From England to Japan, new imports for the multiculti American cook.
Ecuadoran Chocolate.

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Ecuadoran Chocolate

The bittersweet bars from República del Cacao use only Ecuadoran cacao arriba beans, which are particularly aromatic. Each single-origin bar comes from a different coastal province: Manabi, Los Rios or El Oro. $6 for 3.5 oz;

Japanese Yuzu.

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Japanese Yuzu

Yakami Orchards now turns yuzu—a fragrant and deliciously sour citrus—into a terrific marmalade. $25 for 17 oz;

Red Pepper Dip.

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Parisian Vinegar

A l’Olivier’s new Piment d’Espelette vinegar is vibrantly flavored with the subtly spicy red pepper. It’s lovely mixed into dips or drizzled on steak. $17 for 7 oz;

Red-Pepper Dip

In a bowl, whisk 1 cup mayonnaise with 1/4 cup red-pepper vinegar. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and serve.—EK

Peruvian Flours.

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Peruvian Flours

Zócalo Heritage flours from the Andes include earthy kañiwa, bright sweet potato and purple corn; robust quinoa is coming soon. They’re gluten-free and good in breads, pancakes—even smoothies. From $6.50 for 1 lb;

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