Cayenne pepper, is a variety of Capsicum Annuum. It owes its name to the city of Cayenne (Cayenne) in French Guiana where the spice originated from. From the Americas, it was brought to Europe through expeditions.
Turmeric, also known as yellow ginger is an herbaceous plant from the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) originating from India and Indonesia.
The name “avocado” comes from the Azetc words “aoacatl” ou “ahuacatl” that transformed by sound approximation into “avocado” in Spanish.
Blackberries are the fruits of mulberry bushes of the genus Rubus, from the rosacea family, which can grow up to 3 meters. Blackberries are commonly used in desserts, jams and sometimes wine.
The banana is a bacaceous fruit, long and curved that has yellow skin when ripe. Though the banana plant is called a banana tree, it is technically regarded as a herbaceous plant or herb, not a tree, as the stem does not contain woody tissue.
Is there anyone that doesn’t like carrots? Carrots are one of the most popular root vegetables and are known for their bright orange color. However, with growing interest in different and more exotic varieties of foods, carrots with more unique colors such as purple, yellow, and white, are becoming increasingly popular.
The Lemon is the fruit of a small perennial leaf tree, originating from Southeast Asia. It has numerous cultivated varieties, which have many culinary and practical applications in everyday life.
Apples are pseudo fruit of the apple tree (Malus Domestica), and is one of the most cultivated tree pseudofruits.