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Culinary Herbs

Culinary Herbs
Culinary Herbs are the foundation and finish of many great dishes. Hearty herbs like sage and rosemary lend warmth to stuffings and casseroles. Delicate herbs like chives and sweet basil are a delicate garnish. Herbs are among the most fragile flavors. Optimal flavor lasts for about six months and decays after that. We recommend ordering frequently in smaller quantities to maximize freshness and flavor.

Sweet Basil

Chefs and mixologists slap their basil to release its sweet freshness. It pairs perfectly with tomato and garlic but also...

Egyptian Basil

Basil and basilisk share etymology and a story: basileus in ancient Greek means king. Romans believed the king of herbs...

Egyptian Basil, Organically Sourced

Basil and basilisk share etymology and a story: basileus in ancient Greek means king. Romans believed the king of herbs...

Chervil

If parsley and anise had a child, it would be Chervil. An ingredient in traditional French fines herbes mixes, chervil...

Freeze Dried Chives

A cousin of the scallion, chives have a delicate onion flavor. Freeze-drying preserves their color, scent, and texture. These Freeze...

Cilantro

Originally from Iran, and now thriving in Southeast Asia, North Africa, and Mexico, cilantro—also known as coriander or Chinese parsley—is...

Dill Weed

Dill weed is a culinary map of Europe: its fresh, intensely bright zing is found in Swedish gravlax, Finnish dill...

Epazote Leaf and Stem

Mexican cooks let epazote leaves age as long as possible before picking them. Every day that passes makes their minty-pine...

Fines Herbes

Across the south of France, cooks pick herbs from their gardens to make this classic mix. No matter its exact...

Gumbo File

Gumbo just isn't the same without true gumbo filé made from dried and powdered sassafras leaves. Ground in small batches,...

Herbes de Provence

The scent of Provence in a bottle, these classic Mediterranean herbs, dried at their peak, add summery redolence to rabbit,...

Homestyle Herbs Soup Blend

On a chilly day, there is nothing more comforting than having a giant pot of soup simmering on the stove....

Italian Herb Blend

De re coquinaria was one of the earliest cookbooks written, in the first century AD. Its Roman authors noted that...

Lemongrass, Organically Sourced

Fresh lemongrass should always be your first choice when cooking Thai or Vietnamese, but it's not always an option. Use...

Marjoram

Delicate and piney, marjoram stars in Hungarian stews and is an essential component of herbes de Provence. Long before rose...

Green Onion Flakes

Green onions, also known as scallions or spring onions, are milder than bulb onions. Green onion flakes are great with...

Greek Oregano

If Greece had a national herb, it would be oregano. This relative of mint has sweet notes of rosemary and...

Mexican Oregano

Unlike its Greek cousin, Mexican Oregano is related to verbena. It is earthier and more pungent in flavor and scent....

Ground Mexican Oregano

Unlike its Greek cousin, Mexican oregano is related to verbena. It is earthier and more pungent in both flavor and...

Turkish Oregano, Organically Sourced

Were Greece to recognize a national herb, oregano would be it. This relative of mint has sweet notes of rosemary...

Parsley Flakes

Argentine chimichurri, Slovenian tržaska omaka, and Lebanese tabbouleh all feature the bright, grassy flavor of this intensely green herb. Most...

Peppermint, Organically Sourced

In Morocco, fiesty, sweet peppermint tea is the way to welcome guests into your home or shop. In England and...

Cracked Rosemary Needles

Mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet, rosemary has a storied past. Believed to ward off thieves, boost memory, and inspire...

Ground Rosemary

Mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet, rosemary has a storied past. It was used to ward off thieves, boost memory,...

Whole Rosemary Needles

Rosemary has a storied past. It is mentioned in Don Quixote and Hamlet. It was used to ward off thieves,...

Broken Leaf Sage

Sage is the characteristic flavor of saltimbocca, turkey stuffing, and Lincolnshire sausages. To cooks, it is the dried leaf of...

Rubbed Sage

Sage is the characteristic flavor of saltimbocca, turkey stuffing, and Lincolnshire sausages. Traditionally rubbed between the hands, our Dalmation dried...

Summer Savory

Summer Savory grows in rich, light soil, and its seeds are very slow to germinate. Its woody, thyme-like richness is...

Freeze Dried Scallions

Scallions finish some of the most delicious dishes on the planet. Imagine a platter of grilled meats or a wok...

Spearmint, Organically Sourced

Cooler than its cousin peppermint—and also known as garden mint—these fragrant leaves are serene in a welcoming cup of hot,...

French Tarragon

Tarragon is bittersweet with a taste like licorice. It is often associated with French cooking, where it appears in Béarnaise...

French StyleThyme

Thyme is a relative of mint and oregano, which explains its bright, warm, woody, pungency. Its tiny leaves are a...

Lemon Thyme, Organically Sourced

Lemony, bright, and pungent, this thyme varietal is a favorite in salads, summer dishes, and even teas. Tempting as it...

Broken Leaf Thyme

Among the world’s oldest culinary herbs, thyme is a relative of both mint and oregano, which explains its warm, woody...

Ground Thyme Leaves

Thyme is a relative of both mint and oregano, which explains its bright, warm, woody, pungency. Its tiny leaves are...

Thyme, Organically Sourced

Thyme is a relative of both mint and oregano, which explains its bright, warm, woody, pungency. Its tiny leaves are...

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