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    Herb de Provence

    Okay, I didn't know what this was and saw it in a recipe from Cooking Light. I figured I wouldn't make it because I just had no idea about this ingredient. So now after reading the posts I see it comes in a bottle. Is it in our regular supermarkets and what Isle should I look for it. Never heard of this, but seems I should try?

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    Here's a blurb from Cook's Thesaurus about subs for Herbes de Provence:

    herbes de Provence Pronunciation: AIRB duh proh- VAHNS Notes: Dried is an acceptable substitute for fresh. To make your own: Combine four parts thyme plus four parts summer savory, two parts lavender, and one part rosemary.


    You can find a jar in the spice aisle of your grocery store, though. McCormick makes it, as do the mail order spice stores. I don't use mine very often, but I know I have a jar in the cupboard.
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    If you decide to buy or make it and then are looking for more recipes, I started an Ingredient Challenge on it today
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    Herb de Provence

    Thanks, I'll look for it in the store. Then I can make the chicken dish. Learn something new.

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    I found it in my regular Fry's/Kroger store, in with the spice blends, in a grinder jar, labeled "Provence Herbs".

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