Top Rated Spice Recipes

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Mulled Wine
Warm up your Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving Day celebration with this mandarin spice mulled wine. Rich brandy and citrusy juices from mandarin oranges help to give a bold twist to this standard cold-weather drink.This recipe is courtesy of Urban Accents.
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Spiced Cider
Spiked or virgin, this fall drink will warm your spirits.
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The exotic, sweet and spicy flavor of Saigon cinnamon is much stronger and darker than regular supermarket cinnamon. Sometimes called Vietnamese cinnamon, this spiced cider drink created by Stephanie Brown of The Lounge at L’Ermitage in Beverly Hills gets extra depth from the spice, along with the addition of nutmeg and clove. “Saigon cinnamon comes from an evergreen tree and is primarily used for its bark which has a beautiful aroma and flavor,” says Brown. “Saigon cinnamon is primarily produced in Vietnam, and has the highest content of flavor out of the cinnamon family which is why it is the most logical choice for a delcious cider!”"    
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Deep Eddy
The tangy bright flavor of Deep Eddy Cranberry Vodka practically screams the holiday season. This martini brings the flavors of the table straight to your martini glass.  This recipe is courtesy of Deep Eddy Vodka.
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Featuring clove-infused Tequila, “this cocktail reminds us of the holidays but with somewhat untraditional ingredients,” says Jessica Bray, bartender at the Red Star Tavern in Portland, Oregon. “It literally smells like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Using the Herradura Anejo was key because of the vanilla, bubble gum type aroma it already has, and the clove was a perfect match for it. Using the cinnamon sugar and agave nectar sweeten it up just enough to take the edge off,” Bray says.    
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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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Spiced Red Chocolate
The bourbon is this drink doesn’t necessarily make it healthy, but the sugar-free hot chocolate in the recipe makes it healthier than most. Swap out your average cup of cocoa for this sugar-free and spicy hot chocolate recipe.This recipe is courtesy of Jim Beam.
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STK Cocktail
The “Naughty or Spice” cocktail is the ultimate drink to sip on after a long, cold day, whether you were just at the Whitney Museum downtown or Bryant Park or Rockefeller Center uptown. The deep flavors of spiced rum and pear cider are perfect for a night of celebrating the holidays in NYC.
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Spiced Island Iced Tea
In need of a strong spring drink for a booze-loving crowd? This cocktail is as refreshing as it is strong.
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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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