Dill Spice Drinks - Originally discovered in southern Europe, dill has since been transplanted to more northern climates. Another member of the very large parsley clan, the dill plant has bitter seeds and skinny, aromatic leaves. This licorice-tasting herb can often be found in the supermarket, especially during the summer months. Its leaves and seeds are also available dried and should be stored in jars. The dried leaves are an especially nice addition to delicate breads, while the seeds can be crushed and added to hearty whole-grain breads.