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    Default Which herb?

    I'm cooking a lamb shank dish with red wine, tomato based sauce and chicken stock. My guests are not a huge fan of rosemary, so I was thinking either:
    - dried bay leaf
    - dried oregano. Or
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    Do you have any thyme?

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    I would say thyme if rosemary is a no go!

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    Oh I don't think so. Doh!

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    Never mind go the bay leave and oregano

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    Add some paprika and lemon zest if u have some

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    I'll see if I can duck down to the shops. Dry or fresh thyme?

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    Fresh basil would be lovely I think.

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    Either would be great


 

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