In the dead of winter a scattering of herbs over dinner can bring a welcome remembrance of summers past.
(Though it's probably best not to try it on a doughnut.)
For those of us whose regularly produce food fit for the Gods (that is, our cooking more akin to a burnt offering than something meant for human consumption) I recommend the herb thyme:
photo by Evan-Amos
a word whose derivation provides everyone with the most wonderful and complete excuse for their utter lack of skill.
photo by Kevin Payravi
Word To Use Today: thyme. (You say it the same as the word time.) This word comes from the Old French thym, from the Latin thymum, from the Greek thumon, from thuein, to make a burnt offering.