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This bread will remind New Orleanians of king cake, but with a hint of anise.
The fennel brings a decidedly Provençal anise accent to the dish.
Conversely, a lot of black licorice candy sold in the U.S. uses little or no authentic licorice, instead relying on similar-tasting anise oil.
Arak is an alcoholic drink made from a combination of grapes and anise.
Mussels with capers and anise were served with a garnish of wild fennel.
Amburana wood-aged cachaças, for example, work well in classic cocktails and with vermouth, while white cachaças and those with the almond and anise notes that come from bálsamo wood pair well with lime.
MyChelle Fruit Enzyme Hydrating Mist, $16, refines skin with anise extract.
In a small bowl, mix together juice, oil, anise seeds, garlic powder, salt, ginger and pepper.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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