Some people may say that food is meant to be eaten in it's rawest form. I believe spices make a dull meal, happy!
I love S & P, sea salt, garlic salt, basil, cumin, oregano and dillweed.
I really love nutmeg - more so when making meals around Thanksgiving because it ads that extra "homey" feel.
Rosemary is a great addition to lamb and mutton type meats as well.
For meats I absolutely love Rosemary. The smell is amazing and I think it gives meats a delicious "sweetness". It's excellent for Chicken, Lamb, and Beef.
I love thyme, rosemary, parsley and oregano but parsley is poisonous if eaten in excess. It can cause a pregnant woman to abort, so I've heard.
Basil. Any kind of basil does it for me. It is so easy to grow and enhances any dish. I love throwing my fresh basil on my homemade tomato sauce. There's something about growing your own herbs and vegetables that makes life so sweet. I would recommend basil to any beginning gardener.
Thyme. I use it with vegetables, meats, potatoes, soups. Love the aroma!
by Patsy Bell Hobson2 years ago
If you could grow just one herb, what would it be? Pick 3 herbs for beginners.There is no point in growing tomatoes if you don't grow basil. What are the herbs you grow to eat?
by Paula5 years ago
What are your favorite herbs to grow in the garden?
by Millercl6 years ago
What is your favorite herb to cook with?When you cook, is there one particular herb you go to? Which one?
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
Which cooking herbs are the easiest to grow yourself?If you wanted to grow herbs from seeds or even buy ones that are already growing, which are the easiest to take care of?
by CollB6 years ago
I've often found that when I cook lamb, it has that strong, meaty smell which is still noticeable after I've sprinkled a bit more salt over it during the cooking process.Is there anything I can use to really reduce the...
by knellskyrocks8 years ago
What herbs are more appropriate to use for chicken and pork?
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