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Collaboration: Cinnamon

chesapeake cioppino with OLD BAY

Orange Roasted Salmon Side with Barley Pilaf

Recipe type: Entrees
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chesapeake cioppino with OLD BAY

Butternut Squash Soup Shots

Recipe type: Soups
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chesapeake cioppino with OLD BAY

Farro “Rice” Pudding w/ Mulled Apple Cider

Recipe type: Desserts
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Entrees

Orange Roasted Salmon Side with Barley Pilaf

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Who says the side dish can’t be a star? This untraditional pilaf is built upon mild whole grain barley, and layered with intense flavors like tart barberries, caramelized sweet potato, sharp raw scallions and warm toasty spices.

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Recipe type: Entrees
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Soups

Butternut Squash Soup Shots

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A creamy soup made of sweet butternut squash—garnished with crunchy, toasted pecans and buttery croutons—comes together thanks to some classic pie spices, a pinch of heat, and lots of warm cinnamon.

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Recipe type: Soups
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Desserts

Farro “Rice” Pudding w/ Mulled Apple Cider

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The comfort food classic gets a modern makeover by swapping out white rice for the nutty ancient grain, farro. Keep it rooted in tradition by pairing it with a mug of warm, mulled cider.

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Recipe type: Desserts
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Cinnamon:
Did You Know?

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Cinnamon:<br>Did You Know?
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Fun Fact 1

Fun Fact #1

Cinnamon starts as the bark of the cinnamon tree.
Fun Fact #2

Fun Fact #2

To reach its peak flavor a cinnamon tree needs to mature for up to 20 years.
Fun Fact #3

Fun Fact #3

Cinnamon’s intense flavor, color and aroma come from high levels of volatile oils.
Fun Fact #4

Fun Fact #4

The main flavor component is cinnamic aldehyde; which gives it its characteristic sweet, red-hot aroma and flavor.
Fun Fact #5

Fun Fact #5

Too much or too little moisture produces inferior cinnamon.

SOURCING CINNAMON

  1. We are the only global brand with a facility in Indonesia, ensuring the highest quality of cleaning, sorting and proper drying.
  2. McCormick has year-round “on the ground” resources conducting crop surveys, reporting in on weather and supporting farmers.
  3. We test bark samples from dozens of farmers to determine which has the purest aroma and flavor.
  4. Once sorted and bagged, McCormick cinnamon never again touches human hands.
McCormick Cinnamon is primarily sourced from Indonesia.read moreCinnamon:<br>Did You Know?Cinnamon:<br>Did You Know?

Sourcing

McCormick Cinnamon is primarily sourced from Indonesia.read moreCinnamon:<br>Did You Know?
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UNIQUELY CHESAPEAKE: OYSTERS & OLD BAY

While famous for blue crabs, clams and some of the finest oysters to be found in North America, the Chesapeake Bay region gives us more than just superlative seafood - it's also home to its ideal companion, OLD BAY Seasoning. Inspired by both the region's bounty and its legendary local seasoning, Chef Gary Patterson of McCormick shares variations on a few classic dishes that are All-American, yet uniquely Chesapeake.

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