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Lizzie's Kitchen Herbes De Provence Seasoning

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Brand: Lizzie's Kitchen / Type: Seasoning

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      25.02.2010 19:09
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      Me like da herb.

      Lizzie's Kitchen Herbes De Provence Seasoning are a superb mix of French selected herbs. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Fennel and Basil. It has a thousand different uses. It goes absolutely great on crackers with or without cheese, and herein complements black or white pepper superbly. I find it goes very well with edam too. There are some really surprising places you can sprinkle it, including in rice, inside dumplings before you've cooked them, or even in oxo or on lunch meat. It also looks very nice and makes a great aesthetic addition to all kinds of salads.

      This is quite simply a brilliant selection of herbs with a million uses, that never really gets tired, although it must be said that you can run the risk of making everything taste the same if you overuse it, and also, its very safe. Its scarcely an explosion of flavour but does, like I say add that little extra zing that some of the more monotonous dishes may well be lacking in.

      Lizzie's Kitchen Herbes de Provence are a superb blend and my own personal favourite, they're also very reasonably priced and the packing, whilst spartan, appears very classic in any cupboard and looks very attractive. The herbs also never realls go off, even if left unsealed. You can sprinkle them on absolutely any savoury dish, particularly cheese ones to make them better. I definitely recommend Herbes De Provence, particularly this brand.


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