Sage Benefits for Home, Health and Personal Care
Sage Benefits – One Herb, Many Uses: Sage is one of my must-have herbs, definitely on my top five list. The more I explore and begin to understand herbs, the more I love and appreciate them. I realize herbs were put on this planet for a purpose. It is our responsibility to discover that purpose and apply it to our lives so it can benefit us and those we care about.
A fragrant, perennial herb for garden or patio with showy scarlet-red flowers in late summer. The blooms contrast nicely against bright, pineapple-scented yellow green foliage. Crushed leaves have the aroma and taste of pineapple, used to make tea, potpourri, jams and jellies.
Peach Jam With Pineapple Sage - Hitchhiking to Heaven
This week, I emerged from the woods in Alaska with a pocket full of recipes for apples and cranberries, made on our two-burner propane stove. Those recipes — a butter, a sauce,…
Everything You Need to Know About Growing Sage
Mention the beautiful, hazy, pale green leaves of garden sage, and I immediately envision scenes in my grandmother’s kitchen at Thanksgiving. Sage’s pronounced pine-like aroma capitalizes on our most memory-evoking sense: smell. All I want at that moment is savory sage stuffing or sage-studded breakfast sausage to suddenly appear in my kitchen. I’d even settle for a sour cherry and sage bourbon smash.
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The Sage Plant - How To Grow Sage In Your Culinary Herb Garden
Every serious herb gardener needs a Sage Plant: it is delicious and pretty! Growing Sage herb is not difficult. Grow a bush in a container or in your garden and enjoy these yummy leaves!
Pineapple Sage – a delicate herbal syrup
Shan shared her gorgeous pineapple sage with the Co-op, and today Jocelyn came over to help catch this glorious flavor in a syrup. We simply infused the whole leaves and flowers in a boiling 1:1 s…
Heirloom Sage Seeds Herb Garden Organic Seed Non Gmo Container Friendly Culinary Medicinal
Sage’s flavor is bold and assertive, and considered very valuable as a digestive aid to high-fat foods such as pork, wild game and cheese. Often paired with stuffing, it also livens up vegetables, potatoes, soups and stews. The plant has beautiful, edible purple/blue flowers, and the gray-green foliage provides an excellent contrast in the garden or containers. Deer resistant. Perennial. ~ planting ~ When to Sow Outside: 1 to 2 weeks after your average last frost date, when soil temperature…
5 Ways to Use Sage in the Kitchen and Home
Growing your own sage plant at home is an easy and rewarding job that gives back with plenty of fresh sage leaves that you can use in your cooking and in the