Do you grow oregano? If you don't you should really try, it's very easy but be warned it self seeds and you will soon find it everywhere, even in the oddest places, like cement cracks and clear on the other side of your yard. On the bright side it's easy to pull as the roots don't seem to go very deep.
I have a large yard so I let it do it's thing. I like the plant, I like the way it grows into a little bush and the bees love the flowers. A featured gardener I read about last year in Gardens West magazine used oregano to border a path, very clever.
So what to do with your large crop of oregano???? Well I dried it. I read all sorts of articles on how to best dry herbs...pick it mid morning after the dew has dried, just before it flowers, hang it, dry it in a brown paper bag....
Well for me the best time to pick it is before the spit bugs get to it, they gross me out... and I dry it in my dehydrator. I have dried herbs in paper bags but sadly I forget all about them....and find them a year later when I dry the next batch of herbs in paper bags.
And this is the final result, not very much after harvesting a large mound of oregano. But I will pick some more in a few months time.