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Men's names reminiscent of seasonings/food?

Basil is an herb. Clive is not a spice, but chives and cloves are spices and for me the association is inescapable. Herb is spelled the same as herb.

What other men's first names are seasonings, or remind you of seasonings or of food in general? This isn't the sort of question Google can answer--I did look.

EDIT: Thanks for all the names, everybody. I think I'll go with Sorrel, or maybe Chicory. Also, thanks to the British English speakers who told me that it's "a herb" over there. Fascinating!
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