Tag Archives: fresh herbs

Sowing a Future

Midway through 2020, I started planting seeds in my backyard. My daughter said, “You’ve wanted to do this for years. Do you like it?” “Yes,” I said. “I love it.” At the time, I didn’t realize I was growing more … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Red Cabbage Rapini?

Over my shoulder I heard “Really, they sent you dead flowers?” I had to admit the Red Cabbage Rapini did look like a gothic bouquet of flowers, leaving me to ask, “What the hell is Red Cabbage Rapini”? A quick … Continue reading

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How to Preserve Fresh Herbs for Later

Best for: Hardy herbs like rosemary, sage, oregano and thyme Keep:  Freeze for up to 6 months Use: Melt 1 or 2 cubes directly in a skillet to add more flavor to sautéed meat or veggies or thaw in a … Continue reading

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Best Lemonade EVER

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I don’t want argue or fight, but when someone starts to wax on about making lemonade, I give a little eye roll because I know the best EVER lemonade is found at…

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Fresh Summer Dressing Meets Pasta

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I always love when a good dinner idea comes to you. Laying in my hammock reading this month’s Sunset, I came across a recipe for fresh oregano dressing. I am one who…

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