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Anasazi Beans

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    Anasazi Beans

    Anasazi beans have stunning burgundy and cream-color speckles, and are the size and shape of a small pinto bean. Ananazi is the Navajo word for “the ancient ones,” cliff-dwelling Native...

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    Ancho Chile Powder

    Ancho chile powder is made up purely of dried and ground ancho chiles (as opposed to standard "chili powder," which is actually a mix of ground chiles with several spices…

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    Ancho Chiles

    An ancho is a dried poblano chile. It has a mild to medium heat with a sweet fruity flavor with hints of cherry, prune, and fig.

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    Anchovies

    Anchovies are tiny fish from the waters of southern Europe. Though they can be eaten fresh, they're generally filleted, cured and packed in oil or salt.

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    Anchovy Paste

    Anchovy paste is a mixture of ground anchovies, vinegar, spices, a small amount of sugar and water, and is sold in tubes or tins at most supermarkets.

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    Andouille Sausage

    Spicy, smoky andouille sausage is a hallmark in Cajun dishes such as gumbo and jambalaya.

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    Angel Hair Pasta

    Angel hair pasta is a long, thin dried pasta, in essence a very thin spaghetti. It's best paired with light, olive-oil-based sauces.

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    Aniseed

    Native to the Middle East, aniseed is grey-brown in color and oval shaped, and it tastes deeply of licorice.

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    Anisette Liqueur

    Anisette is a French, aniseed-infused liqueur, with a sweeter flavor and lower alcohol content than other anise-infused liqueurs.

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    Annatto

    Annatto is a common Mexican spice