Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
SPICESSpace-Borne Observations for Detecting and Forecasting Sea Ice Cover Extremes (European Union)
SPICESSocial Promotion of Intercultural Communication Expertise and Skills
SPICESSimplicity Peace Integrity Community Equality Stewardship (Society of Friends)
SPICESSleep disorders, Problems with eating or feeding, Incontinence, Confusion, Evidence of falls, Skin breakdown (instrument for evaluating syndromes related to aging)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
1 Detecting and Controlling Mycotoxin Contamination of Herbs and Spices. 2 Controlling Pesticide and other Residues in Herbs and Spices.
"With the rise in the Latin population, which typically is a heavier spice-using segment to begin with, supermarkets are expanding their offerings to include more Latin spices," notes Lempert.
Penzeys Spices, a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based company that boasts over 250 spices, seasonings and herbs from around the world and has 27 stores nationwide, will open in Grand Central Terminal Market in early 2006.
The shop takes pride in its 350-plus varieties of spices, seasonings and other products, from extracts to gift sets.
In one case that the researchers examined, a family had bought two kinds of spices in the Republic of Georgia before emigrating to the United States.
These spices actually speed up the time it takes for food to travel through the digestive tract.
So I brought back spices from my trips home to Germany and mixed spice blends up for myself, out of necessity.
Meals cater to all diets including cuisine for vegetarians and vegans, Owned by a native Grenadian, the Spice Island Beach Resort (473-444-4258: www.spiceislandbeachresort.com) on Grand Arise Beach will make you feel right at home.
Ginger is one of hundreds of spices belonging to the Zingliberaceae family along with turmeric.
In India, spices are regarded as warm or "cool." A spice that increases the body's temperature, like cinnamon, nutmeg, and mace, is a warm spice.
Chef Ming Tsai is among those helping to popularize the use of spices and herbs in American cooking, both with his cooking show on the Television Food Network and with a new line of spices he developed.
From 1995 to 1999, annual world imports of spices averaged 500,000 tonnes, growing at an average 8.5% a year.