The caraway plant is a biennial which grows wild all over Europe and as far East as India, although most of the commercial crop comes from the Netherlands. It has a slightly bitter licorice like flavor. Caraway seeds are used in a variety of foods, including breads and cakes, cheeses and cheese dishes, and in many Hungarian recipes. It is often used in pork and sausage recipes.
Breads, Cabbage, Apples, Sauerkraut, Onions & Pork