"Vanilla" Book by Patricia Rain

By The Vanilla Company

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Follow along with recipes from the Vanilla Queen, Patricia Rain, as she traces the history of vanilla across the globe and back to its earliest days. Learn how to let this versatile spice shine in any cuisine. Don’t just limit yourself to cookies and cakes—vanilla is a stealthy flavor enhancer in savory dishes, too.

  • Patricia Rain became the Vanilla Queen due to her passion for vanilla and for promoting Fair Trade vanilla farms that pay fair wages
  • "Vanilla: The Cultural History of the World's Favorite Flavor and Fragrance" is a detailed history of vanilla
  • Includes some vanilla-based recipes
  • Book is hardcover and 384 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.7" x 1.2" x 8.6"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

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This book is a most interesting reading book. I have not tried a recipe from it but am enjoying the book.

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Make your cooking less vanilla. Well, sort of...

About The Vanilla Company

Pure Vanilla

If you’ve never experienced pure, all-natural vanilla, you haven’t really experienced vanilla. Genuine vanilla extracts will spoil you for the weaker supermarket substitutes many of us grew up using.

No one understands this better than Patricia Rain, who’s known as the Vanilla Queen in tropical regions where the spice is cultivated. Patricia’s interest in vanilla started with culinary curiosity and lead to her becoming a renowned author, advocate, and provider of the best quality vanilla you can find.

Patricia’s passion for vanilla extends to the farmers she sources her beans from—by supporting Fair Trade farms that pay fair wages and advocating for better working and living conditions.

Patricia and The Vanilla Company offer pure vanilla goods that celebrate the unique local characteristics of each area’s crop. The vanilla extracts and powder are an affordable luxury that will make a difference not only in your baking and cooking, but also in the lives of the people who cultivate them.