Finally! I can preserve all that basil I have growing for enjoyment during winter time. I tried drying the leaves and it was gross.
Receipt of Bacon Candies!! (in Japanese) Should be served with some beer!
3 Ways to Freeze Kale Ahead of Time
Freeze ing kale
Harvesting Washing and Freezing Peppers
10 Ways to Use Up Zucchini
Got so much zucchini I gotta use up--tons of yummy recipes here!
Tips for Freezing Fresh Herbs, Garden Tomatoes, and Vegetables
Kalyn's Favorite Tips for Freezing Garden Tomatoes, Fresh Herbs, and Vegetables
Turns out, harvesting basil is the key to creating that healthy, bountiful little basil bush. Don’t be afraid to cut! When your basil plant has 3 to 5 sets of leaves, cut the top off just above the second set of leaves from the ground. The single stalk will now end here, and two new branches will now bud and grow from the set of leaves you left behind. Every couple of weeks, repeat the process, cutting just above the first or second set of leaves on your newest branches.
An easy basil pesto recipe from The Wood Fired Enthusiast
The motherload of healthy, yummy freezer meals! Use this for future menu planning.