Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Early margaritas with strawberries and thyme.
Spice Up Your Dishes With Flavored Salts - Tips & Tricks
An easy condiment to make comprised of toasted sesame seeds and seaweed, salt, plus a special liver-boosting herb: milk thistle. Because, "Your liver is you." Or maybe, "your spine is you." Read and you be the judge.
The herbs in my garden are growing like crazy this year, especially my rosemary and mint plants, so I thought it might be fun to experiment with herbal infusions....
You can grow mint from seed, seedlings or cuttings. I prefer the later...
Two methods -- one fast, one slow -- for preserving all those delicious and aromatic herbs from your garden for use throughout the winter.
Pesto featuring lemon balm from my garden. Substituted cashews for the typical pine nuts...because it's fun to play with pesto!
A small batch of apricot jam, infused with fresh rosemary.
nectarines and lemon basil - an awesome pairing!
A simple infusion of late summer peaches and basil. The flavors complement each other nicely. This is a great way to extend two wonderful summer flavors a few months longer.
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