Use just enough molasses powder
Knights from the middle ages carried Thyme as it was purported to
Also known as Thym.
Taste & aroma: Subtle and dry with a hint of mint.
Typical uses: Clam chowder, soup, stews, meat, lamb and eggs.
Is also widely used in fresh tomatoes, tomato spice, salads; poultry
stuffing, croquettes, fricassees; fish chowders, gumbo, vegetable soup;
shirred eggs; all meats; seafood sauces; artichokes, beans, beets,
carrots, mushrooms, onions, potatoes.
INGREDIENTS: Thyme leaves, broken
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