Fall season brings hearty foods, rich flavors, and warm spices. Try adding these must-have fall spices to meats, stews, and desserts.
Resembling the collective flavors of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg, It’s ultimately used in both savory dishes and desserts, from Jamaican jerk chicken to mulled wine.
An aromatic spice used in a variety of cuisines, sweet and savory dishes, breakfast, dessert, tea, and traditional foods.
A woody herb displaying gray-green leaves. The sage leaves mostly complement fish, sausage, and poultry dishes, along with roasted veggies and stuffing.
Mostly known for its use in pumpkin pie, cloves also an aromatic flavor to meat, curries, marinades, apples, and pears.
It offers light notes of lemon, mint, ginger, and cinnamon. It pairs with sweet and savory dishes.
Nutmeg lends a nutty and slightly sweet and warm aroma, making it a useful in baked goods, puddings, and white sauces.
Resembling flavors such as licorice and fennel, the anise seed is widely used in baking and spiced beverages.