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List of Cooking Herbs : Dill : Has feathery fern-like leaves. Best used fresh to flavor sauces, Fish, & Pichles. Marjoram : Better fresh, but okay dried. chop with a little olive oil & rub it on fish or meat to, be grilled or sauteed. it’s great with lamb. Sage : Use sage leaves whole.

List of Cooking Herbs

List of Cooking Herbs : Dill : Has feathery fern-like leaves. Best used fresh to flavor sauces, Fish, & Pichles. Marjoram : Better fresh, but okay dried. chop with a little olive oil & rub it on fish or meat to, be grilled or sauteed. it’s great with lamb. Sage : Use sage leaves whole.

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Getting ready for fall: Plant an indoor herb garden | MNN - Mother Nature Network

Getting ready for fall: Plant an indoor herb garden

Herbs 101: A Quick Guide to the 19 Most Essential Herbs http://homeandgardenamerica.com/19-most-essential-herbs

Herbs 101: A Quick Guide to the 19 Most Essential Herbs http://homeandgardenamerica.com/19-most-essential-herbs

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Wanna Have a Healthier Garden? Start Growing Herbs Today! http://homeandgardenamerica.com/herbs-health-benefits

Wanna Have a Healthier Garden? Start Growing Herbs Today! http://homeandgardenamerica.com/herbs-health-benefits

The Herbalist's Path- Ever feel overwhelmed when deciding which herb to use? Check out this blueprint to understanding herbs

The Herbalist's Path- Ever feel overwhelmed when deciding which herb to use? Check out this blueprint to understanding herbs

Best Items to Buy in January 2012

Best Items to Buy in January 2012

Seasonal food chart with more foods than the others I've found. Winter Months: Dec, Jan, Feb Spring: Mar, Apr, May Summer: Jun, Jul, Aug Autumn: Sep, Oct, Nov Produce is cheaper when in season, so this chart is great to keep handy!

How to dry herbs

How to Dry Herbs

To make an aromatic herb fire starter, gather old newspaper and an assortment of herbs. Sage, basil and rosemary work well; experiment with your favorites. Wrap the herbs in a sheet of newspaper and secure the ends with raffia or cotton twine.