Slow Roasted Chicken with Fennel, Thyme, Sumac, Cipollini Onions, Lemon, and Garlic — Sunday Kitchen Table

Let’s talk about sumac. Most people have never heard of the Middle Eastern spice, or if so, have rarely heard of it being used on anything other than kebab. It’s a shame too, because the flavor compliments so many other ingredients. Sumac has a tangy lemony flavor, but with a fruity, floral note as well. […]

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