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5338Re: [Apicius] Sources for obscure herbs and spices? (In New York or by mail order to USA)

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  • Cristal Delamer
    Apr 8, 2013
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      According to Amazon you can purchase lovage (Levisticum officinale) from
      Amazon online. They also sell lovage leaves. Were you hoping to grow it
      I can get Rue seeds in my local Middle Eastern market. You'll find them on
      the spice aisle, but last year I found a seedling plant at a nursery and
      planted it in my little garden. It took off like crazy and has now pretty
      much taken over the garden. It is VERY aromatic (read: stinky) so be
      careful when handling it. It can also cause allergic reaction in many
      people just from touching it.

      Let me know if you can't find the rue seeds or a plant and I can send you
      some. I have an unopened packet in my pantry :)

      Cristal / Claudia

      On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 5:33 PM, Ross <telamonian_teukros@...> wrote:

      > **
      > Salve! I have been interested in Roman cooking for a couple of years. Last
      > year I organized a Roman inspired feast, this year I want to be more
      > authentic. But I am having a lot of trouble finding sources for two
      > ingredients which, according to my reading so far, seem to be
      > indispensible:
      > Lovage seed (NOT ajwain)
      > Dried rue
      > Are there any suppliers of these ingredients which will ship to the US? Or
      > even, shops in NYC which stock them?
      > Forgive me for asking for I am sure this has been asked before. I spent a
      > few minutes searching without results, and I could not find a FAQ or any
      > links which pointed me in the right direction :-(


      *domum coquus est numquam esurientem amicitiae*
      ~A cook's home is never hungry for friendship~

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