• Sage or salvia officinalis, is a herb of the mint family and is also known as the garden meadow. The silvery green colored plant is a native of Mediterranean regions and has been in use for thousands of years for several purposes. For ancient Egyptians, it was the herb of fertility. The Latin word salvia, stands for 'to heal', to represent the medicinal properties of the sage.

    A real Texas gem can be found every Saturday (9-1). The Pearl hosts an impressive local farmers market, offering the best in local produce, meats, spices & herbs, baked goods and more. The popularity of farmers markets is on the rise and San Antonio certainly has one to boast about. Watch Chef Johnny Hernandez demonstrate an array of dishes using local products at The Chef's Table and sample some the best local treats like gourmet nuts and jams.

    This is a cookbook that every foodie will use with equal measure of passion and curiosity. Especially for Homegrown aficionados. Latin cuisine features an undiscovered panoply of vegetables, fruits, herbs and good-for-you, delicious beans, rice and corn.

    In addition, Junior's now selling its famous cheese in New York, Il Mulino sell their pasta sauces as well. In addition, gourmet ethnic food products are packaged and frozen food section, in order to meet the increasingly diverse American market. For example, Indian Tandoor Chef offers twenty-five different dishes, including Panek Marsala paneer and vegetarian burgers.

    "I've been blessed with the chance of being sandwiched between the Mexican and American cultures, for it has not only shaped my vision of the world in terms of solidarity among human beings but also cultivated in me a deep sense of cultural identity," said Downs, who included a rollicking version of Santana's "Black Magic Woman" on her new record.

    In North Jackson, a local specialty market offers a taste of Latin America to West Tennesseans. ‘La Bamba' Market is part of Jackson's growing community of ethnic specialty markets giving locals a diverse selection of crafts, foods and import products.

    The word Creole comes from the Spanish word criallo meaning a mixture of cultures or colors (as in the word Crayola) and from the Latin creare meaning to create (as in a new race). The mix of cultures included Native Americans, French, Spanish, English, African American, German and Italian.


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