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Regardless of the meat, the spices that perfume each version tend to stay relatively similar to one another.
The mala spice mix uses ingredients that would be hard to come by commercially in America, so even if a home chef wanted to make their own blend or use whole spices, they wouldn’t be able to match the flavor.
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He basically attributes it to home cooks realizing that if they wanted the varied flavors available to them at restaurants, they’d have to up their spice game.
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A cook who cared would use only the freshest whole spices, or at least mix their own blends for rubs or marinades.
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They are always a great, safe way to add some spice to your boating adventure.
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Scotch wit is cutting, there is often a sarcastic thrust in it, sometimes even a little spice of malice.
It possessed just enough of the spice of danger, in this part of the run, to render it thoroughly enjoyable.
There was a spice of contempt in Chivey's tone which appeared rather to aggravate Señor Velasquez.
The spice-wood (laurus benzoin) and the pecan (carya olivformis) first occurred to-day.
Anywhere and everywhere, and for everything that happens or may happen, the poetic spice is rarely wanting.

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