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Beverages

Spicy Chapman

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Chapman is a classic Nigerian cocktail made with lime and orange soda, grenadine, Angostura bitter, cucumber, and lime. This version has a spicy twist by using Cayenne Pepper. 

 

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Ingredients
Recipe type: Beverages
cayenne pepper
bessara
Appetizers

Bessara

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This Egyptian fava bean and herb dip gets its flavor from cumin, coriander, fresh cilantro, parsley, dill, lemon, almonds, and olive oil.

 

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Recipe type: Appetizers
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mango_kimchi
Sides

Mango Kimchi

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Slices of sour-sweet mangoes served in homemade kimchi make for a tastebud-tingling, tangy, and spicy side dish.

 

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Ingredients
Recipe type: Sides
ginger
Spice Story

Black Pepper:
Did You Know?

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Ripe Pepper
Fruit
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #1

Black peppercorns are green peppercorns that have been allowed to ferment and dry in the sun
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #2

High-quality peppercorns are characterized by a strong cedar aroma
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #3

Piperine is the alkaloid component of black pepper that gives it its spiciness
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #4

In addition to spiciness, black pepper is known for its sharp, piney flavor
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #5

Because pepper can be stored for many years without losing its flavor and aroma, it has long been known as the master spice
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #6

Pepper was so precious in ancient times that it was used as money to pay taxes, tributes, dowries, and rent
Black Pepper Fact

Fun Fact #7

It was weighed like gold and used as a common medium of exchange. In A.D. 410, when Rome was captured, 3,000 pounds of pepper were demanded as ransom

Globally Sourced from the Vine

  1. Black, white, and green peppercorns are all the same berry
  2. These peppercorns come from an evergreen vine Piper Nigrum L
  3. Piper Nigrum L is globally grown, including in Brazil, Indonesia, and India
  4. Green peppercorns are harvested before fully ripe
  5. Black peppercorns are immature berries fermented and dried in the sun
  6. White peppercorns are fully ripened, soaked to remove husk, and dried
McCormick regularly visits and sources from all the major pepper-producing countriesread moreSourcing Locations of Black pepperSpice Bowl

Sourcing

McCormick regularly visits and sources from all the major pepper-producing countries Black Pepper
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