Recent Examples of cinnamon from the Web
The Dirty Elvis sandwich is a sweet version with peanut butter-like gjetost cheese, bacon and banana on cinnamon raisin bread.
Featuring fresh lemons, the cinnamon-lemon biscuit base is topped with a sticky lemon sauce and a cream cheese lemonade glaze.
Basically, a perfect cinnamon churro is formed into a disc and topped with a scoop of ice cream and chocolate sauce.
This week in the cosmos gives us a one-two hit of red-hot cinnamon Aries energy, with a ripe and ready New Moon in the sign of the lamby ram and winged communicator Mercury finally out of retro and stationing direct.
DiLillo produces five varieties of Breezy’s Butters made from organic, all-natural ingredients: the original cashew flavor, cinnamon spice, cocoa sea salt, strawberry swirl, and espresso.
The nose is mostly toffee and pepper, so there’s no surprise when there’s a lot of licorice and cinnamon on the taste as more rye comes through than anything else.
Kellogg discontinued its lower-sugar Frosted Flakes and came out with chocolate and cinnamon varieties.
Top smoothies with bee pollen or dust with a little cinnamon.
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Cinnamon is a spice produced from a bushy evergreen tree of the laurel family. The tree is native to Sri Lanka, India, and Burma and cultivated in South America and the West Indies for the spice, which is prepared from its dried inner bark. The light-brown spice has a delicately fragrant aroma and warm, sweet flavor. It was once more valuable than gold. The oil is distilled from bark fragments for use in food, liqueur, drugs, and perfume.
Origin and Etymology of cinnamon
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of cinnamon for English Language Learners
: a sweet spice made from the bark of an Asian tree and used in cooking and baking
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