Also called chorogi in Japanese, this plant is native to China, and has small, white tubers that have a sweet, nutty taste similar to a sunchoke. It's usually pickled in Chinese and Japanese cuisines.
A spatula with a flat, somewhat round or rectangular shape for flipping or turning pancakes over (so the top side can brown).
Native to South America, it is a root with a tough brown skin and a crisp, white flesh. It's also called manioc and yuca.
A spice powder made by grinding the dried red pods of various chili peppers. It's flavor range from mild to hot, and its color from orange-red to deep red.