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Homemade ‘Herbes De Provence’ a la California, Fresh from your garden

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

‘Herbes de Provence’ a la California
This specialty ‘Herbes de Provence’ a la California mixture is especially versatile for a ‘California’ flavour to all your dishes, from soups to savory dishes. You can use it on fish, poultry and meats, with your vegetables, casseroles….virtually any dish you wish to spice up reminiscent of a little [...]

‘Herbes de Provence’ — Classic Spice-mix Recipes

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

‘Herbes de Provence’ is used in most French cooking to season chicken, meats, fish, soups and vegetables. It generally combines oregano, rosemary, thyme, savory, marjoram and French Lavender. Several variations of this classic herb mixture have developed over the years, with two favourites listed here.
Both of these delightful recipe-combinations utilize your pesticide-free home-grown herbs beautifully…For [...]

‘Herbes de Provence’ a la California

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

This ‘Herbes de Provence’ a la California mixture is especially versatile for a ‘California’ flavour to all your dishes, from soups to savory dishes. You can use it on fish, poultry and meats, with your vegetables, casseroles, stews….virtually any dish you wish to spice up reminiscent of a little California sun! (A delightful combination in [...]

Classic Fresh Herb Cooking Combinations

Friday, November 21st, 2008

The following are basic accepted universal recipes for flavouring your cooking, baking, and BBQ’ing. Use the provided combinations of fine herbes, boquet garni, and herbes de provence mixes whenever they are called for in recipe books. After you develop a flavour for using these standard combinations, and you gain more experience in gourmet cooking, you [...]