TIP OF THE DAY: An Herb Pot Of Sage

Three varieties of sage: tricolor, pineapple sage (it smells like pineapple) and golden sage, available from WhiteflowerFram.com. Sage is a spice that most people buy during the holiday season, to season turkey, goose or duck. But it’s more than a holiday stuffing (or a sausage stuffing). Think of sage to season beans, in cheese recipes,…
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RECIPE: Bay Leaves & Preserved Lemons Rock Tortellini

You’ve used bay leaves in cooking, but how about preserved lemons? The combo is one of McCormick’s 2010 flavor trends. Preserved lemon is a condiment made of lemons that have been pickled in a brine of water, lemon juice, salt and sometimes, spices (they’re pickled lemons). The lemons then ferment at room temperature for weeks,…
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