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Pernod

Pernod
what is it?

Pernod is an anise-flavored liqueur from France, which lends a licorice-y flavor to whatever it's added to. It has a particular afffinity with seafood dishes. Classically used in bouillabaisse and oysters Rockefeller, it's also delicious added to mussel-cooking liquid and cream sauces for fish.

Of course, you can also drink it, as the French do: Fill a tall glass with ice and add one part Pernod to four parts water.

don't have it?

Other anise-flavored liqueurs, such as absinthe or Pastis, can lend a similar flavor to dishes, though the products are not identical; go slowly when substituting and adjust the amount to taste.

Comments (9)

Austin_Ayword writes: good for everyone. Posted: 5:16 am on July 9th

Lissa53 writes: nice Posted: 12:54 am on July 8th

Anna_Bloom writes: good one Posted: 5:39 am on July 6th

esteph6 writes: great Posted: 2:52 am on July 6th

Brettlii writes: awesome Posted: 4:54 am on July 3rd

nickmerce writes: very nice Posted: 2:40 am on April 30th

jamelee writes: thanx for share Posted: 1:55 am on March 20th

johnsonpaul writes: nice share Posted: 12:45 am on March 11th

DLE2 writes: What is Pernod? Your website provides a photo, but not a description. Posted: 9:50 am on September 3rd

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