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Holiday Herbs 101

The best way to add flavor and depth to your holiday dishes? Pick the right herb for the job.

Basil – Sweet and peppery
Try in: crab cakes, roasted meats, stuffed mushrooms, soups and curries.

Sage – Woodsy
Try with: Stuffing, roasted veggies (especially butternut squash) and gravy.

Rosemary – Woodsy and pungent
Try in: Stews, roasted veggies and meats and dishes with garlic.

Dill – Sweet and citrusy
Try in: Fish dishes, dips and sauces.

Tarragon – Licorice and peppery
Try in: Sauces for fish, potato salad and vinaigrette.

Chives – Mild oniony flavor
Try in: Dips, risottos and rice dishes.

Cilantro – Lemony and bright
Try in: Chutney, leftover turkey sandwiches, dips, soups and salads.

Thyme – Grassy and minty
Try in: Dips with goat cheese, gravy (especially with mushrooms) and roasted veggies.

Oregano – Minty and peppery
Try in: Beef roasts, marinated mushrooms, pizzas and salad dressings.

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