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34 comments:

  1. Nothing better than fresh herbs. Seeing all this green makes us think of spring, although it is far off for us.

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  2. Everything seems to be growing really well, and I love the herb explanation signs.

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  3. I agree... fresh herbs are wonderful for cooking.

    Especially Oregano! Thank you for sharing this delicate Post.

    Stay healthy and well, dear Blogfriend.

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  4. That's a wonderful herb collection. They make so many foods tasty! Have a wonderful week and thank you for hosting!

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  5. Useful information about selection and use of the herbs. Cooking lamb chops tonight with rosemary and spearmint in the marinade.

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    1. Mmm mmm! What time is dinner served? I'll be there with bells on!

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  6. There's nothing better than having a few herbs growing in the kitchen to snip, my favorite is Basil.
    Thank you for hosting each week.
    I hope you find a way to enjoy your week!

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  7. What an outstanding herb garden you've got there!! They all are doing great too! I'm afraid if I had any herbs indoors, Katniss would eat them!!!...jp (P.S. The Pres got his 1st COVID vaccine).

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  8. You've got a really neat herb garden there, Sue!

    Happy Gardening!

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  9. Your indoor herbs look very healthy. I am encouraged looking at your herbs. I will try to grow them indoors because they are not doing well outdoor, easily infested by pests.

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  10. Thanks for the link today Sue. I must say, we use oregano a lot when we roast tomatoes to go with a breakfast of bacon and egg. Or we add it into a lamb casserole to give the Greek feel and taste.

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  11. What a green thumb you have!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  12. Beautiful herbs. I wish we had a bit more space for indoor gardening.

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  13. They are all so useful!
    Thanks for hosting. All the best!

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  14. I wish I could give that basil a little pinch and sniff its aroma!

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  15. I love tomato sauces with basil, especially for pasta dishes, but also for others.

    Have a fine week, Sue!

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  16. They look so healthy. You've inspired me to try planting myself a herb garden indoors.

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  17. Beautiful indoor herbs. So very nice. Thanks for sharing them.

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  18. Sigh! This makes me think of salad. I miss salad bars.

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  19. Your indoor herb garden is fabulous, Sue! Everything looks so healthy.

    Thanks for hosting. I hope you, hubby and the kitties are doing well!

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  20. Once upon a time I had planted Oregano and Basil in our garden, because they are part of the Italian kitchen and I do a lot of Italian cooking. Then I became too lazy and now I buy it !

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  21. I'll bet your home smells most wonderful. All those fabulous herbs.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week. ♥

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  22. Those are so beautiful and healthy, very nice!

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  23. The only plant I have in my balcony is the basil.
    You have an amazing place with all the plants around!
    Happy WW and thank you for the linking!

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  24. I would love to be able to grow basil, rosemary, cilantro, and thyme. However, I kill most of my plants, so, there's that. Love the flavor of fresh herbs!

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  25. Part of me would love to start an herb garden but I'm afraid that I killed the plants or wouldn't know how to work with the fresh herbs. Have you ever dried the herbs? If so, how easy is this to do?

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    1. Yes I do dry the herbs. There is a dehydrate setting in my tabletop toaster oven and I also have a small dehydrator with with multiple trays. I find that the tabletop ove works best... quicker and more consistent results. I've also seen instructions for drying in a regular oven at low heat.

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  26. We grow our set of herbs too, mostly every winters, as the summers are harsh here. The only one that lasts us is Thai Basil and once in a while, the resilient Arugula. And yes, last year we got lucky with our oregano giving it some extra TLC.

    We enjoyed growing micro-greens too in the last two years.

    I love how you have added those informative placards, to your herb collection. I'm forwarding it to my DH who is an avid gardner.

    Thanks Sue. Totally enjoyed this post.

    https://natashamusing.com/2021/01/freedom-wordlesswednesday-wednesdaywisdom/

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  27. I did not know if you read my answer, so I write here a link:
    https://aimeeknight.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/edwards-the-new-drawing-on-the-right-side-of-the-brain-viny.pdf.
    Have a beautiful weekend ahead!

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