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“Spices” is the first volume of this gift set, that traces the fascinating history of spices from their use in Ancient Greece and Rome, and their discovery by Europeans on their travels around the world, to their use today in cooking, perfume, and medicine. The second volume presents more than eighty different spices and blends—from mild or fragrant to extra-spicy and pungent—and explains their origins and common culinary uses. Useful tips include how to choose spices, mix your own blends, incorporate them into recipes, and conserve them for best results.

Each spice is identified by genus and species as well as its common name, and the book is completed with a guide of the best spice suppliers in the world. This attractive, two-volume gift set with ribbon closure will add flavor to any chef’s bookshelf and provide hours of inspiration in the kitchen.

Fabienne Gambrelle, the book’s author, has written numerous books including volumes on bread and on spices, published in her native French. Photographer Sophie Boussahba previously worked on the Flammarion gift set Tea. Marie-France Michalon is a food stylist who collaborates regularly with several French lifestyle magazines.  


About trovegeneralstore

TROVE GENERAL EST.2010 Trove General, located in Paoli, Pennsylvania, is a men's and women's clothing and accessories store, with a curated collection of home wares, books and apothecary. Stocking brands that value quality and craftsmanship, Trove merges aesthetic and authenticity with heritage brands such as Belstaff, Pendleton, Woolrich, Filson, Blundstone, and Dubarry, while also aiming to constantly introduce fresh brands and ideas suited for an outdoor lifestyle. Harkening back to the days of the original general store, Trove is rooted in it's location and community.. A place meant to make life simpler and more enjoyable. Welcomed feedback or inquires please email info@trovegeneral.com. 19 Paoli Shopping Center Paoli, PA 19301 Monday-Saturday: 10-5 Sunday: 12-5 P~ 484.320.8626
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