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If you’ve run out of ideas of things to do with chicken, beef, pork, fish, and vegetables, here are a few things for you to try.

Throw in a few surprises. Nuts, cinnamon, and nutmeg are more than just for dessert. They bring added dimensions to sauces, meats, and comfort foods like mashed potatoes. Citrus fruits bring a nice zing to steaks. Roasted sesame seeds bring a smokey flavor to meats and sauces. Sprinkle some new spices onto your meals. Marjoram is not very popular in the United States, but the delicate and floral taste it brings to variety of dishes can quickly increase its demand. Plus, try fresh herbs in dishes you where don’t typically use them, like sage in hamburgers.

Clean out your refrigerator creatively. Heat leftover vegetables, rice, tofu, and other neglected foods together with ground cumin, paprika, and chili powder to create the filling for a delicious taco or burrito. Add cheese for a filling quesadilla. Random foods, when added to stock, always make an interesting soup.

Fruit is a friend. Firm fruits like apples and pears bake well. Softer fruits, like mango, papaya, and berries, hold up well to sautéing and simmering. Use them in all kinds of savory dishes. For fun, pair them with an unusual spice or herb like black pepper, chili powder, or oregano.

Explore the Supermarket. Try some spices, sauces, dips, and other foods commonly used in cuisines worldwide. Berbere, tamarind, sumac, saltfish, gochujang, and cassava are a few options that will make the ordinary extraordinary.

These tips will add a dash of excitement to your dinners without making them complicated. So, go ahead and unleash your inner food explorer – it’s time to have fun with your food!

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