Rosemary is ready to harvest in our Culinary Herb Garden. In addition, all the herbs are now open, including chives (garlic and regular) and both varieties of sage.
Harvest rosemary by snipping a 2-inch sprig or two with scissors. This herb pairs beautifully with many foods and is popular in Mediterranean dishes. Its citrusy and woodsy flavor is delicious when infused in olive oil or vinegar or roasted with meats. Rosemary has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties and is thought to improve memory. It’s also been used as a symbol of remembrance and friendship for centuries.
Courtesy of Sara Abramovitz