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Other notable dishes to try are tuna tartare and crab empanadas washed down with fresh coconut water or aguardiente, a Colombian liquor distilled from sugar cane, molasses and anise.
This treat packs in flavor with red wine, orange peel, apple, cinnamon, cloves, peppercorn, nutmeg, anise and allspice.
The sweet fennel flavor from the anise is balanced with the orange peel and light black pepper heat.
The deeply colored, solidly built and anise-accented Yorba Wines 2012 Amador County Shake Ridge Vineyard Barbera ($32) is a grand yet mannerly representative of one of the more adventurous vineyards in the foothills.
In large bowl combine 1 cup flour, yeast, salt, anise seed and sugar.
The current owners even kept the room where Pierre Brun would relax during the harvest — with the same old chair perfectly positioned among bags of anise seeds to take in the aroma that almost lulls one into a daze.
For flavorings, try citrus zests, lavender flowers, or fennel, anise or caraway seeds or other flavoring such as lemon extract or walnut extract.
This bread will remind New Orleanians of king cake, but with a hint of anise.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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