So I've been working on my Learn to Cook and also grocery shopping objectives. Last week when I was at the store I remembered that when I was making fajitas that we were out of a spice that was called for. Starts with a "C." So Jeffrey, who was with me, helped to select a bottle of Ground Cardamom. When we got home Larry thought that the bill seemed high for what I got. Then he saw it. "Why did you buy Cardamom?" then, "It cost eleven dollars!" and... we already have Cardamom in the spice cupboard. Almost the same, except that the label says "Ground Decorticated." And it still has the price on it. $7.49 It's 90% full. So this week I took the unopened bottle and the receipt back to the store. The lady at the service desk said "Sorry you can't return food items, health reasons." So now I own a LOT of Ground Cardamom. I told Timmy that someday he will get some when he gets married and sets up a home of his own. I looked up cardamom in Wickipedia. I learned this: it is used as a food plant by the larva of the moth Endoclita hosei. And that it can be used as a flavoring in Turkish Coffee and Scandinavian baking. Does anyone out there have a recipe that uses a LOT of Ground Cardamom?