Dill (1 bunch)Regular price $2.63
Dill is named from an old Norse word "dilla" which means "to lull" and refers to dill water made from its seeds and still given to babies as a mild sedative. It's native to southern Europe but is found all over the world now. It has a long history going back before the ancient Egyptians who used it medicinally.
Aromatic, sweet, smooth
the leafs are used to flavor soups, meat and fish dishes, cakes and breads; known for its use in pickles and condiments.