English version

thyme in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthymethyme /taɪm/ noun [uncountable]  HBPDFCa plant used for giving food a special taste
Examples from the Corpus
thymeWe have also had great success with grapevine cuttings and herb sprigs, such as basil and thyme.Discard thyme, bay leaf and any mussels which have not opened.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.In a saucepan, saute shallots and mushrooms in oil with pinch thyme, salt, and pepper.Add the thyme, bay leaves, potatoes and juniper with the sausages.Sauce: place the chopped shallots in a pan and add the vinegar, thyme and bay leaf.