cinnamon stick


Definition of cinnamon stick

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

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Garnish with a sprinkle of pumpkin spice powder or a cinnamon stick. Julie Sprankles, USA TODAY, "Pumpkin spice latte recipe: How to make it at home," 5 Sep. 2019 Pizza Hut Hut Rewards members at Pizza Hut can enjoy a free order of cinnamon sticks with an online purchase on their birthday. Emily Sabens, Indianapolis Star, "Here are 50 places in Indianapolis that give you free food on your birthday," 5 Sep. 2019 Remove the cinnamon sticks from the oven or skillet and transfer to a storage container. Los Angeles Times, "The best cocktail for horchata lovers in L.A.," 14 Aug. 2019 Add the ginger, kombu, cinnamon stick, peppercorns, fennel seeds, coriander seeds and saffron. Los Angeles Times, "Charred Onion Broth," 24 July 2019 Bring to a boil, add cinnamon sticks and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. New York Times, "The Healthy Dish Alek Wek Makes to Stay Energized," 4 June 2018 In the great tradition of college students improving on cheap alcohol, people were coping with the sub-zero temperatures by spiking boxed wine with bourbon, cinnamon sticks, and orange slices. Aliza Abarbanel, Bon Appétit, "I Have to Stop Myself From Drinking Rosé Sangria Like Water," 21 June 2019 If your children find that water tastes bland compared to sweet soda, try adding pizazz with mint leaves, cinnamon sticks or a squeeze of citrus. Cara Rosenbloom, Houston Chronicle, "While companies push sugary beverages, parents should promote water. Here’s how.," 19 June 2019 Place tea bags and cinnamon stick in a large measuring cup. Kate Merker, Country Living, "Pomegranate-Rum Punch," 24 Sep. 2018

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First Known Use of cinnamon stick

1616, in the meaning defined above

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