- Rub on proteins (especially chicken) before braising or baking
- Sprinkle over fresh tomatoes with good olive oil and bake, then eat with crusty bread
- Coat potatoes in a mixture of olive oil and salt, then add herbs and bake or pan-fry
Our French herbs are truly incredible because of the farmers who grow them — pictured here are Joel and Luc, on the farm in Provence. Joel and Luc work with a cooperative of smallholder farmers in Provence who cultivate organic heirloom herbs with specific terroir.
The farmers grow four types of herbs: savory, thyme, oregano and rosemary. These four herbs make up this classic blend.
When we visited the farms in 2022, we were bowled over by the freshness of the dried herbs. The quality of the herbs and the drying process they use means that these herbs are miles fresher-tasting than anything you've ever had before!