To ancient Greeks, Thyme symbolized style, elegance and courage. In the middle ages, ladies would embroider thyme leaves on the scarves of their knights to wear into battle. To the Roman, Pliny, it was a remedy for a myriad of disorders.

Use to season leg of lamb, French stews, Italian dishes, poultry stuffing, Manhattan clam chowder, and stocks. Try on fresh tomatoes, add a pinch to marinades, herb butters and cottage cheese (or put under your pillow to ward off bad dreams). [Thyme]


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