It is titled: Flavors to Shake the Salt Habit.
There are 50 spices & Herbs listed in Alpha order. But that is not all. There is a Use in Regional Cuisines as well.
They have listed
Under each country/area the spices that are used in that country are listed only the numbers that apply in the 1 to 50 list.
There is also additional list of foods and the herbs/spices that enhance them also from the 1 to 50 list.
1) Enhance Grills & Roasts: Beef, Lamb, Poultry & Salmon
2) Flavors Soups & Stews
Beef Stew, Bouillabaisse, Chicken soup, Chili & Vegetable soup
3) Combine for Salads & Dressings
Asian Vinaigrette, French Vinaigrette, Pasta Salad, Thai Noodles
4) Add to Vegetarian Favorites
Black Bean Soup, Lasagna, Pasta primavera, Veggie stir-fry
I will be happy to email or Text a copy if you want one.
As for my favorites:
I love McCormicks mixes.
The first Is Fines Herbs and is wonderful on Pork chops - to make your own add Chervil, Tarragon, Chives & Parsley.
Herbes De Provence Add Marjoram, Rosemary, Thyme, Savory & Lavender - I add to all kinds of veggies and pastas
I have just about everything on the list.
One recipe I fine is easy uses large shrimp in cream of mushroom soup with curry Powder over rice. With a veggie of your choice I like asparagus.
Veggies that I used to grow are Rosemary, Tarragon, Thyme, Marjoram, Basil - for pesto I grown spicy pesto, Chives, Dill - use weed & seeds, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Bay Leaf,
Black Pepper,White pepper, Salt, Corse Hawaiian Salt, Sea Salt
Seeds of all kinds
Ginger, Red Pepper, Fenugreek, cloves, Poppy seeds, Sesame seeds, Anise, Celery.
Smoked Paprika, reg paprika
These are just a few.
Tabasco, Soy Sauce, Worcestershire sauce and others
Ginger, onions, green onions, Chilis etc.
I used to have a huge garden with lots of everything. Now I have to put herbs in pots.
Now when I buy fresh herbs I put them in a jar of water to allow them to root.
My favorite combo is from the old song : Scarborough Fair variant was common in the North & Northeast of England.
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme & then s/he'll be a true love of mine. Thank you Simon & Garfunkel
Parsley represents Comfort
Sage represents Strength
Rosemary represents Love
Thyme represents Courage.
Email me if you want the ARRP Herb List.
Love All Life; Thank You For Posting! :)