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These products, many packaged in subtle bottles, are more herbaceous than medicinal.
Its herbaceous flavor — part mint, part tarragon, part anise—might be as common in Korea as the flavor of basil is in the United States.
Look, too, for Sans’ herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc and gingery rosé of Carignan.
Damaged growth on herbaceous or non-woody plants, such as cannas, elephant ears, birds-of-paradise, begonias, impatiens, philodendrons and gingers, may be pruned back to living tissue.
This fragrant, herbaceous stew uses budget-friendly chicken drumsticks and can feed you all week for the price of one takeout dinner.
Bursting with the big brash flavors of green olives, anchovies, and capers, this herbaceous pasta sauce isn't afraid to bite back.
Quintay Clava Sauvignon Blanc — a Chilean white wine that has a crisp, dry, herbaceous flavor, Harper said.
Esquites is similar in spirit but easier to eat: The kernels are shaved from the cob, cooked in chicken broth with herbaceous epazote, ladled into a plastic cup, and topped with mayo, queso, and chili.
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