1. In JUMP UP AND KISS ME, Jennifer Trainer Thompson puts spice into vegetarian cuisine with nearly 200 full-flavored recipes for everything from vinegars (like Rosemary-Serrano Red Wine Vinegar) and condiments (like Curried Butter) to drinks (like the Ginger Cooler) and entrees (Poblano and Spinach...
  2. Gardeners, gourmets, botanists, and nature lovers are given helpful growing, harvesting, drying, cooking, and scenting tips pertaining to herbs and spices. 2 COPIES
  3. Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops (JOSAC)[ISSN 0971-3328]is the official publication ofIndian Society for Spices, published in association withTathQeef Scientific Publishing. JOSAC is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to the advancement of spices, aromatic and...
  4. The global spice industry is valued at more than a$108,000,000,000annually but in much of the world it is treated with indifference. It lacks governance, plantations are often neglected, research in spice agro-technology is minimal, plantation workers are among the poorest people on earth,...
  5. TheJournal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plantsis an essential reference filled with recent research and other valuable information associated with herbs, spices, and medicinal plants.TheJournalserves as a focus point through which investigators and others may publish material of importance to...
  6. The Indian Institute of Spices Research (IISR), Kozhikode (Calicut) a constituent body of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) is a major Institute devoted to research on spices. In 1976, it started as a Regional Station of the Central Plantation Crops Research Institute (CPCRI),...
  7. Key Resource 1982-03-01 This major two volume book provides an authoritative and thoroughly comprehensive account of all aspects of the spice industry. Vol. 2 contains chapters on ginger, turmeric, cardamon, vanilla, and coriander. These books are well illustrated.
  8. Key Resource 1981-11-01 Amazon.com Description This volume is designed to be of interest to those working in the spices industry, from cultivation to marketing.