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Cornish game hens
Cornish game hens: Cornish game hens, a naturally smaller breed of chicken, are a cross between Plymouth Rock and...
Country ham
Country ham: Dry, salt-cured and aged between 90 and 180 days, country ham is the pork of choice when preparing...
Chunk light tuna
Chunk light tuna: Canned white tuna comes from the large albacore and can be high in mercury content. Chunk light tuna...
Chorizo
Chorizo: Chorizo, a spicy pork sausage seasoned with paprika and chili, is originally from Spain and is often used in...
Chocolate wafer cookies
Chocolate wafer cookies: Look for chocolate wafer cookies without any partially hydrogenated oils. Our two favorites...
Cajun seasoning
Cajun seasoning: Cajun seasoning is a spice blend that usually includes cayenne and black pepper, salt, thyme, garlic...
Cinnamon oil
Cinnamon oil: Used in candy making and baking, cinnamon oil can be found at bakerscatalogue.com.
Cod
Cod: Overfishing and trawling have drastically reduced the number of cod in the Atlantic Ocean and destroyed its sea...
Galangal
Galangal: Galangal is a fleshy root used as a seasoning in Southeast Asian cooking and is similar in appearance and...
Ginger juice
Ginger juice: Bottled ginger juice is available in most natural-foods stores and gourmet markets—or make your own by...
Garam masala
Garam masala: Garam masala is a blend of spices used in Indian cooking, usually including cardamom, black pepper,...
Goat cheese
Goat cheese: Goat cheese, also know as chèvre (French for goat), is earthy-tasting and slightly tart. Creamy fresh goat...
Graham crackers
Graham crackers: To avoid trans-fatty acids, look for brands of graham crackers that do not contain partially...
Guava nectar
Guava nectar: Guava nectar is available with bottled juices or in the Latin American section of most supermarkets.
French green lentils
French green lentils: French green lentils are smaller and firmer than brown lentils. They cook more quickly, too,...
Enoki mushrooms
Enoki mushrooms: Enoki mushrooms have long, thin stems and tiny button-sized caps. They have a delicate flavor and...
Evaporated milk
Evaporated milk: Canned evaporated milk—not to be confused with sweetened condensed milk—is a standard ingredient in...
Farmer cheese
Farmer cheese: Farmer cheese is a type of cottage cheese; most of the liquid is drained off, giving it a firm...
Farro
Farro: The grain farro (emmer wheat) has a satisfying chewy texture and nutty flavor. It can be used in baked goods and...
Dutch-process cocoa
Dutch-process cocoa: Dutch-process cocoa is treated with alkali to neutralize its natural acidity. This process...
Dry sea scallops
Dry sea scallops: Be sure to buy “dry” sea scallops (scallops that have not been treated with sodium tripolyphosphate,...
Flaxseed oil
Flaxseed oil: Flaxseed oil, pressed from flaxseeds, is a valuable source of omega-3 fatty acids. It is highly...
Kirsch
Kirsch: Kirsch (also called kirschwasser) is clear cherry brandy, commonly used as a flavor enhancer in fondue and...
Instant flour
Instant flour: Instant flour, such as Wondra, creates an especially light, crisp crust on sautéed fillets of meat or...
Jalapeño jelly
Jalapeño jelly: You can find jalapeño jelly in specialty stores and with other jams and jellies in large supermarkets....
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