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Add red bell peppers, red onions, celery, garlic, serrano chile, mustard seeds, bay leaves and thyme, and cook until soft, 3-5 minutes.
Combine zest with the chili powder, brown sugar, thyme, cumin, chipotle powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt and a few grinds of pepper in a small bowl.
Ingredients Ice 1 1/2 ounces white Pineau des Charentes (see headnote) 1 ounce tonic water Twist of grapefruit peel, for garnish 1 sprig fresh thyme, for garnish Steps Fill a wine glass with ice.
Now combine the thyme, honey, vinegar and olive oil into the marinade.
An animal lucky enough to be part of the restaurateur/rancher’s herd in northwestern Spain gets to laze about in mountain pastures redolent of thyme and other fragrant herbs.
Sprinkle each with some of the thyme, a bit of flaky salt, and a drizzle of honey, if using.
Garnish by placing the twist of grapefruit peel and the sprig of thyme in the drink.
The addition of tarragon which has notes of anise, along with the lemony essence of thyme, compliment the salmon beautifully.
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Origin and Etymology of thyme
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Definition of thyme for English Language Learners
: a sweet-smelling herb with small leaves that is used in cooking
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