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Spice Up Your Life! A Tour Of our Best Spices Mix from Around the World
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How wonderfully clever nature is in that within its very seeds, roots and barks lie hidden an orchestra of flavors and when used efficiently provide us with an array of tantalizing tastes.

In Spice It Up, we have collected spice blend recipes representing distinct regions around the world. The great thing about these recipes is that for the most part there aren’t too many wild, unusual ingredients, but rather it is the combination of ingredients that the flavors differ.

Inside find the basics of using spices, including:
•what are spices
•a description of the most common spices with the best uses and pairing,
• a brief history of spices,
•The many health benefits,
•how to buy spices,
•how to store spices,
•how to mix spices.

Create the best spices mixes from:

•Africa like the Egyptian Dukkah Spice mix,
•Asia like Shichimi Togarashi,
•America and Caribbean like the Cajun Seasoning Mix,
•Europe like the Herbs of Provence blend
•Southeast Asia like the Biryani Spice Mix

The great beauty of these spice recipes is that you can quickly transform any dish you wish with a teaspoon full of one of these flavor blends. You can go to Tunisia with a sprinkle of Galat Dagga or head to Japan on the back of Shichimi Togarashi, or take a trip to Bali with a truly unique spice blend that will transform your chicken to island style.

Get ready to welcome all four corners of the earth into your kitchen!

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The Best Pasta Sauces: Favorite Regional Italian Recipes

by Ballantine Books
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Food writer, cooking teacher, and Milan native Micol Negrin has written the first cookbook to explore the best, most authentic Italian pasta sauce recipes from a regional perspective.
The culinary odyssey begins in northern Italy, where rich sauces are prepared with fresh cream or local cheese: Creamy Fontina Sauce with Crushed Walnuts and White Truffle Oil; Parmigiano Sauce with Fresh Nutmeg; Pine Nut and Marjoram Pesto.
Central Italy is known for sauces made with cured meats, sheep’s milk cheeses, and extra-virgin olive oil: Spicy Tomato, Onion, and Guanciale Sauce; Smashed Potato Sauce with Cracked Black Pepper and Olive Oil; Caramelized Fennel and Crumbled Sausage Sauce.
In southern Italy, simple, frugal ingredients meld into satisfying and delicious flavors: Sweet Pepper and Lamb Ragù with Rosemary; Fresh Ricotta Sauce with Diced Prosciutto; Spicy Cannellini Bean Sauce with Pancetta and Arugula.
The islands of Sicily and Sardinia take advantage of the bountiful seafood from the Mediterranean and game from the mountainous terrain: Pork Ragù with a Hint of Dark Chocolate and Cinnamon; Red Mullet Roe with Garlicky Bread Crumbs; Rich Lobster Sauce.
Negrin also provides a primer on saucing the Italian way, the basics for handmade pastas, the key to cooking pasta al dente, vital ingredients for every Italian kitchen, perfect wine pairings, and the best food shopping sources around the United States. Complete with mouthwatering color photographs and detailed maps of the various regions, The Best Pasta Sauces lets you travel to Italy without ever leaving your kitchen.

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