Spice Alphabet – Seasoned Pioneers

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A is for Allspice a peppery mix

B is for Bahar in stews a great fix

C is for Celery the salt or the seed

D is for Dill the seed or the weed

E – Epazote for Mexican fish

F is for Fennel a liquorice wish

G is for Galangal to use in Thai curry

Harissa spice mix for a dip in a hurry

I is for Indian masala spice needs

J’s for Jalfrezi with fenugreek seeds

Kapee is our K a pungent shrimp smell

L and Lavender French rings a bell

M is for Mint Leaves in lamb and in stews

N is for Nutmeg, in sauces great news

Oregano is O in pasta a treat

P is for Paprika intense pungent heat

Quatre-épices our Q for more flavour

Ras el hanout in rice quite a raver

S is for Sumac its berries are fruity

T is for Turmeric a so sultry beauty

Unique are our packs with their silvery foil

Vanilla is V, a temptress so royal

W’s for Wasabi it knocks off your head

X is for Xmas what more can be said?

Y’s are the questions you have for our team?

Z is for Zahtar a sesame seed dream.

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