Herb - Oregano

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Whether fresh or dried, oregano is one of the foundations of Greek and Italian cuisine because of its ability to draw out the best of tomato-based dishes and any other ingredient it’s blended with. Not quite as strong or sweet as wild marjoram (its close cousin), oregano could be called an essential herb for the kitchen.

Perennial and easy to grow, whether from seed or small seedlings, oregano proliferates quickly in a wide climate range into a small, attractive bush with grey-green leaves. Clip what you need, swish them in cool water, and dry before use. Keep dried oregano in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

Soups, salads, sauces, meat dishes, eggs, and anything considered Mediterranean all are enhanced with a few teaspoons of oregano added for delicious complexity and flavor.



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