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  • cherry tomatoes
    cherry tomatoes

    Red, orange, yellow, or green, these round bite-size tomatoes are about an inch or less in diameter.

  • chervil

    Chervil, a close relative of parsley, is a aromatic, mild-flavored herb with a subtle anise flavor.

  • chicken breast cutlets
    chicken breast cutlets

    Thin sliced, boneless, skinless chicken breasts, chicken cutlets are quick cooking.

  • chicken broth

    To make chicken broth, you simmer fresh chicken meat (and sometimes bones), carrots, onions, celery, and a few aromatics, such as parsley, thyme, and peppercorns.

  • chicken legs

    Chicken legs consist of both the thigh and the drumstick and are referred to as chicken leg quarters if both pieces are still intact. Usually sold bone-in and skin-on, thighs and drumsticks also show up skinless, and, in the case of thighs, boneless as well.

  • baguette

    Probably one of the most identifiable types of artisan bread, the baguette is a traditional French food staple.

  • chicken stock

    Good stock is a real treasure for cooks, used as a base for soups, stews, and sauces. Chicken stock is made by covering chicken bones, aromatic vegetables, and herbs in a pot with cold water to cover, and simmering.

  • chicken thighs

    Chicken thighs are the top part of the chicken leg where it connects to the body (as opposed to the drumstick, which is the bottom half).

  • chicken wings

    Chicken wings are just what they sound like. Fried, roasted or grilled, they make a fabulous appetizer.

  • chickpeas

    The pleasantly nutty flavor and creamy texture of this tan colored legume makes them a delightful addition to salads, soups, and stews and tossed with couscous and pasta.

  • chile-garlic sauce

    A chile sauce that’s a blend of chiles, garlic, salt, and vinegar. Similar to Asian chile pastes, the mixture is generally a little looser in consistency and often a little milder. Its...

  • chili powder

    When you see a spice jar labeled simply "chili powder," it's actually a mix of ground chiles with several spices like oregano, garlic powder, and cumin.

  • chipotle chiles

    Chipotles are dried, smoked jalapeños; they have a sweet, smoky flavor.

  • chipotle chiles in adobo sauce

    Chipotles are dried, smoked jalapeños. Adobo is a tangy, slightly sweet red sauce. Put them together in a can and they become a versatile pantry staple. Use just the chipotles for intense smoky chile heat or just the sauce for a sour-sweet flavor and a slightly less fiery smoky heat.

  • chipotle chile powder

    Chipotle chile powder is made up purely of dried and ground chipotle chiles (as opposed to standard "chili powder," which is actually a mix of ground chiles with several spices like oregano, garlic...

  • chives

    An herb related to the leek and onion, chives contribute a refined hit of onion flavor, and their green color adds lots of eye appeal.

  • chorizo

    There are two distinct styles of this pork sausage: Spanish-style dry-cured chorizo, and Mexican-style fresh chorizo.

  • cilantro

    There's a reason this tender herb is so widely used around the world in Asian, Latin American, and Indian cuisines—it has the magical effect of brightening other flavors, cutting through richness, and cooling spicy heat when combined with other flavors in hundreds of ways.

  • cilantro root

    An essential flavor in Thai cooking, cilantro root is just what it sounds like, the roots of cilantro plants. Milder in flavor and aroma than their leafy tops, cilantro roots provide a delicate herbal note and a plush, moist texture to curry pastes, bringing pungent ingredients like chiles, garlic, and galangal into a harmonious, flavor-packed whole.

  • cinnamon

    Warm, tingly, sweet cinnamon is a spice recognized by just about anyone who has enjoyed French toast, a snickerdoodle, or an aptly named cinnamon bun. But is the spice true cinnamon or its more common relative, cassia? Only your spice merchant knows for sure; often both are labeled and sold as cinnamon. Made from rolled, pressed, and dried tree bark, both cinnamon and cassia have a pleasing, woody fragrance and sweet flavor in both stick and ground form.

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