Herbs & Spices are an essential ingredient that is frequently overlooked when preparing a dish. Learn how herbs and spices work and how to add them to your meals.
Why does ginger settle an upset stomach?
The compounds that are responsible for ginger's strong taste can also help soothe your stomach. Learn why ginger soothes upset stomachs. See more »
Why does salt make you thirsty?
Why does salt make you so thirsty? Learn about salt and thirst at HowStuffWorks. See more »
What's the difference between an herb and a spice?
Wondering what's the difference between an herb and spice? Find out and learn all about herbs and spices at HowStuffWorks. See more »
5 Superb Herbs
If you scratch your head over which herbs will best complement your dish; fret no more. Read up on these five superb herbs and get some new recipes here. See more »
Fact or Fiction: The Ultimate Herbs and Spices Quiz
Think you know all there is to know about herbs and spices? Check out this ultimate herbs and spices quiz and test your culinary skills. See more »
10 Essential Chinese Spices and Sauces
There are some essential Chinese spices and sauces that you should always keep on hand. Check out our top 5 essential Chinese spices and sauces. See more »
Spice pictures will delight you with brilliant colors and aromas from around the world. Check out these spice pictures and learn how to flavor your food. See more »
Culinary Herb Pictures
Culinary herb pictures will introduce you into the world of cooking from your backyard tactics. Check out culinary herb pictures and learn more. See more »
How do you store garlic and can you use it once you see green sprouts? We answer your garlic questions here. See more »
What is Parsley?
There are several types of parsley used in cooking. Learn about curly and flat-leaf parsley here. See more »
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