_ Sara Jenkins, Porchetta, New York City_ "I sprinkle them in a salad of ripe tomatoes with slivered red onion, salt, and extra-virgin olive oil." Read the complete SAVEUR 100 story » See the complete list of SAVEUR 100 items ». Courtesy Milkwood Farm
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My favorite recent discovery is green coriander seeds, the tiny pods harvested from cilantro plants. I buy them fresh at the farmers’ market, and they taste like a cross between dried coriander and fresh cilantro: verdant and bright, but not as intense as the plant’s leaves. I sprinkle them in a salad of ripe tomatoes with slivered red onion, salt, and extra-virgin olive oil. —Sara Jenkins, Porchetta, New York City

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Fresh Green Coriander Seeds [Studio Kitchen]
Green Coriander Seeds, A Gardener’s Delight [Saffron Paisley]
Picked Pepperonici Peppers, Cherry Pie, Green Coriander and Chioggia Beets [A Growing Tradition]

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