Thursday, June 26, 2008

Are You Going to Scarborough Fair?


Parsley,



Sage,



Rosemary,



and Thyme...




How could we have forgotten to plant rosemary? Oh well, dried will have to do until next year!

One of the best features of a garden? Fresh herbs right outside the door, ready to use for dinner.

6 comments:

  1. Ha HA! Love the rosemary picture!

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  2. I had to laugh when I got to the rosemary picture. Of course, being familiar with the song, I knew rosemary would be next. Thank you for a good laugh. :D And yes, fresh herbs are just delightful!

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  3. Hi!

    I laughed too when I saw the rosemary picture, so I showed it to my Mother. She laughed too, so then my sister asked to see. Then she also chuckled!

    Very funny!
    Have a very bright, very cheerful day!
    Miss Eyebright

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  4. That was so very funny! Thanks for lightening the mood of my day.

    Lots of love,
    Sommer

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  5. Shannon, how do you use your fresh sage? We have tons of it, but I'm short on recipes that call for it.

    I also got a giggle out of your "rosemary" picture! :-) We have ours in a pot so we can bring it indoors in the winter... the smell of fresh rosemary is so wonderful!

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  6. I'm so glad you enjoyed the rosemary picture ;) Our herbs are even (unintentionally) in the right order, except for that pesky rosemary!

    Laura, I actually haven't found many uses for sage -- our Betty Crocker meatloaf recipe calls for it. And I used some the other day when I made roasted potatoes, along with some thyme.

    Yours in Christ,
    Shannon

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