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And for dessert, vanilla cinnamon beignets with Mexican hot chocolate dipping sauce or frozen tiramisu with vanilla sponge, coffee ice cream, and mascarpone meringue.
Sandwiches include the Elvis with almond butter, fig jelly and sliced bananas with cinnamon on gluten-free bread.
While the island also produces spices like cinnamon, cardamom, clove, pepper, Sri Lanka’s tea industry continues to be a vital player in the country's economy and one of the main sources of foreign exchange.
Philly Pretzel Factory sells a variety of homemade pretzels, from original salted to cinnamon to hot dog pretzels with various dipping sauces.
Length, in minutes, of nap desired after consuming said cinnamon roll.
Among Lennu’s many fans are the employees at the Cafe Esplanad in central Helsinki, a mainstay for politicians and tourists seeking salmon soup or a cinnamon roll on a slushy day in the city.
Add chili powder, cumin, coriander, oregano, red pepper and cinnamon.
The color got lighter, and the nose was brown sugar and not much else—maybe a little cinnamon and vanilla bean.
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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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