With its minty-sweet flavor, this herb is somewhat similar to oregano. However, it is milder in flavor than oregano and has a slightly bitter, aromatic undertone. Its leaf color is brownish-green and is slightly smaller in size than parsley. This product is a must for Greek and Italian dishes. Try in oil and vinegar salad dressings, seafood, game, soups, beans, eggplant, pastas, grilled meats and any tomato based sauces. This product's flavor profile blends especially well with chicken and chicken dishes.