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marjoram

mo juh ruhm

  • n  aromatic Eurasian perennial
  • n  pungent leaves used as seasoning with meats and fowl and in stews and soups and omelets

  • Forman instead brewed up harmless-sounding potions, including one made of "sage, marjoram, elderbuds, ashbuds, berberis, liquorice, aniseed, aloes and juniper berries.
  • Estonia Vere pannkoogid A challenge even to the heartiest carnivore, these "blood pancakes" are made from a batter of pig's blood, water or stock, barley flour and marjoram.
  • A challenge even to the heartiest carnivore, these "blood pancakes" are made from a batter of pig's blood, water or stock, barley flour and marjoram.
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  • September gardening calendar
    Continue planting evergreens. Cuttings of annuals can be taken now to provide vigorous plants for overwintering. Herbs such as parsley, rosemary, chives, thyme and marjoram can be dug from the garden and placed in pots to overwinter indoors.
    Aug. 25, 2013 - The Springfield News-Leader

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