Quick Reference Herb Chart

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Herb Chart

Quick Reference Herb Chart for Cooking

Who doesn’t love the multitude of flavors that fresh herbs add to a meal. I’m so lucky to live in a climate where I can grow a variety of herbs year round. I try to use them whenever I get the opportunity. Not only are they incredibly tasty but many herbs also offer great health benefits. Parsley for example relaxes muscles and aids in digestion, rosemary boosts brainpower, oregano fights inflammation and thyme and sage are full of antioxidants.

Sometimes the thing that prevents us from using these wonderful herbs is our lack of knowledge of which herbs go with which foods. I’ve created a printable quick reference chart for you to keep in your cookbook or stick on the inside of your cupboard. This chart helps to layout what herbs goes best with the various meats, salads, soups, etc.

To download and print off your own herb chart, click here.

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Jamey By Jamey Ekins
~ Being imaginative, crafty and artistic is just like breathing to me. I blog about crafting, design, kids fun and activities, DIY’s, crochet, sewing, art, recipes and more. You’ll find lots of free loot too including, patterns, printables, tutorials and downloads. New and creative ideas are posted frequently so stop by and check it out.



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2 Comments

2 Comments on Quick Reference Herb Chart

  1. Anonymous
    May 17, 2014 at 6:56 AM (3 years ago)

    Ever since enjoying dinners at your house I have wondered when to use each one to get the taste and benefits you described. This fills the bill. Thanks,

    Dad

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  2. Laura Jolna
    May 23, 2014 at 12:00 PM (3 years ago)

    Wonderful chart & visual guide – Thank you Jamey!

    Reply

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