Caraway has a strong anise flavour. When used in cooking and baking, the flavour of caraway is often the dominant or at least identifiable.
Very popular in central and eastern Europe, consider the foods that it is used in; breads and baking, meat dishes, pickles, cheese, salads, cooked vegetable dishes, sauerkraut and the like.
Caraway is related to parsley and carrots. How can this help with menu planning and flavour profiles?