5 edition of Nutmeg, and a touch of spice found in the catalog.
Nutmeg, and a touch of spice
Includes bibliographical references (p. 52).
|Other titles||Story of Cairnhill Road|
|LC Classifications||DS610.9.C35 S53 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||99506918|
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Nutmeg is used in sweet baking, especially pumpkin pie and spice cakes, as well as being a common ingredient in Northern European sausage and stew recipes. In the South, a pinch of nutmeg is crucial to macaroni and cheese and stewed greens. Here is an exploration of the centuries-old desire for spice in food, in medicine, in magic, in religion, and in sex—and of the allure of forbidden fruit lingering in the scents of cinnamon, pepper, ginger, nutmeg, mace, and clove. We follow spices back through time, through history, myth, archaeology, and literature.
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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Collection of short stories by John Coll 4/5. ‘Nutmeg, and a Touch of Spice: The Story of Cairnhill Road’ (First edition) by Sharon Siddique Share this page This book is part of a collection owned by John Bastin, a renowned scholar and historian.
He has written many books and articles on the history of Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia and is also the leading authority on Sir. Perhaps a more accurate title for this book would be “Tough Nuts: The East India Companies and the Anglo-Dutch Rivalry for Control of the Spice Trade.” It is difficult to exaggerate the value and influence of the spice trade to Western Europe in the early seventeenth century.
Clove, mace and especially nutmeg are finicky s: Nutmeg is the seed or ground spice of several species of the genus Myristica. Myristica fragrans (fragrant nutmeg or true nutmeg) is a dark-leaved evergreen tree cultivated for two spices derived from its fruit: nutmeg, from its seed, and mace, from the seed is also a commercial source of an essential oil and nutmeg butter.
The California nutmeg, Torreya californica, has a seed of. Nutmeg is a spice derived from the seed of Myristica fragrans, a type of tree that is native to Indonesia. Potential health benefits of this spice include decreased pain and inflammation, better brain and heart health, improved sleep, and enhanced digestion.
However, this common holiday spice is best consumed in moderation. This Academic IELTS Reading post focuses on solutions to IELTS Cambridge 15 Reading Test 1 Reading Passage 1 entitled 'Nutmeg – a valuable spice'. This is a targeted post for IELTS candidates who have major problems finding out and understanding Reading Answers in the AC module.
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A Touch of Spice. Fanis grows up to become an excellent cook and uses his cooking skills to spice up the lives of those around him. 35 years later he leaves Athens and travels back to his birthplace of Istanbul to reunite with his grandfather and his first love; he travels back only to realize that he forgot to put a little bit of spice in his Reviews: Nutmeg comes from the seed of the Myristica frangans tree, a tall evergreen species native to the Banda Islands, which are part of Indonesia's Moluccas or Spice Islands.
The inner kernel of the nutmeg seed can be ground into nutmeg, while the aril (the outer lacy covering) yields another spice. Beloved cookbook author and teacher Noorbanu Nimji is back with a new cookbook. The three previous volumes in the A Spicy Touch cookbook series were published inand and can be found in all corners of the globe.
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England’s solution would be to take over the trade, thus beginning the “Spice Wars.” The “Spice Wars” would span a two-hundred-year period, and. Nathaniel's Nutmeg Giles Milton Sceptre, £, pp. Buy it at BOL. This book has been marketed within an inch of its life. First, there is the not-so-modish title.
Mace doesn't get much love anymore, which is a big shame. In the golden age of the spice trade, mace strode across the skin of the world just like its cousin nutmeg. But it seems the modern age only has room for one magical sweet spice that seems to.
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In this joyous, modern fable, only those with goodness of heart can see the elusive vision. On the Caribbean island called the "Isle of Spice," there was a lake with a nutmeg grove nearby.
On the lake, some said, live the Nutmeg Princess -- but she would only appear when the nutmeg was ready for picking, and the sweet smell of the spice filled the air. A Touch of Spice (Greek: Πολίτικη Κουζίνα/Politiki Kouzina) is a Greek film directed by Tassos Boulmetis and starring Georges Corraface as the character of the adult Fanis Iakovides.
The character of Fanis Iakovides as a child is played by Markos Osse and the supporting role of Fanis's grandfather, Vassilis, is played by Tassos Bandis.We are familiar with nutmeg as a ubiquitous spice in fall desserts, often in combination with cinnamon, as well as the flavoring in eggnog.
But this warm spice also has a very interesting composition and history. First, nutmeg is actually not one spice, but two; mace is derived from the nutmeg fruit, as it is the outer covering of the nutmeg seed.
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