- Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of fresh, chopped basil.
- Steep for 5 minutes.
- Sweeten with raw honey to taste.
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Cilantro - Santos
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- When the leaf stems have three segments, parsley is ready to be harvested.
- Cut leaves from the outer portions of the plant whenever you need them. ...
- One method of storing the parsley fresh is to put the leaf stalks in water and keep them in the refrigerator.
- Another method of storage is drying the parsley.
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Ace Bell Peppers
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Gold Star Yellow Squash
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Elegance Greens Mix
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Purly Chives This chive variety grows leaves that are straight and upright, with pretty globe-shaped blooms that make delicious garnishes. Purly chives offer a mild onion flavor, and it is an easy-to-grow herb, perfect for containers or the garden.
Compliments: Steak, veal, red meat dishes, tuna, potatoes, eggs, and a variety of vegetables like asparagus and bokchoy.
Pairs well with: paprika, chopped parsley, tarragon, chives, and marjoram
Recipe ideas: As garnish, in beef stew, soups, mixed in mashed potatoes, potato salads, baked potatoes, omelets, and salad dressings. (http://humbleseed.veenux.com/node/21)