Tag Archives: saffron

  • Let’s bake “Hefezopf” – a typical German yeast pastry

    Easter marks the beginning of spring and the time of traditional dishes and of course copious meals with friends & family….

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  • Origin of Saffron

    Afghanistan’s neighbor country Iran is the biggest producer of saffron. Iran supplies more than 90% of the saffron world market. The Iranian …

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  • Saffron Solstice

    Saffron, a popular spice desired all over the world. But on this unique day, December 13th, our neighbours in the high north become mad about the queen of all seasonings! In all Danish, Norwegian but especially Swedish cuisines you will find the delicious smell of saffron.

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  • Silkroad’s bright spot

    An exotic spice, worth almost as much as gold, no wonder there is more cheating going on in saffron than almost any other product.

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  • The Saffron-Question: Real or Fake?

    An exotic spice, worth almost as much as gold, no wonder there is more cheating going on in saffron than almost any other product.

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  • Saffron Solstice

    Saffron, a popular spice desired all over the world. But on this unique day, December 13th, our neighbours in the high north become mad about the queen of all seasonings! In all Danish, Norwegian but especially Swedish cuisines you will find the delicious smell of saffron.

    More  →
  • Afghan poppy trails and versatile dependencies

    Poppy, semiotically the flower has an innocent connotation almost sounding cute. Visually, the sea of faded pink and white blossoms in a poppy field creates a romantic atmosphere. But, after the harvesting the sweet flowers dramatically change their meaning….

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