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(The Consumerist)   Are you correctly storing your herbs and spices to increase their shelf thyme? Here are some tips from a seasoned veteran   (consumerist.com) divider line 11
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2014-04-13 07:54:31 AM  
Sage advice.
 
2014-04-13 09:18:51 AM  
Plastic baggie in the roof tiles isn't good enough
 
2014-04-13 09:49:00 AM  
Subby will rue the day he made such a punny headline.
 
2014-04-13 10:12:42 AM  
The herb don' last long roun' here, mon
 
2014-04-13 10:26:47 AM  
I store everything in my ass just to be safe.
 
2014-04-13 12:15:41 PM  

AlwaysRightBoy: Subby will rue the day he made such a punny headline.


Now now, he's only cumin.
 
2014-04-13 04:01:48 PM  
So all you spice mavens.

One of the few things I miss about my ex-wife was a spice she knew about to put on middle eastern dishes. (Or Japanese rice dishes, but I am pretty sure it was middle eastern in origin.)

IIRC, it was purple, and it was just a little bit spicy. Not much. Just enough to give white rice some taste.

(And hey, I miss the kids too. I really miss the kids. It's actually pretty devastating to be without them. It's a bit of a shame really how we don't bother to enforce custody visitation orders.)

So any idea what this mystery purplish middle-eastern spice is?
 
2014-04-13 04:17:00 PM  
RoyBatty, what you're referring to is likely the stuff called "sumac".

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If you like, you can order it online

Nother purchase link, with pix

/I'm sorry for your family troubles :(
 
2014-04-13 05:08:43 PM  

Kittypie070: RoyBatty, what you're referring to is likely the stuff called "sumac".

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If you like, you can order it online

Nother purchase link, with pix

/I'm sorry for your family troubles :(


Thank you! Absolutely. I remember my initial "sumac? that's poisonous!" reaction.

Seriously, thanks.

(And thanks for the words about my family issues.)
 
2014-04-13 07:03:18 PM  
Your awful puns will curry no favor with the readers, subby!


 
2014-04-14 08:58:34 AM  

RoyBatty: So all you spice mavens.

One of the few things I miss about my ex-wife was a spice she knew about to put on middle eastern dishes. (Or Japanese rice dishes, but I am pretty sure it was middle eastern in origin.)

IIRC, it was purple, and it was just a little bit spicy. Not much. Just enough to give white rice some taste.

(And hey, I miss the kids too. I really miss the kids. It's actually pretty devastating to be without them. It's a bit of a shame really how we don't bother to enforce custody visitation orders.)

So any idea what this mystery purplish middle-eastern spice is?


She was so hot she had the ground cumin.
 
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