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    Definitely coriander... although I love most herbs, especially when fresh.

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    Basil is the one I most commonly use. I have a load of oregano in the backyard, but never use it as I find it a bit fiddly to pick and chop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Basil is the one I most commonly use. I have a load of oregano in the backyard, but never use it as I find it a bit fiddly to pick and chop.
    I just chuck a few sprigs of oregano into my spag bol sauce. Don't bother picking the leaves off or anything. Yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I just chuck a few sprigs of oregano into my spag bol sauce. Don't bother picking the leaves off or anything. Yummy.
    Maybe I'll try that. I guess the stalks are soft anyway and probably break down. It's a shame to waste them as they just grow like crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Maybe I'll try that. I guess the stalks are soft anyway and probably break down. It's a shame to waste them as they just grow like crazy.
    Oh my goodness, I spelt oregano wrong. How embarrassing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Oh my goodness, I spelt oregano wrong. How embarrassing!
    I've edited the quote to avoid ongoing shame, lol.

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    Rosemary!

    It saved the day here tonight...nothing like a little pot of rosemary in the kitchen to snip from

    Love lots of other too - don't think there is ANYTHING foodwise that I would turn my nose up at...

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    Garlic, shallot, hot chilli, pepper, spring onion in almost everything.
    Dill with fish, rosemarry with beef and lamb stew, ginger and lemongrass with chicken, duck, some steam or curry dish. I also have jars of five spices, some cinnamon quils (sp?), star annise, coriander seeds. If i get to go to a vietnamese market i normally buy a bunch of mixed herbs and coriander, i use them in cold springrolls or as salad, very refreshing. Still have some mixed spices that i bought from Buttoneska, they are so good and handy.

    I also use lime leaves sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    I've edited the quote to avoid ongoing shame, lol.
    Thank you!


 

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