Idiom of the Day
make amends for (something)
to do something to compensate for an error or injury or loss
I had to do some extra work to make amends for my mistake of last week.
Benefits of Cumin
Preparing and Cooking
To bring out the fullness of their aroma and flavor, lightly roast whole cumin seeds before using them in a recipe. As the taste of cumin is a great complement to the hearty flavor of legumes such as lentils, garbanzo beans and black beans, add this spice when preparing a recipe with these foods.