Try Warm Nutmeg, a Spice Island Treat
Taste of antiquity
One makes nutmeg by grinding dried seeds of the Myristica tree family from the “Spice Islands” of Indonesia. Drying takes two months, and we use its inner seed. Cuisines across Earth use it to season both savory and sweet dishes.
The warm flavor enhances eggnog, processed meat dishes, and even confections. In addition, nutmeg oil possesses antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, and this proves helpful in dentistry.
We categorize this species as dioecious because there are male and female plants. Nutmeg is toxic if ingested in large quantities, so please be careful.
Nomenclature: Myristica fragrans
Tastes: Bittersweet, clove, woody, warm, woody
Uses: Butter, hallucinogen, medicine, oil, perfume, seasoning
Recipe: Nutmeg Cake
Ingredients: Eggs, butter, sugar, buttermilk, vanilla, flour, baking powder and soda, nutmeg, and salt. See link.