Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 17, 2019
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World Spice at Home

Spices are exotic and mysterious so it’s no wonder that pepper once traded for a price above gold. A single whiff of one might evoke the spice bazaars of Morocco, another the lavender fields of Provence or the jungles of India. Herbalist Amanda Bevill, owner of World Spice Merchants near the Pike Place Market on Seattle’s waterfront, knows this well and, inspired by her store, she recently co-authored World Spice at Home with chef Julie Kramis Hearne. Published by Sasquatch Books, the cookbook contains 75 classic recipes that have been enhanced by 13 spice blends from around the world. Find out how to use dukkah from Egypt to perk up seafood and harissa from North Africa to fancy up roast chicken.

Recipes from the book