We literally stumbled across this ingredient at the Trenton Farmers Market. Actually, Aki saw it out of the corner of her eye and brought it to my attention. The aroma is intense, like oregano amplified to the 100th degree. The taste is crisp, cool, slightly bitter, and not nearly as intense as the aroma. It is oregano as a gentle ingredient. The succulent nature of the leaf with its juicy explosion makes it especially intriguing because we have never worked with an herb like this. To further add interest is its plethora of identities: Indian Borage, Mexican Thyme and Cuban Oregano. We have an array of exciting descriptions to utilize depending upon the final dish, its preparation, and presentation.