Z’Hug (Yemenite spicy pesto)

Ingredients 1 tsp Ground Cumin Seed 1 tsp Ground Coriander Seed ½ tsp Ground Cardamom Seed ½ tsp Ground Caraway Seed 1 head each, Cilantro and Parsley, most stems removed and coarsely chopped 1 Serrano Chile, destemmed and deseeded (more if you like it really spicy) 1 Anaheim Chile, destemmed, deseeded, and coarsely chopped 4...
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Mulled Wine or Cider

MULLED WINE Ingredients 1 750ml bottle red wine ¼ C brandy ¼ C sugar ½ jar Mulling Spices Optional: 1 Clementine, sliced Preparation Add all ingredients to heavy saucepan. Heat on low, stirring occasionally, until simmering. Do NOT allow to boil. Remove from heat; taste and add sugar if needed.   MULLED CIDER Ingredients 1...
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Moroccan Chickpea Stew

Chickpeas and vegetables swim in a floral-spiced broth with golden raisins and intense granny smith apple spice bombs. Incredibly easy, and satisfying for our SOS-free plant based friends and omnivores alike. It’s all in the spices. When Chef AJ asked me to do a cooking demonstration on her Youtube channel, I knew I had to...
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Misir Wot

Spicy Ethiopian Lentil Stew Ingredients 1 Medium Onion, chopped 3-4 cloves, garlic, minced 2 TBSP fresh ginger, grated 2 TBSP Local Spicery Berbere Blend 4 cups vegan broth or water* 1½ cups, red lentils 14z can salt-free organic tomatoes, diced 3 carrots, sliced ¼” on the bias 3 TBSP, salt-free tomato paste * Try adding...
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Cinnamon-Rose Snickerdoodles

A classic staple of American cookies, Snickerdoodles are one of the best forms of stress-baking:  simple, tasty, and quick, with ingredients you probably already have in the pantry!  Our recipe uses Local Spicery’s signature blend Anne Davis, rather than pure cinnamon.  I liked the soft hint of the milled rose; you could even add a...
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Cinnamon Rose Latte

Our Anne Davis blend makes the perfect complement to coffee or any style of tea.  Cassia and rose together add spice and floral notes without overpowering the base beverage, creating a delicious cinnamon rose latte. As with any spiced creamer or latte foam, strain through a fine mesh tea strainer to keep your cup from...
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Cardamom Cookies

These cookies are fantastic- delicate, not too sweet, and perfect with coffee or tea! INGREDIENTS:  ½ cup sugar 6 tbsp butter 1 egg 1 ½ cup plus 2 tbsp all-purpose flour 1 ½ tsp freshly ground cardamom seed ¾ tsp baking powder 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp cinnamon INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.  Grease large baking sheet....
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Slow Cooker Chicken Curry

This is the perfect recipe for a stressful day.  Take fifteen minutes in the morning to set up your slow cooker, and come home to a nearly completed meal.  Moreover, it tastes fantastic and is so easy to customize!  Swap potatoes for the carrots, stewing beef for the chicken (add another hour or two to...
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Moroccan Oatmeal Cookies

A delicious twist on traditional, these cookies never last long enough to take a picture.  If you’ve been to one of our events- most recently, our mill’s Grand Opening in Marysville- you’ll have had the opportunity to see for yourself how quickly they disappear in the crowd! Ingredients: 1 ½ cup flour 1 tsp baking...
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Guajillo Garden Chili

While chili is always a fantastic cold night dinner, Guajillo Garden Chili takes it to the next level with its warm, bright blend of flavors.  Feel free to add in extra veggies and leave out the meat for a vegan-friendly dinner- the signature chili powder is full of umami flavors. Ingredients:  1 lb  Lean Ground Meat...
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Apple Stuffed Pumpkin

The first recorded English pumpkin pie was a whole pumpkin, cored and filled with spiced apples, then baked.  The recipe is a delicious return to tradition with a fully modern twist of flavor.   Ingredients: 1 4-5 lb pumpkin 1 tbsp butter or margarine, melted 2 tablespoons plus 1/3 cup brown sugar 4-5 cups sliced, peeled apples...
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Berbere Sweet Potato Curry

This dish is a perfect side for a Middle Eastern or African style spread.  Make sure to have a loaf of bread on hand- you’ll definitely want to finish off even the last drip of sauce! Note: to decrease level of heat, you can use less Berbere than called for; it’s strong enough to stand...
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