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Roast or Grilled Potatoes with Fresh Herbs

Roast or Grilled Potatoes with Fresh Herbs

Crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, these are a popular potato side. You can use less butter - but we both love butter.

Grilled Salmon, Tomato & Herb Relish

Grilled Salmon, Tomato & Herb Relish

I used a supermarket tomato for this and it was fine. But, by this time of year our supermarket tomatoes are quite good. We used a Weber-type kettle grill. Instructions for a gas grill are in Notes.

Pasta with Carrots & Sage

Pasta with Carrots & Sage

This is an easy pasta side dish for sage lovers. If you aren't you can use your own favorite herb.

Shrimp with Garlic & Herbs

Shrimp with Garlic & Herbs

We did the shrimp in a perforated grill pan on the barbecue but a skillet will work. They cook in minutes.

Shrimp with Garlic and Herbs; the update

Shrimp with Garlic and Herbs; the update

Done! In case you don’t remember…. this is the before. taken right after we had windows put in. This was taken this morning: A little different. The balcony is finished, a light installed above the door And, of course, a bit of trim: Lest you think that light was easy – remember, he had to ... Continue reading...

Zucchini Rolls

Zucchini Rolls

Stuffed with ricotta, olives, & herbs, these are light enough for a first course. Or add some chilled summer soup for lunch. It makes its own sauce as it bakes.

Potato Salad with Mushrooms & Herbs

Potato Salad with Mushrooms & Herbs

This is not a traditional potato salad. The goat cheese melts into a cream dressing for the potatoes & mushrooms.

Green Beans with Fresh Herbs

Green Beans with Fresh Herbs

Tags: Meal, Beans, Summer

Savory is an often forgotten summer herb that goes very well with vegetables - esp. Green Beans.

Pasta with Fresh Tomato, Green Olive Sauce; the watermelon

Pasta with Fresh Tomato, Green Olive Sauce; the watermelon

Pasta with an easy, no-cook sauce of fresh tomatoes, green olives, garlic and lots of fresh herbs. Perfect make-ahead dish for dinner of picnics

Spinach for Healthy Eyes - Popeye didn't know it all!

Spinach for Healthy Eyes - Popeye didn't know it all!

This Weekend Herb Blogging is being hosted by The Chocolate Lady at In Mol Araan. Many of the herbs we blog about every week have long histories of use for health and healing.  This week I’m praising the qualities of the ‘Herb of Persia’, aka: spinach. We all know that spinach is goof for us.  ... Continue reading...

Salmon with Lemon & Capers

Salmon with Lemon & Capers

Pan-Fried Salmon with capers and a simple herb sauce.

Shrimp & Pasta, Garlic, Herb Butter

Shrimp & Pasta, Garlic, Herb Butter

The lemon juice and white wine extend the garlic sauce without using quite so much butter. The Prosciutto is a sweet/salty counterpoint to the shrimp, balancing the flavors nicely.

Grilled Chicken Salad, with Corn, Tomatoes, Artichoke Hearts and Herbs

Grilled Chicken Salad, with Corn, Tomatoes, Artichoke Hearts and Herbs

Greek yogurt makes a creamy dressing reminiscent of the old favorite 'Ranch' but without all the unpronounceable stuff.

Chicken Savoyarde

Chicken Savoyarde

Another retro chicken dish with artichoke bottoms and a white wine herb sauce. It finishes in the oven while you relax (or clean up the kitchen).

Boeuf Bourguignon; The Versatile Shallot; my other kitchen staple

Boeuf Bourguignon; The Versatile Shallot; my other kitchen staple

It’s not that I’m losing interest in herbs; I’m not.  I still regularly go to my freezer for a cube or two of basil, oregano, chives or thyme.  I just find that, at this time of year, it’s a bit of a challenge to focus on them.  What died back last fall in my garden ... Continue reading...

Braised Pork with Bay Leaves, an herbal primer

Braised Pork with Bay Leaves, an herbal primer

Braised Pork with Bay Leaves, and a primer on herbs

Chicken with Tarragon Cream - Weekend Herb Blogging

Chicken with Tarragon Cream - Weekend Herb Blogging

It has gotten cold here this week but my herb garden is still valiantly struggling to be productive.  It has also been windy which means that cooking (and posting to my blog) can be challenging.  When it’s windy we have power outages; sometimes 5 minutes, somtimes 5 hours; never at a convenient time (like when ... Continue reading...

Bread Baking Babes go a little fruity: Pain au Levain with Citrus

Bread Baking Babes go a little fruity: Pain au Levain with Citrus

Bread Baking Babes bake Pain au Levain, a sourdough bread flavored with citrus, fresh herbs and seeds

Grilled Tarragon Chicken Breasts

Grilled Tarragon Chicken Breasts

Tarragon is a lovely herb to pair with chicken or fish. When basting with a marinade, stop about 5 minutes before taking the meat off the heat, and turn the meat a final time to make certain the marinade is cooked.

Baked Salmon, Mustard Herb Sauce

Baked Salmon, Mustard Herb Sauce

This is an easy main course for two that can easily expand for a family or dinner party.

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