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In pots or in the ground, seeds of basil, dill and cilantro are among the annual herbs that can be sown now for harvest in a few weeks.
The sausage comes with a choice of sides; cucumber salad, fairly lush with fresh dill, is the bomb; the house red cabbage tasted more of cinnamon than the usual cloves, still in the warm-spice family.
Dishes riff on classics, like a Scandi twist on carpaccio with dill and caraway or a very Midwestern-tasting crisp-skinned trout with aioli underneath.
Plant dill, parsley, sweet clover, and other herbs to attract adult flies.
Or their bright orange, Moroccan-inflected carrots flecked with crunchy walnuts and fresh dill.
My first challenge was locating all the ingredients, of which there are 22, including, but not limited to, avocados, bread, carrots, garlic, crème fraîche, cardamom pods, unsalted butter, lemons, dill, and ground sumac.
Herbs: Anise, basil, bay laurel, chives, dill, ginger, marjoram, mint, oregano, sage and thyme. 6.
Smoked Steelhead crudo, horseradish cream, pickled apple and celery root, popped quinoa, fresh dill. . . .
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Definition of dill for English Language Learners
: an herb with leaves that are used in cooking and with seeds that are used in flavoring foods such as pickles
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