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Slow Roasted Lamb courtesy of the Williamsburg Winery

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – Chef Ika Zaken from Williamsburg Winery makes a slow roasted lamb shoulder with herbs de provence and garlic mashed potatoes. Winemaker Matthew Meyer also shares with us info on the Adagio Release Party; celebrating their 2012 Adagio, their flagship wine. 37 more words


Herbs de Provence For Cooking

Herbs de Provence is perfumed plants whose leaves are used in food preparation and to add taste to dishes. Different cuisine rely on different kinds of herb, depending on which plants grow national or are cultivated in that country: for example, basil is identical with Italian food, while coriander is extensively used in Indian and South-east Asian dishes. 37 more words

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Remedies with Herbs de Provence

Some people might send away remedies with herbs de provence as quackery, the use of botanicals is well entrenched in medical. Early doctors systematically collect information about herbs and developed well-defined pharmacopoeias to treat with a diversity of ailment. 46 more words

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How is treated by herbs de provence

Herbs de provence are used to care for the our bodies. We think that herbs are only used to make delicious food. But herbs not only make the food delicious, but it is also makes the body powerful and healthy. 49 more words

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Simple Mozzarella Tomato Salad

Here’s an ultra-simple, ultra-delicious dish that works as a fantastic starter or even as a petite, flavor-packed lunch. As with all of our recipes, the key to this dish is the quality of the ingredients; in this recipe the mozzarella and the oil are the key. 96 more words

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Super Sides! Rosemary Parsley Potatoes

Roasted Rosemary Parsley Potatoes 

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Parma Ham Baguette with Goat Cheese and Balsamic Vinaigrette

My dad recently spent a week with us in Avignon and perhaps strangely, his favorite food during the visit wasn’t from the countless amazing restaurants (including the Michelin-starred… 1,009 more words

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