Bay leaves are a fragrant leaf from the laurel tree used as an herb. Bay leaves are available whole—either fresh or dried—or ground into a powder. The leaves are added to slow-cooked recipes, such as soups, sauces, and stews, and are removed before serving the dish. They have a floral and herbal scent reminiscent of oregano and thyme and are used more often than any other herb. Bay leaves come from the bay laurel plant, an evergreen shrub that grows slowly in warm climates. The plants are grown for ornamental use and dried and used in cooking.
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What Are Bay Leaves and How Are They Used?
Her name relates to the sounding of the word alli ga tor, her species. Her catchphrase refers to the fact that alligators like to frequently snap and eat things. She is featured on the cover of K. House and she has the nature hobby.
Diane Chancy. Wiggle fingers on one hand The wind came blowing through the town. Cup hand around mouth and make wind noises Ooooooooo……………Ooooooooooooooo……… One little leaf came tumbling down. Bend down one finger. Three little leaves so bright and gay……………………etc.