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Thyme

A minty, earthy flavor that's slightly sweet and finishes with a quiet peppery quality. It’s a complementary flavor that works well with other herbs and spices.

A minty, earthy flavor that's slightly sweet and finishes with a quiet peppery quality. It’s a complementary flavor that works well with other herbs and spices.

Fun Fact

In the Victorian era, thyme took on a magical meaning: it was believed that a patch of wild thyme was a telltale sign that woodland fairies had recently danced on that spot.

Spice Stats

Native to:
Southern Europe
Plant family:
Lamiaceae
Raw form:
Herb
Native to:Southern Europe
Plant family:Lamiaceae
Raw form:Herb

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Familiar yet versatile, there’s a reason these tried and true spices are common characters in the average American cupboard. Perfect for new cooks or new homes.

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Additional recipes:

Focaccia

Uses: Rosemary, Sweet Basil, Thyme

Herbed Baked Eggs

Uses: Thyme, California Garlic Powder, Tellicherry Black Pepper

Spinach & Mushroom Soup

Uses: Cumin, Kerinci Cinnamon, Thyme

Note: Sub ½ tsp dried thyme for fresh thyme. Allspice is optional!