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Buy 2, Get 1 Free On Spice & Easy Meal Starter Spice Mixes With Code NEWLOOK
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A wide selection of culinary herbs for cooking, including classic dried herb blends like Herbes de Provence & Italian Herbs, as well as other popular cooking herbs, like basil, cilantro, oregano, sage & thyme. Our most popular blend, Cantanzaro Herbs, is an all-time customer favorite due to its all-purpose uses.

In addition to a variety of common cooking herbs, we also carry other unique herb spices, like summer savory, marjoram, and tarragon, which can typically be a bit harder to find when shopping for gourmet herbs at your local grocery store.
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  • Italian Herbs

    We use the finest dried Italian Herbs with the highest oil content to ensure a prominent, bold flavor that any classic Italian cook would savor. Us...

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  • Herbes de Provence

    Our salt-free blend of Herbes de Provence stays true to the classic French herb seasoning blend originally created in the South of France. Herbes d...

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  • Mediterranean Greek Oregano

    Greek Oregano, or Mediterranean Oregano, like many herbs comes from the mint family. Dried Greek oregano is a common ingredient for most tomato-bas...

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  • Cantanzaro Herbs

    Cantanzaro Herbs are a salt-free, mixed herbs seasoning blend based on our Italian Herbs seasoning blend, but is more all-purpose in usage. We reco...

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  • Premium French Thyme

    French Thyme is commonly used in everyday cooking. Our premium quality of French thyme leaves is a deeper, a darker green color and has a stronger ...

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  • Parsley

    Parsley is the most commonly cooked with herb in the United States. Dried parsley is quite light, and is used to bring both a clean, fresh flavor a...

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  • California Basil

    Our sweet California Basil is widely considered to be some of the best dried sweet basil around. Use dried basil seasoning to create the perfect sa...

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  • Mexican Oregano

    Mexican Oregano comes from the mint family and is widely used in both Southwest & Mexican cooking. Our variety of dried Mexican oregano is a bi...

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  • Cracked Rosemary

    Cracked Rosemary is perfect for seasoning roasted meats, as well as potatoes and sauces. Rosemary adds an herbal, piney flavor and tea-like aroma t...

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  • Pizza & Pasta Sprinkle

    Pizza & Pasta Sprinkle is a salt-free pasta seasoning and pizza sprinkle that's mainly made up of herbs like basil, oregano and thyme, in addit...

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  • Dill Weed

    Dill Weed seasoning is made up of dried dill leaves and is more commonly used to as a dill spice to season your favorite seafood, dip and sauce rec...

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  • Cilantro

    Cilantro has a complex but delicate flavor with a hint of pepper, mint, and lemon. When substituting dried cilantro for fresh, use 1/3 of the amoun...

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More Information

What is the difference between dried herbs and fresh?

Because dried herbs have been dehydrated, they have a more concentrated flavor, and are more potent than freshly chopped or minced herbs. Dried herbs are ideal for slow-cooking recipes, and for adding great flavor to dishes like stews, roasts, sauces, and soups. Also, woody herbs like rosemary and thyme tend to maintain their full 'fresh' flavor when dried and are good to keep in your pantry or spice cabinet.

What dried herbs mix well together?

Many different cuisines use various blends of dried cooking herbs in recipes, some you can buy or make yourself. Italian Herbs seasoning is a classic dried herb mix that generally contains basil, thyme, oregano, marjoram, and rosemary. Another traditional mix of dried herbs that go well together is our Herbes de Provence spice blend of thyme, summer savory, rosemary, marjoram, basil, lavender, and tarragon

Do chefs use dried herbs?

Chefs cook with dried herbs to add flavor to nearly every dish, especially sauces, soups and stews. Infusing dried herbs in oil is another way chefs use herbs to add more herby flavor when cooking or added to recipes. Using dried herbs in meat rubs or meat marinades is also common. Most butcher's rubs contain a blend of dried cooking herbs and other spices. You're likely to find dried herbs in almost any kitchen - professional or home.

Are dried herbs still beneficial?

Dried herbs are beneficial in recipes that have longer cooking times or higher temperatures (like soups), as they hold up better than fresh herbs. Culinary herbs that have been dried are also important for creating layers of flavor in sauces, dressings, marinades, and meat rubs. Some of the best dried cooking herbs to keep on hand in your kitchen are bay leaves and oregano.