Regular size = 52 grams (1.83 ounces), approximately 24 tsp (½ cup), the size of a standard spice jar.
Caraway, or caraway seed, is used extensively in Jewish cooking, and was from there transplanted into the cuisines of northern and eastern Europe; it is also used in north African and Indian dishes and the occasional spice blend, such as Montreal Seasoning. It has a distinctive sharp warmth and slight pungency, and has a special ability to combine with oily or fatty dishes. It pairs very well with gamey, earthy, or rich foods: boar, venison, duck, sharp or smoky cheese, cabbage, mushrooms, or potatoes, for example. It also goes remarkably well with baked fruits, and of course is used in bread baking, most famously in rye or pumpernickel breads.