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Pain d’Epice Spice Mix

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Ok, first off… how the heck do you pronounce the name of this spice? I coughed, sneezed, and muffled my words into my arm every time someone asked what “that” spice was that I was using. But then I thought, “Shoot, if I am going to make food and serve it, I best know how to at least pronounce all the ingredients.” hehe So, I looked it up… pa~ day/peess. If you still can’t get a grasp on the word (like me), click (here) to hear a verbal pronunciation. It doesn’t sound anything like my version “pain-dee-spice.” lol It’s French, a version of…

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