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Herbes de la Garrigue

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Herbes de la Garrigue is similar to the more famous herb blend from Provence but with the hearty additions of rosemary, fennel, mint and Turkish bay leaf. Try it on grilled meats, to flavor home baked breads, or anywhere you’d like some of the rustic flavors from southwestern France.


 8 Comments

  1. Matthew Comerford says:

    This used to be offered as a blend. Please make it again. It’s my favorite!!

    • Sherrie says:

      We love this blend, too, but not many people used it as much as some of our other blends. We pride ourselves on the freshness of our blends, so try to make them once or twice a month. With this blend, and a few others that also have their recipes online, we were making them every three or four months. This recipe will make about 1/2 cup, so you’ll be able to make it fresh, and it should be enough for you to enjoy for a few months, at least. Enjoy!

  2. judy says:

    I agree – it has lots of character! Please bring it back.

  3. Jill Williams says:

    I was surprised and sorry you no longer had this blend. It has definitely been one of our favorites-so good in so many places and different. The bay and mint add so much but you don’t realize they are there. Perhaps you should highlight it more so more people know how to use it. It is excellent on any grilled meat. Good on vegetables and in mushroom bacon soup.

  4. Marci Marilyn Miller says:

    You say there are others besides this one that now have their recipes online since they aren’t available anymore – could you give a quick list of those? And I have to add my plea that you sell this again, too. Thanks

  5. Tiffany says:

    I love this blend! Please bring it back. It is must for my roast chicken dinners.

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