English to Igbo Meaning :: marjoram

Marjoram :
- marjorammarjoram
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Noun(1) aromatic Eurasian perennial(2) pungent leaves used as seasoning with meats and fowl and in stews and soups and omelets

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(1) There is nothing better than having fresh herbs on hand for cooking and marjoram , thyme, sage, chives, rosemary, parsley and basil will all thrive on a windowsill.(2) Herbs such as chives, lemon balm, marjoram , and mint are also attractive to insects.(3) Many herbs get a head start when planted now, so put in some coriander, fennel, marjoram , oregano and parsley.(4) Use any herbs that come to hand, but I recommend the following: sweet cicely, bronze fennel, chervil, flat-leaf parsley, marjoram or mint.(5) Herbs have been included as well: marjoram for joy, rosemary for love and remembrance, and lemon balm for happy spirits and wishes fulfilled.(6) Fennel, rosemary, marjoram , garlic, and juniper berries are variously favoured aromatics in Italian pork cookery.(7) Add it to the sauce, then add chopped mint and marjoram .(8) Rosemary and thyme both release their flavours in the heat of the oven - unlike the softie herbs such as basil, marjoram and oregano which can't take the heat and are best avoided here.(9) The most distinct relatives of mint are basil, marjoram , oregano, rosemary, savory, and thyme, all of which are members of the Labiatae family.(10) Chives, marjoram , mint, oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon, and thyme are good choices for a sunny kitchen windowsill.(11) Herbs are essential ingredients and a generous mix of marjoram , basil, rosemary, and thyme is used for seasoning roast meats and the barbecue.(12) Plant lettuce or marjoram in your gardens to protect them, peony to safeguard against storm damage, and sunflowers to generate anti-bug energies.(13) Sow herbs, including basil, chives, coriander and marjoram in the garden or in windowsill pots.(14) For the cookpot there's French tarragon, marjoram , oregano, rosemary and thyme which hail from arid parts of the Mediterranean.(15) Herb de Provence is a mixture of herbs, often including thyme, rosemary, tarragon, chervil, sage, marjoram , basil and fennel seed.(16) Try herbs such as chamomile, mint, marjoram , lemon verbena, or scented geraniums (Pelargoniums).
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