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HERBS IN SEASON
Used in soup, stew, eggs and other savory dishes.
Essential in Italian cooking. Also main ingredient in a traditional pesto
With parsley, tarragon and chives this blend works great.
Stems and roots can boiled or sauteed as a vegetable
Pairs really well with nutmeg, basil, rosemary, sage. thyme, coriander, cardamom, dill, cumin and oregano.
Typically used to season long cooking dishes like soup, stew and braises.
Ideal in Egyptian cuisine, Thai curries, Mexican, Chinese Stir-fry.
Garnish cold soup, yoghurt or tzatziki. Nice with seafood.
Use in vegetable and fish stock.
Soups, Stews, stock. and poultry. Good to enhance potato dishes.
Popular for salad dressings and meat dishes.
Middle Eastern and Greek dishes. Salad, side dishes and sauces.
Hot or cold grains like couscous or quinoa. Also soups, stews, pasta.
Soups, casseroles, salads and stews. Lovely with poultry and roasted vegetables.
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Works well with fatty meats in particular.
Goes particularly well with egg and fish dishes. Also used in soup, stuffing and puree.
Typically used in savory dishes like braised roasted meat, vegetables, or fish aswell as savory baking.
VEG IN SEASON
Great base for almost all soups and sauces and dill, sage, mint, parsley, rosemary oregano and basil are super toadd to the mix.
Easy staemimg, drizzle in olive oil, salt & pepper add mixed herbs and toss well.
Clove has a fruity and bitter taste. This sharpness is what makes them ideal for refining carrots milder flavour.
Brown rice with mushrooms adding chilli flakes, tarragan, ginger, thyme, and rosemary is a winner!
Nutmeg, ginger, cayenne pepper.
Cayenne pepper, sea salt and pepper.
Garlic, sea salt, thyme, pepper.
Basil, parsley, chives, thyme, mint, dill and coriander.
Mustard, sage, chives, mixed herbs, thymeand garlic.
hilli powder, chilli flakes, salt & pepper, garlic and onion.
Marjoram, basil, rosemary, nutmeg, honey, dill, thyme, oregano, coriander and rosemary.
Jersey Royal Potatoes
Mustard seeds and ginger.
Caraway, allspice, cumin, cinnamon, paprika and mix curry powder.
Chilli flakes, allspice, nutmeg, ginger, garlic, chives, dill and basil.
Roast it. Olive oil, organic sea salt, black pepper and a hot oven, transforms cabbage into a delicious, easy and low carb side dish
Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Basil, rosemary, sage, parsley, tarragon and thyme with a combination of garlic, salt and pepper work well with broccoli.
MEATS & GAME IN SEASON
Sweet and spicy – cayenne pepper, cumin, black pepper & sea salt.
Bay leaf, parsley, dill, basil, tarragon, sage, thyme, coriander and fennel.
Cream cheese, garlic, onion and grainy bread.
Tandoori spice, curry powder or cayenne pepper.
Italian seasoning, garlic an sea salt.
Mint, tarragon and thyme.
Paprika,cumin, rosemary, oregano, mixed herbs, coriander,
Lavender, chilli, garam masala, turmeric, and coriander.
Bay, juniper berries, rosemary, sage and sweet marjoram are the solution.
Spices like cloves, chilli, ginger, cardamon, juniper are rich in deep flavour. Herbs like rosemary and thyme are strong in taste.
A wide range of spices work well with beef. Here are some. Mustard, garlic, onion, black pepper, cayenne, curry powder and oregano
A seasoning can be great! Try salt, pepper, paprika, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, basil to create something fresh.
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