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Rosemary can develop into tall shrubs; thyme is used as a ground cover; oregano grows into large mounds that have to be pruned back.
In a food processor, combine the panko and thyme for 30 seconds.
Mint, lemon balm, creeping thyme and rosemary are all excellent choices for fragrant, textured ground cover that will help keep weeds from sprouting.
Some herbs, such as thyme, sage and lavender, don't tolerate heat and rain very well and may be struggling now.
Stop machine and settle in the bowl 2 cups fresh basil leaves and flowers (or better yet, 1 1/2 cups basil leaves plus 1/2 cup mixed fresh parsley, oregano and thyme leaves).
Herbs such as thyme, basil and chives can be added to the dressing if desired.
In the agricultural commuities of the north, a shepherd may offer homemade cheese or citrus fruit from his farm, or bread baked fresh in a taboun (clay oven) and topped with za’aatar—a Jordanian spice blend of salt, pepper, thyme and sesame seeds.
Simply put the lentils in 2 shallow serving bowls, top with the peach segments with the chevre and thyme, and serve.
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