Top Rated Spice Recipes

Watermelon is actually packed with lycopene, almost twice that of a tomato. It increases metabolism, and is loaded with vitamins A and C. Read more about 15 Superfruit Juices You Need to Start Drinking.
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This loin of pork gets two doses of flavor — the first during the overnight brine, and the second the rub it’s seared and roasted in. Only a few simple steps result in an incredibly delicious and flavorful pork loin that’s great for large crowds and will easily become the star of your holiday meal.
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Spice things up this barbecue season with adding masalas to your chicken recipe! The yogurt and turmeric result in a tender, succulent chicken and the yogurt in particular balances the spices in this dish.   Need inspiration for what other seasonings to add to your grilled chicken? Click here to see our Best Grilled Chicken Recipes.
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Spiked or virgin, this fall drink will warm your spirits.
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Tequila king Patron released their latest spirit, Patron XO Café Incendio. The spirit combines the spicy, distinctive flavor of Mexican arbol chile with the rich, decadent essence of Criollo chocolate, brought together with the crisp, smooth taste of Patrón Silver tequila. It’s a spirit that is both spicy and sweet, making for fun cocktails that both surprise and delight. The Spice is Nice is enhanced with cinnamon syrup for a hint of fall flavor.
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Serve your guests this cocktail with the ultimate fall drink. Similiar to egg nog, this spirit is perfect for Thanksgiving! 
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Make this fall-favorite coffeehouse beverage at home with pumpkin pie spice and a few tablespoonfuls of canned pumpkin purée.
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Pretzel Crisps
Use a small ice cream scoop to create a uniform size crab dollop on your delicious pretzel crisp. For more Pretzel Pairings, click here!   
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Decadent and flavorful, this easy dessert recipe is the perfect finishing point to your Thanksgiving dinner. 
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Cinnamon Spiced Nuts
Put away the chips and try something healthy for a change. This healthy snack recipe is super tasty and also happens to be gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. I use a mixture of pine nuts, pecan halves, almands, macadamia nuts, and cashews, but feel free to get creative.
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This cream cheese spread has the flavors of fall holidays — pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, and pecans. Serve on bagels, muffins, or apple slices. Click here for Beyond Pumpkin: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes
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Spice Cookies
During the late 19th century, as part of their Protestant beliefs, the Templers arrived in Jerusalem from Europe and established the German colony, a picturesque little neighborhood southwest of the Old City that to this day feels unusually central European. This is the "civilized" part of town, where you go for a coffee and a slice of Sachertorte if you wish to escape the harsh Levantine reality. Germanic influences on the city's food are evident in Christian contexts — the famous Austrian hospice at the heart of the Old City serves superb strudels and proper schnitzels — but Czech, Austrian, Hungarian, and German Jews arriving in the city from the 1930s have also managed to stamp their mark, opening cafés and bakeries serving many Austro-Hungarian classics. Duvshanyot, round iced cookies, made with honey and spices, typically for Rosh Hashanah, are possibly a result of this heritage; they are similar to pfeffernüsse. These are very loosely inspired by duvshanyot, or pfeffernüsse. They are actually more closely related to an Italian spice cookie and are hugely popular on the sweet counter at Ottolenghi over Easter and Christmas. The recipe was adapted from the excellent The International Cookie Cookbook by Nancy Baggett.
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