Greek Oregano Know Your Herbs and Spices

Oregano

Oregano (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The name oregano comes from the Greek ‘oros’ meaning mountain and ‘ganos’ meaning joy. If you need a versatile herb that plays well with others and can stand alone when needed try oregano.
Learn about this herb at this week’s Know Your Herbs and Spices at Daily Dish Magazine.

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One Response to Greek Oregano Know Your Herbs and Spices

  1. Kimberlee Mudger says:

    Oregano, commonly called “the pizza herb,” is one of the most widely-used herbs worldwide, so it is hard to imagine anyone not having tried it. However, oregano was virtually unused in America until returning World War II soldiers heightened the popularity of pizza. -`’;

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