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Spearmint (Mentha spicata) is the ordinary mint of English cooking, and is known from the most ancient times.

Mentha spicata

Some receipts including mint;

After Dinner Mints
Carrot and Mint Soup
Carrots with Mint and Lemon
Cornish Pasty
Cream of Potato Soup
Duck and Peas
Everton Mints
Green Mint Vinegar
Green Pea and Cucumber Soup
Green Sauce
Kendal Mint Cake
Lamb Henry
Mint Chutney
Mint Custard
Mint Sauce
Pea and Ham Soup
Pennyroyal Pudding
Peppermint Creams
Queen Anne's Broth
Salad Plain
Seaside Rock
Shropshire Mint Cake
Shropshire Pea Soup
Spratley Cake
Summer Pea Soup
Surrey Lamb Pie
Uncle Joe's Mint Balls
Westmorland Currant Pasty
Whey Wig
Worcestershire Potted Lamperns
Yorkshire Mint Pasty

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