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    Default Favourite herb to cook with?

    I just LOVE rosemary. And oregano, and fresh basil and mint! Rosemary is my favourite though.

    DEPISE coriander.

    What herbs do you like using?

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    Basil

    Oh and I love coriander, fresh thai beef salad or home made salsa are my favorite dishes with coriander.

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    lol Coriander!! & Turmeric.... and I agree on rosemary

    not a herb, but garlic pretty much goes in everything I cook! might be why we never get sick hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    lol Coriander!! & Turmeric.... and I agree on rosemary

    not a herb, but garlic pretty much goes in everything I cook! might be why we never get sick hehe
    Mmmm I adore garlic. I just cooked myself hash browns with mushroom, asparagus and crunchy garlic for lunch. Oh - and rosemary

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    Garlic or basil

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    Never used chervil, does it taste like parsley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    chervil
    What's that ? What do you use it in ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Never used chervil, does it taste like parsley?
    yeh similar but different. (not very helfpul hah) I just love it cos its like parlsey but fresher/more interesting. And its one of the few herbs that I find I can use fresh or actually cook without losing too much of its flavour.

    in my mind its like butter, lemon and salt - it doesn't distract from the flavours just jazzes them all up.

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    Garlic, turmeric, cummin, coriander, garam masala and chili. Are some spices I always cook with. Lol


 

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