It is believed that marjoram originally came from the Mediterranean region and Anatolia (Asia Minor). Marjoram can be added to vegetables, tomato-based dishes, stuffing, forcemeats, sausages, preserved meats, game, poultry, and pulses. Chop the leaves, but do not use the stems; add at the end of the cooking time. Marjoram is a good source of vitamin K.
|Weight (Ounces)||Variation Size (L, W, H)|
|4 oz||10.5 | 7 | 2.375|
|8 oz||6.5 | 3.5 | 1.5|
|16 oz||8 | 5 | 1.5|