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Marjoram

Delicate and piney, marjoram stars in Hungarian stews and is an essential component of herbes de Provence. Long before rose petals were strewn along the aisle at weddings, marjoram was the choice leaf to scatter. In 1685, Westminster Abbey used 18 bushels of marjoram for King James II’s coronation.

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Sometimes called wild oregano, marjoram has been cultivated in the Mediterranean region for thousands of years. It’s used to add a wonderful delicate and piney flavor to roasted meats, in tomato and vegetable dishes, and in Polish and German sausage recipes. Sweet and complex, this marjoram herb is also wonderful in homemade vinaigrette dressings. Due to its delicate nature, marjoram spice is best added towards the end of cooking.

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