Eggs work well with soft leaf herbs like basil, sage, tarragon, chervil, dill, chives, parsley and coriander with the last three examples being a fantastic garnish. Dried herbs that work well with eggs include rosemary, thyme, oregano, marjoram and fennel and coriander seed.
Really there is variation between essential oils vs fragrance oils which may not actually make that much difference on a day to day level. But for those who want more than just a nice smell it is important to know the differences.
Wax warmers work by heating a max melt that will then deliver it’s aroma to the room. Some wax melts contain essential oils. An oil diffuser uses the process of fractioning to dissipate the essential oil around the room. Meaning no heat is applied and the essential oils benefits are not diminished.
Carrier oils are pressed from the seeds, nuts and kernels of a plant. Essential oils come from bark, roots, leaves, flowers and other botanicals of a plant. Essential oils are potent and undiluted can cause skin irritation, whereas carrier oils are known for their soothing, moisturizing effect.
You have options when adding herbs to salads, from using fresh soft leafed herbs like basil, lemon balm, mint and sage in the salads. To creating an herb infused oil drizzle, using herby croutons, micro greens, edible flowers or even a compound butter on a potato salad.
Thyme is a Mediterranean herb that has a lot to offer a dish in terms of gentle warmth and an herbaceous aroma. Both dried thyme and fresh can really make the difference between a bit of a boring dish or one with real depth of flavor.