Culinary Herbs

Culinary herbs are the cross-section of sun, rain, wind, a plant’s essence, and bring elevated fragrance and verdant flavor to a dish. Whether they’re bright and peppery or softly floral, herbs produce ethereal flavors, the kind you smell as much as you taste. Herbs brighten up everything from pasta to pungent cheese…as long as you put the right ones together. They are the leaves and stems of a plant; when an herb dries, the essential oils present in the plant concentrate. This makes them become more pungent as they dry, but they are not created equal. Find out how to manage measurements of dry herbs and when to add them to cooking in our guide to Getting the Most out of Your Dried Herbs.

Chervil
Chervil
Chervil is native to southern Russia and SE Europe. Herb snobs love to talk about how dried herbs are worthless and not worth buying.
Cracked Rosemary
Cracked Rosemary
Dried Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is also called dried rosemary leaves, cracked rosemary, or rosemary dried herbs.
Culinary Lavender
Culinary Lavender
Culinary Lavender's is most often considered native to the Mediterranean region but its natural range is in Arabia, the Canary Islands, Eastern Africa, India and Southern Europe.
Dill Weed
Dill Weed
An ancient herb with a wide footprint Dill is indigenous to Eastern Europe.
Dried Basil
Dried Basil
Dried Basil is an extremely aromatic herb. This sweet basil is a member of the mint family and it has pepper, anise, and minty tones.
Dried Chives
Dried Chives
Dried Chives (pronounced "CHYVZ"), Allium schoenoprasum, are also called dry chives, chives dried or air dried chives.
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro (pronounced "see-laan-tro"), Coriandrum sativum, is also called dried cilantro leaves, dry cilantro, or dried coriander leaves.
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Dried Fenugreek Leaves (pronounced "feh-nyuh-greek"), Trigonella foenum-graecum, is also called dry fenugreek leaves, dried fenugreek, or dry fenugreek.  
Dried Mint
Dried Mint
Dried Spearmint, Mentha spicata, is also called dried mint, dried spearmint leaves, or dried mint leaves. Dried Spearmint has an essential oil content of .5%.  
Dried Parsley
Dried Parsley
When you think of Dried Parsley, you think crisp. Grassy. Decidedly “green” in its flavor. Now go past that.
Dried Sage
Dried Sage
Dried Sage, Salvia officinalis, is also called dried sage leaves, dry sage, or sage leaves. Dried Sage has 1.5% to 3.0% essential oil.  
File Powder
File Powder
Pronounced “FEE-lay”, our Filé Powder is an herbal thickening agent made primarily from ground sassafras leaves.
French Tarragon
French Tarragon
French Tarragon smells warm and sweet, grassy with licorice and mint, with an inviting, vanilla-like embrace at the end.
Greek Oregano
Greek Oregano
Greek Oregano is an herb with an assertive flavor. It’s at once woodsy and earthy and a bit medicinal, with a late bite of bitter pepper that builds as you eat it.
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves, Laurus nobilis, are also called bay leaf powder, ground bay leaf, or bay leaves powder. Bay Leaves have an essential oil of .8% - 3.0%.  
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves
Ground Makrut Lime Leaves have a flamboyant perfume; bold and intoxicating, rife with the smell of lime and lemon, with an undercurrent of jasmine tea.
Ground Marjoram
Ground Marjoram
MAHR-juh-ruhm
Ground Oregano
Ground Oregano
Ground Mediterranean Oregano offers a glimpse into the dark side of mint.
Ground Parsley
Ground Parsley
Petroselinum crispum, also known as parsley, is closely related to carrots, celery and parsnip. It's native to the eastern Mediterranean part of Greece, Italy, and Turkey.
Ground Rosemary
Ground Rosemary
Used heavily in Mediterranean cuisines, Rosmarinus offinialis , or rosemary, is an extremely flavorful herb.
Ground Thyme
Ground Thyme
Pronounced "time" Thyme is also known as common thyme or garden thyme and is from the species Thymus vulgarisandis which is one of over 350 species in the Lamiaceae (mint) family.
Lemongrass Powder
Lemongrass Powder
Lemongrass Powder, Cymbopogon citratus, is also called lemon grass powder, dried lemongrass, or lemongrass seasoning.
Makrut Lime Leaves
Makrut Lime Leaves
Makrut lime, or or Citrus hystrix, is also known as Indonesian lime, wild lime, or Thai lime. Both the rind of the fruit and the leaves are used.
Marjoram Leaf
Marjoram Leaf
A close relative of oregano and lavender, sweet Marjoram Leaf's taste is a bit minty, with a warm, woody bottom note.
Mediterranean Thyme
Mediterranean Thyme
Fragrant and herbal, with a brisk, woodsy flavor that has a touch of floral qualities and even a hint of pine and smoke, sturdy Mediterranean Thyme is the Little Herb That Could…Go With Just About
Mexican Oregano
Mexican Oregano
Despite its name, Mexican Oregano is a member of the Verbenaceae family and not botanically related to oregano. Mexican Oregano has an intense, pungent aroma of pepper, grass, and hay.
Organic Basil
Organic Basil
Ocimum basilicum, commonly referred to as basil, is a member of the Lamiaceae family, or the mint family.
Organic Bay Leaves
Organic Bay Leaves
Organic Bay Leaves, Laurus nobilis, are also called organic bay leaf. Bay Leaves have an essential oil of .8% - 3.0%.
Organic Cilantro
Organic Cilantro
Cilantro, pronounced “see-LAHN-tro,” has the scientific name Coriandrum sativum. It comes from the coriander plant, which is one of the few plants that produces both an herb and a spice.
Organic Cracked Rosemary
Organic Cracked Rosemary
Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is from the Lamiaceae family (mint family) and is closely related to basil, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, mint, oregano, sage, savory and thyme.
Organic Curry Leaves
Organic Curry Leaves
The curry tree (Murraya koenigii or Bergera koenigii) is a tropical to sub-tropical tree in the family Rutaceae (the rue or citrus family) and is closely related to grape
Organic Dill Weed
Organic Dill Weed
Floaty and ethereal, our Organic Dill Weed greets the nose with an earthy smell that fuses lemon and caraway, with a deeply vegetal core. Its flavor is not sharp, but it can be assertive.
Organic Ground Basil
Organic Ground Basil
Basil, scientifically called Ocimum basilicum, is a member of the lamiaceae (mint) family and is closely related to lavender, marjoram, oregano, thyme and spearmint.
Organic Ground Bay Leaves
Organic Ground Bay Leaves
With a strong menthol-and-eucalyptus scent, our Organic Ground Bay Leaves assert themselves right from the start.
Organic Ground Rosemary
Organic Ground Rosemary
Rosemary, from the Rosmarinus offinialis plant, is popular in Mediterranean cuisines and has been used for centuries in food preservation and flavor enhancing.
Organic Marjoram
Organic Marjoram
Marjoram, Origanum hortensis, is from the family Lamiaceae and is closely related to basil, lavender, mint, oregano, rosemary, sage, savory and thyme.
Organic Mediterranean Oregano
Organic Mediterranean Oregano
Organic Mediterranean Oregano, Origanum vulgare is a member of the Lamiaceae, or mint, family.
Organic Parsley
Organic Parsley
Parsley, whose scientific name is Petroselinum crispum, has been cultivated for over 2,000 years.
Organic Rubbed Sage
Organic Rubbed Sage
Sage, or Salvia officinalis, is of the mint family, whose technical name is Lamiaceae.
Organic Savory
Organic Savory
Summer savory, or Satureja hortensis, is a popular herb used both medicinally and in culinary applications.
Organic Spearmint
Organic Spearmint
Dried Spearmint, Mentha spicata, is also called dried mint, dried spearmint leaves, or dried mint leaves.
Organic Thyme Leaf
Organic Thyme Leaf
This fragrant perennial is native to the southern Mediterranean region, North Africa, and Asia.
Rubbed Sage
Rubbed Sage
Sage, also called garden sage or common sage, is a leaf that comes from a perennial sub-shrub in the mint family that has woody stems, greyish leaves and purple flowers.
Summer Savory
Summer Savory
Summer Savory has a peppery bite with a light, herby flavor and aroma and the taste is a subtle cross between marjoram, mint and thyme.
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