While I've been doing that dance with boiling water and chopping boards, I didn't have to do anything to dry these herbs except leave them alone.

While I've been doing that dance with boiling water and chopping boards, I didn't have to do anything to dry these herbs except leave them alone.

Herb Thresher

I grow a lot of herbs and usually dry them when it's  harvest time. After the leaves of an herb are dry, they can be stored whole or ground up. Grinding them makes it easy to sprinkle the herb into your recipes. When I saw this gadget at the thrift store, I wasn't sure what it was for,... Continue Reading →

Evergreen Thyme

Thyme and lemon thyme are growing in serveral areas in my gardens. They are among a group of herbs that I have growing, that are both perennial and evergreen. It's nice in winter time to see the green leaves of sage and thyme, oregano and parsley and lavender. Thyme is a savory herb that I use... Continue Reading →

Evergreen Thyme

Thyme and lemon thyme are growing in serveral areas in my gardens. They are among a group of herbs that I have growing, that are both perennial and evergreen. It's nice in winter time to see the green leaves of sage and thyme, oregano and parsley and lavender. Thyme is a savory herb that I use... Continue Reading →

Parsley Getting Started

Parsley is a bi-annual plant, which means that it lasts for two growing seasons. I like to have parsley in my kitchen garden in the wintertime. One reason is because it stays green in the winter, another is that it's almost always nice to add some fresh parsley to a meal, or at least a... Continue Reading →

Sweet Scented Chamomile

Certain sweet smells stimulate my senses and make me want to sniff their special scent endlessly. If you rub the leaves of chamomile with your fingers, you might appear to be in love with your finger tips when you smell them. I confess that I don't remember where I read it, but I did read somewhere... Continue Reading →

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