Usage: Marjoram could lose its flavor with heat, so it is good to add the herb toward the end of the cooking process. Can be used with fish, seafood, beef, chicken and soups.
Info: Also known as sweet marjoram and knotted marjoram, it is a symbol of happiness for the Greeks and Romans. The city of Marjora was named after marjoram, which is actually its coat of arms. It was cultivated over 3,000 years ago as a potherb by the Egyptians and used as seasoning for meat, fish, vegetables, and wines.
Marjoram is a perennial plant with a sweet pine and citrus flavor.
Origin: Mediterranean region
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Last Updated: Wednesday, 22 May 2013 00:28