice Blends You Should Know, Part 2

Yesterday we presented the first five of the world’s 10 spice blends you should know: adobo from Mexico, chili powder from Mexico, five spice from China, garam masala from India and jerk from Jamaica. Even if you won’t be cooking with them anytime soon, you should know them: They’re popular global, popping up in fusion…
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RECIPE: Moroccan Potato Kabobs

Moroccan potato kabobs. Photo courtesy PotatoGoodness.com.   Kabobs, variously transliterated from Arabic and other alphabets as kabab, kabob, kebab, kebap and kebob, refer to small pieces of meat or seafood that are marinated and broiled. They’re often cooked with tomatoes, green peppers, onions or other vegetables, usually on a skewer. The word meant roast meat;…
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