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    Rhubarb

    Rosy-red, sweet-tart rhubarb is a harbinger of spring, the first fruit to come into season. Actually, though it's usually treated as a fruit and used mainly in desserts, rhubarb is…

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    Pure Vanilla Extract

    Pure vanilla extract, made by macerating vanilla beans in an alcohol-water mixture, is an easy way to add vanilla flavor to baked goods, as it mixes easily into batters.

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    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…

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    Baking Soda

    Baking soda is a white, water-soluble powder also known as sodium bicarbonate or bicarbonate of soda.

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    Sour Cream

    Cream that has soured by the action of lactic-acid bacteria, sour cream is thick and has a slight tang.

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    Red Potatoes

    Red-skinned potatoes (as well as round whites) are considered "waxy;" slice into one, the flesh looks translucent and firm. Though not all red potatoes are "new" (they can only be…

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    Jalapeno Chiles

    The classic Tex-Mex hot chile and one of the world's best-known.

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    Black Beans

    These small, glossy purplish-black beans are one of the hundreds of varieties of the common bean.

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    Cumin

    Cumin is the dried seed of the herb Cuminum cyminum, a member of the parsley family. Cumin seeds which resemble caraway seeds, are oblong, ridged, and yellow-brown in color. Cumin…

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    Canned Diced Tomatoes

    When fresh tomatoes are out of season, diced canned tomatoes make an excellent and convenient substitute in sauces, soups, side dishes, and even salsas.

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    Garlic

    Countless recipes begin with the step of sautéing a little garlic because the cloves of this edible bulb (a member of the lily family) are so very flavorful.

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    Sea Salt

    Sea salt is salt that is harvested from the evaporation of sea water (as opposed to mined salt).

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    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.

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    Oregano

    Oregano is a warm, aromatic herb used widely in Italian, Greek, and Latin American cooking.

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    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…

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    Crabmeat

    Already-picked, fresh crabmeat is a convenient option when you don't have the time or inclination to cook and pick whole crabs.

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    Mayonnaise

    Mayonnaise is a thick, creamy white condiment made by emulsifying oil, egg yolks, and some form of acid—usually vinegar or lemon juice.

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    Dijon Mustard

    Originally from Dijon, France, Dijon mustard is a condiment made from mustard seeds, white wine, grape must, and seasonings.

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    Old Bay Seasoning

    Old Bay seasoning is spice mix traditionally used to flavor seafood, particularly crabs and shrimp

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    Lemons

    A bright yellow citrus fruit, tart lemons brighten both sweet treats and savory dishes.

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    Breadcrumbs

    Breadcrumbs are an amazingly versatile ingredient. They can thicken, add bulk, and bind or they can serve as a crunchy coating or topping.

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    Flat-leaf Parsley

    One of two common varieties of parsley (the other is curly).

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    Coriander

    Round, tan, papery seeds of the cilantro plant, coriander has a warm, spicy-sweet scent and flavor that's slightly lemony, warm, and piny with a whiff of caraway.

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    Ginger

    Though often referred to as a root, ginger is actually a rhizome of a tropical plant.

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    Onions

    Yellow onions are all-purpose onions. Since they are inexpensive and readily available, they're used more than any other type. They have the strongest flavor of all the globe onions, so…

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    Canola Oil

    A light, mild-tasting oil that's popular for cooking because of its high monounsaturated fat content and neutral flavor.

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    Turmeric

    Turmeric is a relative of ginger. Both the rhizome and the leaves of the turmeric plant are edible, but it’s the rhizome that’s most widely used. The small, knobby rhizome…

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    Cayenne

    Cayenne is a very hot red chile generally sold whole and dried or dried and ground into cayenne powder.

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    Coconut Milk

    An emulsion of coconut meat in water, coconut milk is an essential ingredient in Southeast Asian dishes.

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    Black Peppercorns

    Black peppercorns come in many varieties with varying degrees of heat and flavor complexity.

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    Cauliflower

    Cauliflower, like broccoli and cabbage, is a member of the healthful cruciferous vegetable family. Usually white to pale yellow in color, it’s comprised of florets in stalks that come together…

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    Sweet Potatoes

    Sweet, moist, and typically orange, this root vegetable is often and incorrectly called a yam.

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    Tomatoes

    Technically a fruit (but treated as a vegetable) tomatoes are a hallmark of summer, ripening on vines in gardens everywhere. Juicy and often sweet, Tomatoes come in a wide range…

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    Carrots

    This root vegetable is the workhorse of the kitchen. When used raw, carrots make a crisp and refreshing salad. When cooked, their sweetness intensifies and they become tender. Along with…

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    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.

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    Spinach

    The most versatile of cooking greens, spinach is great blanched and creamed, sautéed with brown butter, or wilted and tossed with pasta. Or use it raw in a spinach salad.

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    Limes

    Small green citrus fruit. There are two main varieties: the Persian, or Tahiti, Lime and the Key lime. The most common (and widely-available) is the Persian lime which is about…

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