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Transfer chickens to a platter, scatter orange slices and wedges over, and sprinkle with more Aleppo-style pepper and sumac.
Containers of juniper, Virginia rose, sumac and nannyberry were planted and fenced off for protection from deer.
Meanwhile, whisk together the za'atar and sumac in a mixing bowl.
There’s gorgeous purple sumac on this thing for crying out loud!
The kebabs are great as ever, but an extra dose of dry-aged beef fat adds deeper savor to the Bulgarian beef-lamb kofta; ground chicken skin and sumac elevate the chicken shishlik.
Mayor Bill de Blasio strode north between the grasses and the sumac, his sleeves rolled up, his head visible above the crowds streaming along the High Line, the popular park on a former rail line in Chelsea.
An extensive spice section includes sumac, dried lemon, and shwarma and falafel seasonings.
Mix the sumac, coriander, cumin, chile flakes, 1 teaspoon salt and the garlic in a little bowl. 2.
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