One from Column A
Match one from Column A with one from Column B (sorry I couldn't get the columns side by side, but I know you forgive me):
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What is it?
If you can't find the Asian condiment pictured above (known as Chinese barbecue sauce or Peking Duck sauce), you can make a substitute by pulverizing pitted prunes, garlic, soy sauce and dry sherry in a blender. What is it?
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Used as a grain, this pantry staple, native to South America, is really a green, in the same family as spinach and chard. What is it?
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In many parts of the world, spice blends are the hallmark of distinctive regional cuisines. In my pantry, I keep many spice blends, including ras-el hanout, baharat, and the one I use most often, chili powder.
Which of the following ingredients is common to four-spice (French), five-spice (Chinese), and seven-spice (Japanese)?
3. Black pepper
4. None of the above
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