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This plant has a useful and holy reputation. Women find it especially appealing. Linda explains.
Includes a recipe for Basil, Fennel, and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Pesto.
There's something so noble about this often overlooked herb.
Linda tells of the many historical uses of this lesser-known herb.
This pungent herb can be used for anything from teas to an eye wash. Linda uses it as a pesto alternative.
With a recipe for herbed goat cheese.
Cilantro and Coriander
Linda takes a stand: she loves cilantro. Includes a recipe for Cilantro Herb Butter.
Linda describes the many virtues of this most versatile herb.
Looking for a sweet and licoricey addition to your favorite dishes? Why not take a look into this often overlooked herb.
Calgon, take me away! Linda Gilbert whisks our minds off into a soft and peaceful state with her article on the most soothingly fragrant herb know to mankind.
From dessert topping to furniture polish, Lemon Balm has an interesting history of uses. Linda ventures into her garden to focus on the fragrant restorative. Includes a recipe for Lemon Balm Vinaigrette.
This tender perrenial remains on Linda Gilbert's "useful" list.
Something about cool, refreshing mint gets people doing and saying the strangest things...Linda explains while sharing a recipe for a mint drink that can serve as first course for a light meal or an afternoon refresher.
From Ballparks to Bistros, this herb is more versatile than you'd think. Try out its healing properties or add it to chilled salmon. Linda shares the facts.
With names like "Peach Melba," "Whirlybird" and "Butter Cream," you can't help but be inspired to grow these garden gems. Linda Gilbert shares a recipe for a unique condiment.
Oregano...or is it Marjoram?
The debate rages on. Linda moderates the discussion.
It's not just for garnish anymore.
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary or Thyme?
With a recipe for Lamb in a Black Muscat and Rosemary Marinade.
Rose Scented Geraniums
This herb is reputed to make you happier, younger-looking and make your garden smell terrific! Linda shares her favorite recipe for this beneficial plant.
Includes a recipe for Pineapple Sage Pound Cake.
Linda Gilbert introduces us to this hardy winter herb.
Includes a recipe for Asian Bean Salad.
Includes a recipe for White Bean and Winter Tarragon Soup.
Have you got the "thyme" to prepare Linda's recipe for Pork Chops With Cabernet/Thyme Glaze?
Roses are red, Violets are...edible? Linda shares a unique use for this garden addition.