Ginger + lemon? Allspice + juniper berries? (I don't care much for star anise.). Thank you! ;o)
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What about cardamom? Though ginger lemon sounds great too.
Not a spice, but fresh rosemary can add a nice note to sweet/sour flavors, especially if you'll be serving it with roast pork or poultry. (I'm with you on the star anise; makes everything taste like Good & Plenty to me.)
1 team of editors, Sarah Britton, and a really-not sad desk lunch.
A really not-sad desk lunch.
Chou family potstickers.
Fire up the grill.
Dipped Walnut Tongs
Sweet, ripened stone fruit.
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