Allspice, which acquired its name because it smells like the combination of several different spices, is the unripe berry of a tree that grows in Mexico and Central America. It’s common in Middle Eastern cuisine and North American desserts likepumpkin pie and apple pie. It’s also used as a pickling ingredient. If you’re familiar with Cincinnati-style chili, you might know that allspice is one of its key flavors, too.
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