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To preserve its environment, Perrier subsidizes local olive, grape, and saffron growers in using the best organic techniques—in other words, going to great lengths to protect the water supply in ways that the EPA may not.
Cavallier-Belletrud conceived the idea for Nouveau Monde, which has notes of cocoa, saffron, and oud assam, while relaxing in Guatemala eating Mayan chocolates.
Place rack in lower third of oven; preheat to 400°. Combine saffron and 2 Tbsp. hot water in a large bowl.
Add garlic and saffron and gently sauté until fragrant, 2-3 minutes.
Something fermented turns up in every course on the current menu, including the esoteric juices — saffron and Arctic thyme is a typical example — that can be had in place of a wine pairing.
With just a handful of basic ingredients (and that decidedly non-basic ingredient, saffron), tachin is the full expression of Iranian food: beautiful, surprising, and deeply comforting.
Add the saffron water to the skillet, stir to mix, and cook for 2 minutes longer.
If you fancy being overcome by an ecstasy of flavor, go with the monkfish embellished in saffron next as your main.
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: an orange powder that is made from a type of flower (called a crocus) and that is used to color and flavor food
: an orange to orange-yellow color
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