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Lavender as a culinary herb? Absolutely! Chives, dill, and basil may be more familiar, but lavender has one advantage over all the other herbs standing in the spice rack: versatility. No baker would add chives to shortbread cookies...or dill to chocolate truffles...or basil to an orange chiffon cake. Yet lavender's delicate sweetness imparts a fresh, fragrant taste to those very same recipes -- and scores of others. And, when it comes to savory dishes, the multifaceted little purple flower infuses entrees, soups, breads, and appetizers with a mellow yet aromatic bouquet that complements the flavors that surround it. Now, you can experience the refreshing taste of lavender in beverages, salads, sandwiches, ice creams, chocolates, and so much more. To experiment, we recommend adding lavender as a herb to new dishes for which you might otherwise use rosemary. Almost any dish that uses rosemary can be adapted to lavender. Indeed, in reading some older recipe books it appears that it was a host of lavender-based recipes that were subsequently adapted to rosemary!
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