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Cascara, aka the outer husk of the coffee cherry, is steeped like tea and mixed with lemon, cardamom, cinnamon, honey, and a tincture of herbs (bitter Gentian—which is a main ingredient in Campari—chamomile, lavender, and marjoram).
My idea of a comfort chicken is my mother's recipe, oven-baked with marjoram and paprika.
One cook might add a touch more thyme, another more marjoram.
Add onion, garlic, bay leaf, salt, marjoram and thyme.
In a small bowl, mix Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard, thyme, marjoram and tarragon.
Whip in ½ teaspoon salt, marjoram, dill, thyme and lemon zest until combined.
Toss parsley, chives, marjoram, lemon juice, and reserved radishes in a medium bowl; season with salt and pepper.
Beyond that, Michelove is developing an herb garden for perennial oregano, thyme and marjoram.
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