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Newest Herbs Recipes

Herbs exist in bountiful variety, including seeds, leave and flowers of plants. Herbs are used to flavor foods, create medicine and add scent to perfumes. For culinary purposes, herbs are usually used in small amounts to add flavor, rather than substance to dishes. Check out our website for wonderful ways to incorporate fresh and dried herbs into your favorite dishes.
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Sourgrass Soup

Sorrel has a taste similar to kiwi fruit or sour wild strawberries. This original, gourmet soup makes an elegant first course serving, presented either hot or chilled.

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Samosas with Mint Chutney Dip

These savory, filled samosas are great for parties, and have always been a dish the crowd enjoys.

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Gremolata Bread Crumbs

The Mediterranean flavors combined in this zesty mixture, is ideal as a coating or stuffing for fish, poultry, or veal or as a topping for pasta.

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Vegan Dijon Thyme Bread

dijon thyme bread

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Lemon Lavender Cookies

lemon lavender cookies

These almost chorizo taco are great, as they come close to chorizo without the fat...

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Mild curry is stir fried with crunchy cashews and garden fresh zucchini for a ligh...

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You'll be happy to know that these flavorful potatoes stay perfectly tender and de...

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This classic is sure to return color to your cheeks and happiness to your belly. ...

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This soup is "rustic" because you leave the potato skins on and don't puree it tot...

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Millet Salad

Recipe by Nosalt

Although it contains about as much protein as wheat, while also being a gluten fre...

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Start this recipe a day ahead of when you plan to serve it. The rice should be ch...

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This is super yummy, spread on French bread and put into the toaster oven, or broi...

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Lemon lavender cookies...

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These soft and savory bread rolls are amazing eaten plain, served alongside a nice...

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