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April 29, 2014 6:26 PM

Thyme for herbs in the Lowcountry

As spring rolls in and the weather warms, it's time to move away from heavy winter foods in favor of lighter, fresher fare. Herbs are an easy way to give cooking flavor and fragrance, from picking a sprig of mint for an afternoon cocktail to finishing a pasta dish with a few basil leaves.

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