Marjoram is a member of the mint family, related to basil. The flavor of marjoram blends well with thyme. It should be added near the end of cooking as it tends to lose flavor over heat. Marjoram is used in many Mediterranean dishes, including meats and poultry, stuffings, sausage and in almost any dish using garlic or thyme.
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