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Herb Flavors To Savor

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Herb Flavors To Savor

Fragrant herbs are always a joy, whether in the garden or in the kitchen. Some, like thyme and oregano, are trusted cooking classics, their flavors well-known to many a cuisine lover.

Fragrant herbs are always a joy, whether in the garden or in the kitchen. Some, like thyme and oregano, are trusted cooking classics, their flavors well-known to many a cuisine lover. Others herbs are perhaps less common additions to a chef’s trusty spice rack. More than just a relaxant and good nerve tonic, lavender makes many a delightful recipe scent-sational. Cilantro, also known as coriander or Chinese parsley, can impart a distinctive flavor and adds some zing to a fresh, ripe tomato salsa.

The herbs in the following recipes can be used either fresh or dried. Remember that when dried, herbs are more pungent than when fresh due to their lower water content. As a general rule, use one tablespoon fresh for one half tablespoon dry.

Vegetable Soup with Herb Crepes

Garlic and Brie with Mixed Greens

Mini Onion and Cheese Pie

Lavender Cookies

Goat Cheese in Olive Oil

Persian Dughe

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