Oregano and Spring
Now into the middle of May the expression that spring has sprung seems appropriate.
Bright Green Oregano in Winter
I keep dried oregano in my kitchen, but it is downright therapeutic (for me) to pick fresh oregano leaves from my kitchen box, and to inhale deeply when I chop them up. It has a sharp, stimulating scent, part of the mint family.
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,…