Badia Cinnamon Sticks9 oz. (255.1 g) Badia Cinnamon Sticks, one of the oldest spices known, has a fragrant aroma and wonderful flavor. It is used mainly for desserts, fruit preparations and beverages, but can also be used in meat stews, rice and vegetables. Cinnamon blends well with Almond Extract, Anise, Celery Salt, Chamomile Tea, Cloves, Nutmeg, Poppy Seed, Sesame Seed, and Turmeric. Cinnamon is a good seasoning for red meat, pickles, relishes, preserves, cooked vegetables, fruits, rice, sauces and desserts. Cinnamon is traditional in Mexican, Caribbean and North American cuisines. The North American continent is extremely far-reaching, enriched by the cultural diversity of this land made up of immigrants from all over the world. Its fast-paced rhythm and the industrial development have highlighted in this region the modality of fast foods, but the famous hamburgers and hot dogs are accompanied by exquisite dishes and a diversity of cuisines that showcase the continent's culinary richness, from East to West and from North to South. In the Northeast, seafood has a leading role. Nothing compares to a Maine lobster or the famous Clam Chowder, prepared with clams, cream, herbs, potatoes, onions, salt and pepper. From Canada, we receive a rich tradition of cured meats, jams and its famous maple syrup that accompanies salted meals as well as pancake towers for breakfast. In the province of Quebec and its biggest city Montreal, a French influence is evidenced by the typical gastronomy known as Poutinee, which is made up of French fries, meat sauce and pieces of cheese. In the Southeast, peanuts, pecans, Georgia peaches and Florida's sweet oranges are famous. Heading to the Gulf Coast, the art of fine cuisine has its most important expressions in New Orleans, where the African and French backgrounds are combined in Cajun and Creole cuisine. It's full of flavors, colors and spices.
Herb Type: cinnamon
Product Title: Badia Cinnamon Sticks, 9-Ounce
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