Dill weed is traditionally heavily used in German and Scandinavian
cooking, and has become one of the most popular herbs in American, especially
in areas dominated by these ethnic groups. Dill weed's flavor, lighter and
sweeter than dill seed, along with its bright green, feathery appearance,
makes it a perfect addition to omelets, cheese sauces, salad dressings and
dips. Dill is traditionally added to any dish with a white sauce, from potato
salad to sour cream fresh vegetable dip. Nice as a garnish, sprinkled on
salad, soup, chicken. From California.