In the Kitchen

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These Basil Varieties Shine in the Kitchen

These Basil Varieties Shine in the Kitchen

If you like to use basil in your cooking, consider growing the ones listed here.

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Give Your Vegetables a Thai Twist

Give Your Vegetables a Thai Twist

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A few special seasonings turn American vegetables into vibrant Asian fare.

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How to Dry Herbs

How to Dry Herbs

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Bundle and dry herbs for great flavor year-round. Air drying preserves the flavor and color of herb leaves, flowers, and seeds. Maine farmer Ellie MacDougall tells how to do it.

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How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

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Delicate in flavor, pretty in leaf, chervil likes it cool.

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Culinary Mint Medley

Culinary Mint Medley

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Mint is indispensable for the cook, but which mint? In this article, Susan Belsinger offers guidance on selecting and using this essential perennial herb.

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Video: More Ways to Freeze and Store Fresh Herbs

Video: More Ways to Freeze and Store Fresh Herbs

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Here is a simple way to keep your herbs long after the garden is done.

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Chives in the Kitchen

Chives in the Kitchen

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Chives and their flowers find many uses in the kitchen. Susan Belsinger offers suggestions for using common chives and garlic chives in your cooking. You'll also learn how to infuse chive blossoms in vineger.

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Top Billing for Dill

Top Billing for Dill

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Dill doesn't always have to serve as pungent accent. True dill lovers know it can perform the lead role deliciously.

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Dare to Savor Savory

Dare to Savor Savory

Learn how to use this elusive herb.

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Lemon Herbs Lend a Light Touch to Food

Lemon Herbs Lend a Light Touch to Food

How to use and store lemon verbena, balm, basil, thyme and lemongrass.

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Cooking Tames Sages Flavor

Cooking Tames Sage's Flavor

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With long cooking, sage's assertive raw taste mellows, and it bumps up the flavor of starchy foods and mild meats. Briefly cooked, sage stands up well to more aggressive flavors.

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Cooking with Cilantro

Cooking with Cilantro

Cilantro's flavor elicits strong reactions in people. For those who love it, it enlivens many dishes, acting as a cool foil for spicy seasonings. Here's how to use it and store it.

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Parsley Perks Up Food Without Overwhelming It

Parsley Perks Up Food Without Overwhelming It

How to harvest, store, freeze and use this most underappreciated herb.

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For the Best Flavor, Blend Thyme with Fats

For the Best Flavor, Blend Thyme with Fats

Follow these tips to use thyme to its best advantage.

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Relishing the Essence of Rosemary

Rosemary's piney flavor brings a quality of wildness into the kitchen.

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