A few years back, I had a good crop of lemon thyme and wondered what I could do with it. I started experimenting when a friend of mine, Colette DePhelps, decided to participate in a church cookbook project with a recipe using fresh tomatoes, bulghar, raisins, and fresh mint. Her recipe got me to thinking. Using typical Lebanese spices, I played around with all my dried ingredients until I got it right. I would describe this recipe as wonderfully different and surprisingly delicious. When I get in the mood for a pouch of this, nothing else will do.
This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.