is an herb that derives its name from two
Greek words meaning "the joy of the mountain".
It is a hardy member of the mint family that has
been used for flavoring fish, meat and sauces since
Oregano goes well with vegetables,
roast beef, lamb, chicken and pork. Marjoram goes
well with all pork and veal and complements stuffing
for poultry, dumplings and herb scones or breads.