Broccoli

Photo by slon_dot_pics on Pexels.com About Broccoli is a brassica, related to kale, cabbage, brussels sprouts, collards, radishes, mustard, and more. It's best known for its florets (flower buds), but the entire plant is edible. Storage Store broccoli in an unsealed bag in the fridge. All parts keep longer if the leaves are separated from … Continue reading Broccoli

Thyme

About Thyme is a small leafed herb related to mint and oregano. Storage Store in the fridge in a loosely closed container or bag. Or, hang it upside down in a place with good air flow. When it’s dry, remove and crush the leaves and store in an airtight container indefinitely. This works especially well … Continue reading Thyme

Tarragon

About Tarragon is an herb with hints of anise and lemon. Storage Keep tarragon in a glass of water, like cut flowers. Or, hang it upside down in a place with good air flow. When it’s dry, remove and crush the leaves and store in an airtight container indefinitely. Cooking with Tarragon Tarragon is great … Continue reading Tarragon

Sage

About Sage is a perennial herb that adds a hearty flavor to any dish. It may be most familiar as the flavor of breakfast sausage, but it's also great with mushrooms, squash, dark leafy greens, soups, stews, and more. Storage Store sage in an unsealed bag in the fridge for up to a week. (If … Continue reading Sage