A cold, uncooked soup that originated in southern Spain. It is prepared with puréed fresh vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, celery, and onions, that are combined with garlic, breadcrumbs, olive oil, vinegar, and lemon juice.
A type of Italian cured sausage, originating in the Genoa region of Italy, that is most often made only of pork, but may also be a mix of pork and lesser amounts of beef, depending on the provider's recipe.
Often considered to be a perennial ornamental for use in gardens, Germander is a herb that is used in the food industry for the production of beverages or a herb considered by some to be helpful with medical problems.
An herb that grows wild and has been sought for centuries in various regions of the world as a plant species often associated with properties that promote healing or improved physical and mental performance.