Re: [sig] Csombor?
> Indeed cza,ber (polish spelling ) or Latin Satureja hortensis is whatThank you!
> english speaking people call savory.
> Art Plazewski.
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> In _Food and Drink in Medieval Poland_, a reference is made to an herbYou've already gotten an answer, it seems, but I can verify that 'csombor'
> that seems to have been imported from Hungary with the recipe for
> sauerbraten; the herb is called 'csombor'.
> A google search and some dictionary diving suggests to me that csombor is
> probably the herb called savory.
is savory according to my dictionary of Hungarian plant names (No:ve/ny-
neveink: Magyar-latin szo/gyu"jteme/ny, by Priszter Szaniszlo/).