March Spice Club – Dill Weed

Spice Club decorative cover photo.

Try something new! Our featured spice for the month of March is Dill Weed. You’re welcome to pick up a Spice Club kit beginning Friday March 1st at 10am. The kit will contain:

  • a sample of the spice
  • recipe cards
  • history of the spice
  • a list of cookbooks you can check out from the library

Spice Club kits go fast! Unable to make it in time to grab one of your own? Try out a recipe! The three recipes included in the kit are linked below.

Dill Weed Quick Facts

  • Dill is an herb of the parsley family
  • It is native to Mediterranean countries and southeastern Europe
  • It has a warm, slightly sharp flavor that reminds some people of caraway
  • The entire plant is aromatic—the leaves, stems, and immature flower clusters are used in foods
  • It is especially popular for use in foods from eastern Europe and Scandinavia
  • The whole seeds and seed oil have been used in treating colic
  • The plant’s small, dry fruits are often mistaken for seeds that are light brown in color

Information Source

Questions about Spice Club? Contact Ashley at 315-785-7714 or send her an email.