Luxie is not sure if she was just not ready to have her photo taken or if she was telling me about how she feels about having her photo taken so much!
This post is going to be short and sweet (I think I am always saying that!)
The weather has finally turned cooler this week and I am loving it. I was looking around the herb garden this morning and decided I needed to get busy preserving some herbs.
It’s already dropped down into the 40’s, so my basil, the drama queen that she is, is pretty much done. The rest of my herbs look great though, so it’s time to stash some away for winter.
This How to Dry Thyme post is one of the more popular posts on my blog. Since I’m too late for basil pesto, I’m going to work on my tarragon, oregano and sage.
I’m not sure what I’ll do with the tarragon – possibly dry some and maybe make a tarragon pesto. The oregano, I definitely need to dry. I’ll probably dry some sage and freeze some.
How do you all preserve your herbs? I am open to new ideas!
Well, time to get off and start the herb harvesting. For my artsy photo, I used Topaz Labs.