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Warm Halloumi with Herbs

Halloumi is made from sheep and goat's milk. Good with pita bread, and a spinach and red onion salad.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Marinated Chicken Alla Griglia

This is a simple marinated chicken–I used to make it all the time at home. The first time I tried this baby out, one of my cooks said to ...

by Andrew Carmellini


Baked Clams Oreganate

This dish requires a definite oregano taste, so you should sample as you add the herb, keeping in mind that dried oregano varies tremendo...

by Frank Pellegrino


Two Herb Blends

You can purchase mixtures of Italian or Provencal herbs in bottles, but it’s fun and more economical to make your own. Be sure to use dri...

by Lorna Sass

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Oceanus’s Oversized Pita with Oregano and Rosemary

We have the best ingredients in the world,’ said Eyal Shoni, chef-owner of the highly praised Oceanus Restaurant in Jerusalem and Herzliy...

by Joan Nathan


Pasta with Almost Every Herb in the Garden

I’ve made this sauce in Italy with wild herbs that I gathered in the countryside. I love preparing it with my own fresh herbs. Wild herbs...

by Viana La Place


Chimichurri Sirloin

As Argentinean as the country’s cowboy, the gaucho, chimichurri sauce resembles a New World pesto. The robust blend pairs perfectly with ...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


Lemon and Oregano Polenta Muffins

Not your usual muffins by any means, these little gems go perfectly with grilled dishes such as a Greek-style chicken. Add a cucumber and...

by Brigit Binns


Grilled Shrimp and Garlic-Stuffed Black Olive Skewers

Your seafood shop will sell shrimp anywhere from “5 and unders” all the way to “50 and ups.” This refers to the average number of shrimp ...

by Tom Douglas


Orecchiette with Kale, Pancetta, and Oregano

This is a quick pasta to satisfy cool-weather cravings for greens. I’ve been making it ever since I tasted a similar dish in Rome many ye...

by Jerry Traunfeld


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