Add the onions, tomatoes, garlic, thyme, bay leaves, cumin, cloves and cinnamon.
Add the butter, chicken stock, salt, bay leaf, thyme, and tarragon and bring to a simmer.
The combination of thyme and sweet spice in the braising liquid captures the spirit of the Turkish kitchen.
“Very herbal, minty, some thyme, rosemary, lots of linden,” he concludes.
In addition to Central Park, they have new raised bed gardens on the rooftop with basil, sage, thyme, tomatoes, and squash.
thyme, too, went the colour of the old-rose curtain behind which she sat.
He, too, however, was uneasy that thyme should know so much.
thyme faced round; there was a sort of passion in her darkened eyes, rimmed pink with grief, and in all her gushed, wet face.
In thyme's heart rose the passionate feeling, 'How disgusting!
Sift in two tablespoonfuls of cracker crumbs not browned, a tablespoonful of minced parsley and thyme, and a little salt.
plant of the mint family, late 14c., from Old French thym, tym (13c.), from Latin thymum, from Greek thymon, possibly from thyein "burn as a sacrifice," which would indicate the plant was used as incense.