|Having Been Getting A Great Raspberry Crop Despite the Stink Bugs!|
Vinegars are a very quick and delicious way to preserve your herbal harvest. This first link is my favorite recipe for nasturtium peppercorn vinegar from Kathleen Gips' book called The Complete Vinegar Book. If you have a lot of nasturtium flowers, this recipe is a good way to use them up! Any of the small leaf basils, such as 'Minette', 'Boxwood' or 'Spicy Globe' can be put in vinegar as well. I just had a beautiful salad burnet plant this year and I think I will be making a vinegar recipe from Alma Otto in Phyllis Shaudys' book, Herbal Treasures using salad burnet, chives and garlic.
|The Cucumber Flavor of the Salad Burnet Minus the Extra Protein is Great in Vinegar!|
So I hope these links gives you some information you may have forgotten or may be new to you. At the very least I hope you are enjoying your herb gardens. We have had a wonderful season here in the 'Burgh! A beautiful day is forecast for my birthday tomorrow. Will post my favorite lunch The Herbal Husband makes me every birthday and we are going to Carrabba's Italian Grill in Ohio tomorrow night. Hope you are having a great day and evening in your herb garden. Talk to you later.