Culinary treats are as close as your kitchen garden

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Salad Burnet herb.

Do you grow herbs? I only grow the ones I love to eat and I miss them in the winter. Last January I was aching for some fresh parsley and now I have enough to share because in January I planted parsley seeds in a pot. I also planted celery in January and that is really tasting good right now but it is not technically an herb. Salad Burnet is one herb I bought as a plant. It has a slight cucumber flavor. I have taken a bottle of white wine vinegar and put in Salad Burnet leaves for a month or so to infuse that great flavor in the vinegar.

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Peppermint

Another of my favorites is mint. If you have never grown mint know that it can get invasive and is best grown in a pot and not put in the regular garden or it will take over your garden space!

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Chives, parsley and rosemary also get some precious garden space.

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