A coat of burnt soot inside a cooking vessel, which has formed over repeated use, and which renders the surface non sticking.
Spice is a strong scented plant substance, a strong scent or something that adds flavor.
(Dial.) Garden vegetables eaten as a side dish
An essence, extract, etc. added to a food or drink to give it a certain taste
Any brine, vinegar, or spicy solution used to preserve or marinate food
A relish made of the grated root
A dark yellow to light olive brown.
(Archaic) Aroma; fragrance.
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A condiment consisting of a thick, smooth-textured, spicy sauce usually made from tomatoes.
Pepper is a smooth-skinned, soft-stemmed fruit, or a spicy seasoning made from grinding this fruit after it's dried.
A colorless or white crystalline salt in which a sodium atom (the cation) is bonded to a chlorine atom (the anion). This salt is found naturally in all animal fluids, in seawater, and in underground deposits (when it is often called halite ). It is used widely as a food seasoning and preservative. Also called common salt, sodium chloride, table salt. Chemical formula: NaCl.
The quality of a thing that is perceived through the sense of taste; flavor; savor
The edible stem, leaf, or root of Angelica archangelica.
Any of several perennial plants of the genus Sanguisorba of the rose family, some species of which have edible leaves used in salads or sauces.
An unidentified plant mentioned in the Bible as the source of twigs used for sprinkling in certain Hebraic purification rites.
A dish of meat or fish made with this
A relish, orig. East Indian, of chopped vegetables, mustard, vinegar, and hot spices
Any of a genus (Anagallis) of plants of the primrose family, esp. the scarlet pimpernel (A. arvensis), with red, white, or blue, starlike flowers which close in bad weather
A plant whose leaves, stems, or flowers are cooked and eaten or used as seasoning.
A tabasco pepper.
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