Wall-spice, spice, and other spice recipes that have been made for the past couple of decades have gone on to be a huge hit at the international film festival, as well as at home.
Here are five of our favorite spice recipes from around the world.
Wall-spices are made with spices that are often prepared at home, but are usually used in foodstuffs like cooking, sauces, soups, and stews.
Many people use them to make a delicious spice-infused stew, like ketchup, jalapeno sauce, or tomato sauce.
A few other people use spices to make marinades and flavoring for soups and stoves.
For the most part, spices are used in their natural form, but some spice makers are experimenting with using them in new ways.
For example, in 2018, spice maker Kalya Sharma introduced Spice Spice-a-Licious, a spice-like condiment made with coconut, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves.
The new spice mixes a combination of spices that combine to create a flavor-packed sauce with hints of garlic, cardamom, cloves, and allspice.
And this spice mixes with coconut oil, which makes it a perfect complement to a hot dish, but is perfect for using on its own as a spice.
For an added spice flavor, the spice mix has been blended with the ground spice of the cumin seeds.
And for a more traditional, home-cooked spice, it has been infused with an authentic ginger root.