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Synonyms for anise

native to Egypt but cultivated widely for its aromatic seeds and the oil from them used medicinally and as a flavoring in cookery

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The social media arm of The Florida Bar was especially enthusiastic and skillful in helping ALPIA generate unprecedented buzz during last year's celebration, as was former Florida appellate judge Simone Marstiller and the New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Texas bar associations, to name a few," Anise said.
However, as a major buyer of anise, even a small increase in price or a short delay in delivery can have a big impact on production.
Because of distinct aromatic characteristics of essential oil anise fruits widely used as spice in food production such as bread and biscuits productions or production of alcoholic drinks.
All that is needed is grapes, anise, a still -- known as a karakeh -- and the know-how.
In contrast, Clara's relationship with Anise feels like an unnecessarily lengthy diversion which slows the pace considerably.
4 STAR anise is especially tasty with pork, chicken, duck and fish, or pears, pastry and eggs.
Nose: Alcohol up front, pine, menthol and eucalyptus, then bread dough and cornmeal, star anise, fennel, black pepper.
Aniseed, sometimes spelled as anise, anis, or anise seed, is considered a spice with a sweet licorice-like taste.
And as a companion piece, the brewery has produced a special one-time release: Stone Belgo Anise Imperial Russian Stout.
Add the mix from the food processor, a tspn mixed spice, 4 whole star anise (remove when finished cooking) or half tspn ground star anise.
It has been found that feeding broiler chickens 400 mg anise /kg diet resulted in a significant increase in average body weight, weight gain and feed conversion as compared to 100,200 mg anise/kg diet and control group (Ciftci, et.
com)-- Anise Smith Marketing was started because the founder realized that the Promotional Products Industry as well as the Marketing Industry in general, had changed tremendously and was in need of a transformation.
For the mousse: 8 ounces granulated sugar 1/2 cup water 2 egg whites 4 egg yolks 1/2 cup simple syrup 1 cup heavy cream Juice of 4 limes Zest of 1 lime For the meringue: 2 egg whites 2 ounces superfine sugar 2 ounces confectioners' sugar For the parfait: 6 portions frozen mousse, from above Meringue, as needed, from above For the pineapple: 2 ounces Demerara sugar Juice of 1 lime 1 cup freshly squeezed pineapple juice 4 pods star anise 1 pod vanilla, scraped 1 pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into 1/4-inch slices For the garnish: R.
On the eve of yet another hospitalization for anorexia, Anise wonders if there is a point to her life.