May 25, 2017

The smell of fresh turmeric root is green and sappy, like the smell of a snapping elder branch when clambering through undergrowth (if, like me, you ever do climb through undergrowth), together with a wide fragrance of warm spice and a sense that your mother has just polished the wooden table with beeswax. It's magical used instead of the dry ground stuff in curries, but I was really intrigued to see if it could work with sweet flavours.

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