cinnamon stick

noun

Definition of cinnamon stick

: a small roll or quill of dried cinnamon bark used as a spice

Examples of cinnamon stick in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Add the cinnamon stick and tarragon and pour the mixture over the apples and shallots. Star Tribune, "Sunday Supper: Apple and Mustard Grilled Cheese Sandwiches," 16 Oct. 2020 Remove from heat, immediately remove cinnamon stick and lemon peel. Torie Cox, Country Living, "Cranberry Pâte de Fruit," 14 Oct. 2020 Top with a star anise pod and a cinnamon stick for sipping. Woman's Day Kitchen, Woman's Day, "Apple-Cinnamon Cider Cups," 27 Aug. 2020 Add fennel seeds, cardamom pods and cinnamon stick and stir for 1 or 2 minutes. cleveland, "How to make a perfect pot of rice in a saucepan, Instant Pot or automatic cooker," 29 June 2020 Reduce heat to simmer, add juice and zest of one orange, 1 cinnamon stick and 1 teaspoon all spice. Dallas News, "Flower power: How to make cocktails, cakes and more with hibiscus leaves," 5 June 2020 Or discover ways to up your usual coffee game with innovative ideas like adding cinnamon sticks to your French press or making homemade honey ginger simple syrup. Katlyn Moncada, Better Homes & Gardens, "Be Your Own Barista with Starbucks Recipes You Can Make at Home," 30 Apr. 2020 Wrapping paper is penitential: a slurry of brown, linen and hemp (brown craft paper, supermarket bags, scraps of fabric or newspaper) and embellished with cinnamon sticks, eucalyptus leaves and other twiggy items. Penelope Green, New York Times, "Is Tinsel Canceled?," 18 Dec. 2019 This alternative quick recipe includes cloves, cinnamon sticks, peppercorns and bay leaves in the brine. Becky Krystal, Washington Post, "Sassy, salty preserved lemons belong in your pantry. Here’s how to use them.," 15 July 2019

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First Known Use of cinnamon stick

1616, in the meaning defined above

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24 Oct 2020

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“Cinnamon stick.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cinnamon%20stick. Accessed 28 Oct. 2020.

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