A sweet-savory Jamaican sauce that tastes very similar to Worcestershire sauce.
Crushed hulled buckwheat kernels go by this funny name. Use them as you would rice. Roasted groats are called kasha.
This bitter dark-brown Italian liqueur is made from a blend of artichokes and 13 herbs. It’s great served on the rocks as an after-dinner drink.
A mild chile often seen in Indian cooking, it’s used for flavor and color. (Think tandoori chicken.)
This unrefined sugar has a minerally molasses-like sweetness. It’s sold in solid shapes (pictured above) or powdered.
Found in cans, jars, and tubes, this Tunisian hot sauce is a great addition to soups, stews, and cooked grains.
A tangy, funky fermented mix of cabbage and other veggies. Add to grain bowls or stir-fries.
These Korean red chile flakes have a mild, earthy flavor. Sprinkle on pizza or roasted veggies.