Let's all root for ginger
It can be used to season roast pumpkin and sweet potato, eggplant, mushrooms, beef, poultry, and fish dishes, and is great in cookies and cakes. What’s more delightful than this tangy Asian spice?
The culinary wonder that is stored in the ginger root (zangvil, in Hebrew) was discovered thousands of years ago, successfully traded along the ancient trade routes from the jungles of Southeast Asia directly to the countries of Europe, and was considered at the time the most precious spice of all. But only when it was domesticated and grown in the rural parts of Asia was the full extent of its...
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