Nutmeg has symbolized both romance and affluence.  Once considered one of the most valuable spices, it was believed to give gamblers luck, to enhance a man’s prowess, and during medieval times, it was even thought to ward off the plague.

Use in traditional Middle Eastern lamb recipes, soups and in curries as well as in cream sauces, breads, pies, and baked goods. Sprinkle on holiday beverages — eggnog, punch, and mulled wines.


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