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- adj. Of or pertaining to herbs
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having the nature of, pertaining to, or covered with, herbs or herbage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to herbs; a bounding with or affected by herbs; herbaceous.
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I often share her "herby" thoughts with my fellow herbies at the Qld Herb Society.
There is much raving from across the table about the flavour of the eggs ( "herby") and even the toast wins props as it too is slathered with an herb butter.
Vegetarian pepperoni and chicken, along with a packet of mixed Asiago and Provolone cheese cubes, got layered on top of an herby tomato paste base, then I sealed them up, cut some steam vents and popped 'em in the oven.
Boyle + Gardner for The Wall Street Journal/Food Styling by Karen Evans Clockwise from left: Lardo and rosemary, cherry tomato and almond, walnut, arugula and pistachio pestos Pesto is a gift from summer — a nutty, herby distillation of a sweet-smelling, sunshine-loving herb.
Fine James, I herby amend #39 from “Hemingway/Rosseauian” to “Hemingway.”
Although in theory the aniseed flavour should pair perfectly with seafood, in this instance it adds a distracting sweet herby note that spoils the zesty partnership between garlic and clam.
They are firmer than cakes but full of herby goodness, unlike fingers.
Angela Hartnett's healthy herby fruit salad recipe - video
I, The Rev. Charles S. Currie, Jr., do herby solemnly swear not to purchase any additional books until the ones currently on my desk have been completed in full.
The former is found at the entrance to Shepherd's Bush market, where, from a simple cafe unit, Ahmad Yassine dispenses nutty, herby crisp-fried falafel of a remarkable fluffy lightness in various wraps.