The Spice and Herb Bible

Presents information on and color photos of over one hundred alphabetized spices and herbs, covering their use, complements, purchase, and storage and providing a recipe with each; and explains how to make more than thirty-five spice blends ...

The Spice and Herb Bible

Author: Ian Hemphill

Publisher: Robert Rose Incorporated

ISBN: 9780778801467

Page: 606

View: 960

Presents information on and color photos of over one hundred alphabetized spices and herbs, covering their use, complements, purchase, and storage and providing a recipe with each; and explains how to make more than thirty-five spice blends.

The Spice and Herb Bible

There are also comprehensive and handy storage suggestions with details for every herb and spice. A full-circle culinary experience in the world of herbs and spices, this new edition is still the definitive reference in its field.

The Spice and Herb Bible

Author: Ian Hemphill

Publisher: Robert Rose

ISBN: 9780778804932

Page: 800

View: 593

The new edition of the IACP-award-winning book on spice. Cooks everywhere use spices and herbs to enhance food flavors and to create new taste combinations and sensations. From bay leaves to lemongrass to vanilla beans, a well-stocked kitchen must have a wide selection of herbs and spices. This expanded and completely revised new edition is the culmination of Ian Hemphill's lifelong experience in the spice industry. It is a fascinating and authoritative guide. Hemphill describes a wide range of global herbs and spices used in modern kitchens either alone or in wonderful blends. He completely demystifies the art of combining herbs and spices and home cooks can meet and enjoy a world of flavors previously found only at internationally inspired restaurants. He provides the "inside story" based on his extensive experience in this ancient and stimulating industry. The third edition features 6 new spice entries (for a total of 97), 102 new recipes, 33 new curry spice blends and 17 new spice blends. There is also a new and fascinating section, "Travels in the Spice Trade," that includes his personal anecdotes and travel stories. The interior pages have been completely redesigned and reorganized with full color throughout. All the entries are listed alphabetically with a detailed color photo of every herb and spice. There are also comprehensive and handy storage suggestions with details for every herb and spice. A full-circle culinary experience in the world of herbs and spices, this new edition is still the definitive reference in its field.

Spice Notes

Paperback release of a guide to culinary herbs and spices, first published 2000.

Spice Notes

Author: Ian Hemphill

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780732911560

Page: 497

View: 356

Paperback release of a guide to culinary herbs and spices, first published 2000. Covers the history of the spice trade and cultures and cuisines of the spice world. Provides detailed information on the herbs and spices used in today's cooking and over 50 recipes. Includes bibliography and index. Author managed a spice company in Singapore, was a senior manager for a multinational food company in Australia and currently runs a specialty spice shop in Sydney.

Just Add Spice

Beautifully photographed and packed with practical information, Just Add Spice is your guide to creating sophisticated, restaurant-style flavours with a minimum of fuss, expense and time.

Just Add Spice

Author: Lyndey Milan

Publisher: Lantern

ISBN: 9781921382109

Page: 217

View: 523

Spices are nature's gift to the home cook. They add depth, aroma and complexity to the simplest of foods, turning a barbecue into a feast and a family roast into a culinary event. Lyndey Milan, much-loved food and wine personality, and Ian 'Herbie' Hemphill, the king of spice, join forces to show you how to give ordinary dishes a flavour renovation with the simple addition of spice. Using nothing more exotic than the contents of the average spice rack, you will learn how to pep up pumpkin soup with curry paste and ginger; reinvent scrambled eggs with chilli and chorizo; and turn up the heat with a robust vindaloo curry. Learn how to match spices with ingredients, and unlock the secrets of successful spice mixes, such as garam masala, dukkah and Chinese five-spice. Discover the properties of different spices: the sweetness of cinnamon, the pungency of star anise, and the fieriness of chilli. and see how different cooking methods, from a slow simmer to a quick pan-fry, draw out these wonderful tastes and aromas. Follow the 'grog' notes to achieve what many of us find so difficult - the successful matching of spicy food with wine and beer. Beautifully photographed and packed with practical information, Just Add Spice is your guide to creating sophisticated, restaurant-style flavours with a minimum of fuss, expense and time. 'An excellent all-purpose guide for anyone keen on spicing up their meals.' Sun Herald

Florida s Best Herbs and Spices

Cornucopia II: A Source Book of Edible Plants. Vista, CA: Kampong Publications,
1998. Foley, Caroline, Jill Nice, and Marcus A. Webb. New Herb Bible. New York,
NY: Penguin Group, Penguin Putnam, 2002. Brill, Steve, and Evelyn Dean.

Florida s Best Herbs and Spices

Author: Charles R. Boning

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1561648426

Page: 200

View: 235

From unusual tropical spices to temperate herbs to native species, this guide covers plants that will succeed in every region with a focus on plants with culinary uses. *Detailed profiles of nearly 100 plants, ranging from unusual tropical species, to temperate herbs, to native species. *Range maps for each species and covers every region of the state. *Information on cultivation, harvest, and use of the plants. *Broad assortment of scent plants and describes growth habits and landscape uses and flowering characteristics for adding interest and color to the garden.

The Spice Diet

The Spice and Herb Bible, which is a valuable resource, gives approximate
proportions of the types of spices in a blend. As you create a blend, remember
that you want to satisfy all your taste buds so that you hit that bliss point. A
balanced ...

The Spice Diet

Author: Judson Todd Allen

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1538727420

Page: 320

View: 266

Celebrity chef Judson Todd Allen presents the diet that helped him lose 160 pounds, featuring 60 guilt-free recipes packed with powerhouse flavor created especially for The Spice Diet. When Steve Harvey wanted to get camera-ready before his hit television show launched, he turned to Chef Judson Todd Allen to help him. While enjoying the flavorful food Chef Judson prepared, Steve Harvey lost 30 pounds and has kept them off. Chef Judson's diet plan is heaven for food lovers. Using the principles of food science, he offers a way to eat that feels indulgent as it satisfies food cravings and reduces appetite. His program will not only help readers break their addiction to unhealthy foods without feeling deprived but will also inspire them to get into the kitchen to prepare irresistable, healthy meals. The Spice Diet provides a full weight-loss program that includes meal plans, creative spice blends, easy-to-prepare recipes, and a heaping helping of motivation.

Spices and Herb Recipes

Table of content* 11 Secret Herbs and Spices( Kfc Copycat)* Super Simple Chili Spice Mix (With Chili Recipe Instructions)* Shoarma Spice Mix* Spice and Herb Marinade* Blackening Spice Mix* Cretan Bread Rings With Herbs or Spices* Italian ...

Spices and Herb Recipes

Author: Heviz's

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781523994861

Page: 172

View: 177

Table of content* 11 Secret Herbs and Spices( Kfc Copycat)* Super Simple Chili Spice Mix (With Chili Recipe Instructions)* Shoarma Spice Mix* Spice and Herb Marinade* Blackening Spice Mix* Cretan Bread Rings With Herbs or Spices* Italian Parmesan Herb Mix* Greek Seasoning (Spice)* Saudi Kabsa Spice Mix* Apple Pie Spice* Pickling Spice* Herb Toasts* Turkey Injection Sauce With Honey, Herbs and Spice* Cheese Topping With Herbs and Spices* Mixed Spice - Traditional Old Fashioned English Pudding Spice* Substitution for Pumpkin Pie Spice* Mixed Spice( a Sweet Spice Mixture)* Pumpkin Spice* Baking Spice Blend Mix* Lindas Cajun Spice Mix* Baking Spice - Copycat Pampered Chef Cinnamon Plus Mix* Cajun Popcorn Spice* Spice Blend Recipes* Ras el Hanout Spice Mix* Mexican Blend Spice Mix* Taco Spices & Seasoning Mix by Todd Wilbur* Moroccan Spice Mix* Cajun Spice Rub* Pumpkin Pie Spice* Spice Islands Holiday Herb Baste for Turkey* Zesty Italian Dressing Spice Mix* 5 Spice Sugar* Scottish Mixed Spice* Berbere Spice Mix (Ethiopian)* 11 Herbs and Spices* Garlic Herb Butter* Arabic 7 Seven Spice (Bokharat)* Jamaican Spice Mixture* Gyros Spice Mix with a kick* Tandoori Masala (Spice Mix)* Ginger Spice* Green Herb Seasoned Salt* North African Ras El Hanout Spice Mix* Herb-Rice Mix* Baharat Aka Middle East Mixed Spices - the Real Mix* Chinese Five-Spice Powder* Cooked Vegetables Spice Mix* Tandoori Spice Blend* Roasted Garlic & Pearl Onions With Herbs* Cajun Spice Blend* Bulk KFC Original Recipe Seasoning (Copycat)* Five-Spice Powder* British Apple Pie Spice Mix* Cajun Spice* Spice Paste (Berbere)* Fortnum and Masons Authentic Scotch Eggs With Sausage and Herbs* Herb Salt Substitute* Green Tomatoes with Indian Spices* Sweet Spice Blend* Dukka - Egyptian Spice Mix* Gingerbread Spice Mixture* Southwest Spice Blend* Classic Arabian Kabsa Spice Mix from the Spice Route* Spice Mix for Pork or Chicken* Mexican Spice Blend* Great Canadian Steak Spice* Steak Rub Spice Mixture* Garam Masala - Aromatic Kashmiri Spice Blend for Spicy Cooking!* Herb Seasoning* Herbes De Provence - Simple Spice Mix from Vegetarian Times* Heavenly Pumpkin Pie Spice* Flavoured Aromatic Herb and Fruit Oil* Tabil-Tunisian Spice Mix* My Favorite Cajun or Blackening Spice* Spice Mix for Fried Potatoes* Bo-Kaap Cape Malay Curry Powder - South African Spice Mixture* Eritrean Berbere (Red Pepper Spice Mixture)* Garam Masala recipe* Garam Masala recipe* Mexican Spice Mixture* Another Cajun Spice Mix* Golden Spice Mix* Cajun Spice Mix* Sicilian Popcorn Spice* Mixed Spice* Indian Spice Mix* Xinjiang Spice Mix* Chinese 5 Spice* Indian Butter Chicken (From the Spice and Herb Bible)* Pizza Flavor Herb and Spice Blend* Exceptional Pumpkin Pie Spice* "Fish Herb Crust"* Chinese Take-Out: Chinese Five Spice Powder* Clean Eating Ras El Hanout Moroccan Spice Mix* Herb Irish Soda Bread* Homemade Five-Spice Powder* Ras El Hanout a Moroccan Spice Blend by Rachael Ray* Panch Phoron, Bengali Five-Spice

Spicery

The authors share their knowledge and experience in the spice trade.

Spicery

Author: Ian Hemphill

Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing

ISBN: 9781740661690

Page: 183

View: 582

The authors share their knowledge and experience in the spice trade. They take the reader on a voyage of discovery that will demonstrate how easy it is to choose and use some 30 plus popular spices with some 100 recipes and blends that are packed with flavour and aroma.

Spice Travels

Account of the author's travels around the world following spice routes and uncovering the secrets of the ancient spice trade.

Spice Travels

Author: Ian Rupert Hemphill

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780732911515

Page: 227

View: 280

Account of the author's travels around the world following spice routes and uncovering the secrets of the ancient spice trade. He travels from India to Zanzibar to Turkey, as well as Mexico and South America, to investigate the areas where spices are grown and traded. Includes colour photos. Author managed a spice company and now owns a spice shop in Sydney, which was the winner of the 2000 Australian Gourmet Traveller Jaguar Award for Excellence for Innovation in Produce. Previous book is 'Spice Notes: A Cook's Compendium of Herbs and Spices'.

The Bar Cart Bible

Making your own infusions is easy, because alcohol does a great job of
extracting flavors from fruit, vegetables, spices, herbs, and fats. Give it a try! Basic
Infusion Recipe Start with Small Eatches There's no need to use full Washed fruit,
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The Bar Cart Bible

Author: Adams Media

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1507201176

Page: 232

View: 854

The Recipe for the Perfect Bar Cart! Like with any good drink, the secret to creating a winning bar cart is to understand its components. The Bar Cart Bible breaks down these elements and provides you with the necessary information, including: 300+ cocktail recipes Bottles to have on hand A glassware guide Required equipment Measurement charts Definitions of bartending terminology Garnish suggestions Mixology tips 4 pieces of frame-ready, decorative art Now isn't it time for a drink?

The Mystery of Herbs and Spices

That?s all. But, since the human race began to dream, the story of spices has enchanted our fantasy as well. Where do they come from? Why are they so enticing? In what new ways can we use them? This is a book of discovery.

The Mystery of Herbs and Spices

Author: James Moseley

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1599268647

Page: 195

View: 167

The Mystery of Herbs and Spices offers 53 tell-all biographies of celebrated spices and herbs. Tales of war, sex, greed, hedonism, cunning, exploration and adventure reveal how mankind turned the mere need for nourishment into the exaltation of culinary arts. Is it a spice or herb? Where does it come from and what causes its taste? What legends or scandals embellish it? To what curious uses has it been put? How can you use it today? Neither a cookbook nor dry scholarship, the book employs anecdotes and humor to demystify the use and character of every spice or herb. Sample chapters from The Mystery of Herbs and Spices follow. INTRODUCTION ?Better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a fatted calf with hatred.? ? Proverbs 15:17 Herbs and spices. They impart glory to food, and variety to life. They are what separate the mere cook from the gourmet. But they can be confusing. What is the difference between a herb and a spice? What foods do they go with? And don?t you feel silly, not knowing if you are supposed to say ?herb? or ?erb?? You might think a gourmet, who understands such things, is a sort of wizard ? that?s what people thought in the Middle Ages, when users of herbal medicines were accused of witchcraft and burnt! But to people who grow up in India or Thailand, exotic spices are common. They use a wealth of seasonings as casually as we scatter ketchup and pepper. Cooking with cardamom or cumin might seem a mystery of subtle kitchens, but did you know that ordinary pepper was once precious and rare? If you lived in Europe seven hundred years ago, you could pay your rent or taxes in peppercorns, counting them out like coins. You could have bought a horse for a pound of saffron; a pound of ginger would get you a cow; and a pound of nutmeg was worth seven fat oxen. If you were an exceptionally lucky bride, your father might give you peppercorns as a dowry. Now consider how casually we dash a bit of pepper over a fried egg today! Like anything else, herbs and spices are easy to use when you are familiar with them. But, like nothing else, the story of spices is laced with adventure. Ferdinand Magellan launched the first voyage around our planet. By the time he reached the Pacific Ocean, he had been out of touch with civilization for a year. Sailing from the west coast of South America, he headed out onto a briny desert of burning glass. He had no maps. He had no radio. He had ridiculously small and leaky ships. He was going where no one had ever gone before. The hissing swells of the Pacific would take him four frightening months to cross, without laying eyes once on land. There would be nothing like this adventure for another five hundred years ? not until our exploration of space. Magellan died out there in the unknown. Only eighteen of his 237 sailors straggled back to Spain. What did they have to show for it? Silver? Gold? Scientific discoveries? No?nutmegs and cloves! Twenty-six tons of them ? enough to pay for the entire cost of the voyage and make a profit of 500 gold ducats for every shareholder. No one doubted for one second that the whole adventure had been worth it! Spices. They enhance our food. That?s all. But, since the human race began to dream, the story of spices has enchanted our fantasy as well. Where do they come from? Why are they so enticing? In what new ways can we use them? This is a book of discovery. Unfurl your sails, like Magellan, and follow the fragrance of spices and herbs to their source, gather their lore, and let them not only season your cooking, but enrich your enjoyment of life. PETER PIPER If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick? It might seem funny now, but it wasn?t funny at the time. Pierre Poivre of Lyons, France, otherwise known as Peter Pepper or Peter Piper, was a real person. Born in 1719, he started his career as a Christian missionary, and founded a bank in Vietnam. In 1766 he became Governor of Isle de France (Mauritius), the French colony far off the southeast coast of Africa. The eponymous tongue-twister made fun of the Pierre?s hare-brained schemes. On his lovely but lonely tropical island, far from the glitter of Paris, Peter Piper watched Dutch ships freighting precious cargoes of cloves, nutmeg, and cinnamon right under his nose from the Far East to Amsterdam. The spice trade created fabulous wealth. Spices were cheap to grow. They were compact and lightweight, so that huge loads could be crammed into a ship?s hold. Prices in Europe were high, so that an Indiaman could realize a 4,000 per cent profit in a single voyage! No other cargo could compare. Now why, thought Peter Piper, couldn?t those spices be grown in his colony? Of course, the Dutch wouldn?t just hand them over. But if one could sneak into the Dutch colony of Indonesia and smuggle out a seedling or two ? what wealth for France! What gloire for Pierre Poivre! And he did it. In 1769, Governor Poivre equipped two fast ships that slipped through the Dutch blockade into a lonely harbor on the island of Jibby in the Moluccas. The French expedition persuaded the local rajah to sell sixty clove plants. The Dutch found out, but could not outsail the swift French corsairs. Two of the pilfered trees bore fruit in 1775. In 1776, Peter Piper presented the first French-grown cloves to His Christian Majesty, King Louis XVI. Cloves were planted in the other French colonies of Reunion, Cayenne, and Martinique. But historical events foiled Peter?s Piper?s plan for a new French monopoly. Napoleon occupied Holland in 1800. In a counter-move, France?s enemy, England, seized the Dutch colonies in the East. They sent clove and nutmeg plants to the British colonies of Malacca and Ceylon, to the West Indian islands of St. Vincent, Trinidad, Grenada, and, in Africa, to Zanzibar, which became the most important source of cloves on earth, even to this day. So the greatest harvest of Peter Piper?s pilfered plants came long after he left Mauritius in 1776. And what glory did Peter Piper get? An inaccurate nursery rhyme about picking pickled peppers! CINNAMON AND CASSIA The Greeks thought that cassia, cinnamon?s cousin, was collected from a swamp infested by giant, shrieking bats. Cinnamon is probably the oldest spice known to man. Twenty-five centuries before Christ, Pharaoh Sankhare sent a sailing expedition down the African Coast looking for it. And Moses used cinnamon to make the anointing oil of Hebrew worship. Herodotus wrote that somewhere near the fabled city of Nosa in Arabia, giant birds made nests of cinnamon sticks. Cinnamon harvesters would lay carcasses of donkeys and oxen out for the birds, who would swoop down and carry the meat up to their nests. The weight of these carcasses would snap bits off the nests, and the cinnamon hunters would gather the scattered cinnamon quills below. The Greeks also thought that cassia, cinnamon?s cousin, was collected from a swamp infested by giant, shrieking bats. Tragically, neither story was true. Arab merchants spread these tall tales to keep their sources of cinnamon secret, for Europeans dreamed of finding the source of this spice. Diodorus, the Sicilian historian who flourished in 50 BC, wrote tantalizingly that there was so much cinnamon in Arabia that Bedouins used it for campfires! Although both cinnamon and its close cousin, cassia, are mentioned often in the Bible, neither ever grew in the Holy Lands. From the faraway tropics of Asia, daring Indonesian sailors followed seasonal winds, called monsoons, to the coast of Africa. Their cinnamon cargo was freighted by Arab sailors up to the Red Sea, or carted by land caravans through Kenya, 2,000 miles along the Nile, until it reached the Mediterranean shores. Cassia, which is so like cinnamon but grows in China, was packed along the famous Silk Route, from South China, through the Gobi Desert, over the Himalayas, and to Antioch, Syr

The Herbal Bible

With this book in hand a reader can learn how ordinary herbs & spices - thyme, garlic, anise, chamomile & others - have been used to remove minor ailments & distress.

The Herbal Bible

Author: Michael A. Weiner

Publisher: Quantum Books (CA)

ISBN: 9780912845067

Page: 307

View: 968

With this book in hand a reader can learn how ordinary herbs & spices - thyme, garlic, anise, chamomile & others - have been used to remove minor ailments & distress. Each herb or spice is carefully profiled, including antique botanical illustrations, to underline its major medicinal property. Here in THE HERBAL BIBLE are all the plant remedies, drugs & spices that nature provides from its own well-stocked medicine cabinet."A-Z Ailment Index." "Naturopathic Healing guide."

Herbaceous

Packed with practical information on growing and using herbs in an accessible A-Z format.

Herbaceous

Author: Elizabeth Hemphill

Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing

ISBN: 9781740660129

Page: 167

View: 812

Packed with practical information on growing and using herbs in an accessible A-Z format. All the popular culinary herbs such as parsley, rosemary and coriander are included, and information is given for their cultivation in the garden to cooking in the kitchen.

A Dictionary of the Bible

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is formed term of spices , " or " sweet odours , " in accordance either into lumps or
slender pieces ... See Scripture Herbal , p . 33. ... 2 , denotes spice of any kind .

A Dictionary of the Bible

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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A Dictionary of the Bible Red Sea Zuzims

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and is formed term of " spices , ” or “ sweet odours , " in accordance either into
lumps or slender pieces ... See Scripture Herbal , p . ... 2 , denotes spice of any
kind .

A Dictionary of the Bible  Red Sea Zuzims

Author: William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 416

A Dictionary of the Bible Red Sea Zuzims

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slender pieces ... See Scripture Herbal , . ... 2 , denotes spice of any kind .

A Dictionary of the Bible  Red Sea Zuzims

Author: Sir William Smith

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 474

The Unbakery

Ifyou are fascinated by different cuisines and cultures, a good book such as Spice
Notes by Ian and Kate Hemphill(or their new edition The Spiceand Herb Bible) is
invaluable. Herbspack freshflavours intoadish while also providing youwith ...

The Unbakery

Author: Megan May

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1925266370

Page: 280

View: 116

Unbelievably delicious plant-based food. Unadulterated. Uncooked. The Unbakery is a treasure trove of more than 150 ideas for raw plant-based food so yummy you won't miss that it's not cooked. From Mexican Tacos with Chimichurri and Salsa to a heavenly - and yes, good for you! - Blueberry Cheesecake, here are inspirational recipes for incorporating more fresh fruit and vegetables into your diet. All recipes are free from gluten, dairy and cane sugar; all are achievable, unfussy and seriously delicious. Get back to nature and enjoy beautiful plant-based food, uncooked. Megan May is the chef/owner of award-winning Auckland cafes Little Bird Organics and The Unbakery.