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fresh herbs - Country Living

Cooking With Fresh Herbs

Country cooks know the value of spices and herbs in baking, broiling, marinating and stews. Food just tastes better with the right seasoning and cooks are less likely to be bored when they have a variety of herbs and spices on hand. The best herbs, of course, are fresh – grown just outside the kitchen […]

Quick, Healthy, Easy Meals

Looking back over our summer – where did it go so quickly? – and firing up the barbeque for some delicious easy meals made with organic chicken, the memories of a summer spent relying on the garden are bittersweet. Many hours were spent preparing the soil, planting the seeds and harvesting the bounty. We ate […]

Storing Fresh Herbs

I struggled with where to post this article on country cooking with fresh herbs. I grow my own herbs, and since this article is about harvesting, storing and cooking with herbs I wondered if perhaps it belonged in the gardening section instead. In the end I decided that the cooking section was the most useful. […]

Growing Herbs

It is not wise to try every variety on your first foray into growing herbs. Choose four or five hardy varieties of cooking herbs and experiment with different flavors and recipes. Lavender is one of my personal favorites for a non-culinary herb and it is remarkably easy to grow. Some of the more hardy and […]