English version

marjoram in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarjorammar‧jo‧ram /ˈmɑːdʒərəm $ ˈmɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  marjoram.jpg DFCa herb that smells sweet and is used in cooking
Examples from the Corpus
marjoramShe particularly disliked marjoram - an essence used for grief, said to be an anti-aphrodisiac.Garnish with fresh marjoram and serve hot or cold with salad leaves.It is seasoned with onions, coriander, ginger, marjoram, and mustard.Grapefruit, marjoram, peach and camomile for radiance and freshness.Spoon a quarter of the peppers into the middle of each pastry round, sprinkle a little marjoram on top and season.Let cool and stir in thyme, marjoram, savvy, and chives.Woody herbs, like thyme, marjoram and winter savory stay green in all but the hardest winters and clip into tiny hedging.The touch of wild marjoram leaves is a herbal tonic.