Aux Anysetiers du Roy Herbes de Provence in Stone Crock
Aux Anysetiers du Roy's Herbes de Provence or Provençal Herbs is a traditional blend of aromatic herbs that flourish in hills of southern France during the hot summer months. A blend of thyme, savory, basil, fennel, and lavender flowers, Herbs de Provence is a great addition to virtually any Mediterranean dish, including lamb, beef, chicken, fish, roasted vegetables, salads or even pizza sauce. Season some lightly oiled baguettes for a unique side. The cute stoneware crock, made in a small village in the Drôme near Valence, will quickly find a place on your counter or spice rack
Aux Anysetiers du Roy began as a popular restaurant located on Paris’s Ile Saint Louis, near Notre Dame in the 1960s. The restaurant specialized in Provençal cooking, using olive oil, garlic, and aromatic herbs. At the end of dinner, each customer received a gift pot filled with a special herbs de Provence blend prepared by Louis Lombard, who was the first to include lavender flowers in the aromatic herbs. The success of the little crock gave his sons the idea to produce a line of items packed in clay and stoneware pots. The Lombards now create their own recipes of special blends of aromatic herbs and spices, and a variety of chocolate fondues. Loose herbs are wrapped in plastic to ensure freshness and each crock is packed by hand, ensuring the quality of each individual product.
Thyme, Basil, Savory, Fennel Seeds, Lavender Flowers
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