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Sweet Southern Slow-Cooker Ham
"Let's spice that easy slow cooker ham up a little with BOURBON!" - Said everyone everywhere. ;) Check out this super simple ham recipe that includes some of our favorites like dark brown sugar, Kentucky bourbon, honey and more! Best news? Only 7 ingredients and your slow cooker does the rest!
Microwave Spaghetti Squash with Sage-Browned Butter and Toasted Walnuts
So much faster than oven-roasting spaghetti squash! Easy enough for weeknights, but impressive enough for Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas! Rich browned butter with crunchy, toasted walnuts and fragrant sage - amazing! With just 5 ingredients, this easy spaghetti squash recipe is so simple! Lots of easy tips, too – toasting nuts, browning butter, cooking spaghetti squash perfectly, and stuffed spaghetti squash! | www.TwoHealthyKitchens.com
Sage Plants For Gardens: Learn About Different Types Of Sage
Sage Plants For Gardens: Learn About Different Types Of Sage - There are many different types of sage. Some are culinary, some have medicinal properties and some are grown purely for ornamental purposes. All of these sage plants work well for gardens. Find out about sage plant varieties and their uses in this article.
Scent Your Home with Dried Herb Incense
If you bought sage for a recipe and don't know what to do with the leftovers, or have a garden overflowing with herbs, herbal incense sticks are a perfect way to preserve them — and they make an aromatic gift for a friend or a way to bring a calming herbal scent indoors
How to Grow Sage: Sage is perennial herb that can be grown from seeds or cuttings. Sow sage seed in the garden in late spring or start seed indoors as early as 6 to 8 weeks before the average last frost date in spring for transplanting out after the last frost. Sage can be started from cuttings taken from new growth in late spring or summer or from divisions in spring or fall.