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What would pesto be without basil, or salsa sans cilantro? Whether used by the pinch or by the bunch, fresh herbs pull a recipe together by infusing the dish with unparalleled aromas and flavors. View more

A close relative to mint, basil has a floral anise- and clove-like flavor and aroma. There are two main types of basil: Sweet, or Genoese, basil and Asian basils. View more

I’ve always been crazy about fresh herbs—so crazy, in fact, that I used to raid the Cloisters gardens in Manhattan, stealing a sprig of oregano, rosemary, or thyme just to keep myself in supply. View more

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Welcome to a new Cooking with Herbs challenge for September! With thanks to all who enteredlast month and look out for the round-up later today or tomorrow here: Summer Herbs Cookbook: Cooking with Herbs Round-Up for August View more

There are books about cooking with herbs. And then there are books about cooking with herb. Yes, we’re talking cannabis cuisine, a small niche in the culinary world but one that is drawing more interest as the legalization movement moves pot closer to the mainstream. View more

Herbs are an essential part of cooking, but it isn’t always clear how to use them properly to enhance a recipe. This easy-to-read infographic tells you all about the major herbs and proper pairings. View more

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Cooking with fresh herbs is a balancing act. Use too much of something and you’ll torment your taste buds, use too little and your food will taste blah. So, what are the secrets to a perfectly seasoned dish? We’ll clue you into a few: View more

My chef mates roll their herbs in washed, moistened Chux and then cover with plastic film. If you’re cooking with herbs, shortly after purchase you can pop them in a vase next to the bench to give that freshly food-styled feel to the kitchen. View more

Today, August 29, is national “Eat More Herbs, Less Salt” day. Yes, that is an actual food holiday. Our first though upon learning this fact was, “WTF! Why in the world is that even necessary?!” But, after our initial bewilderment simmered down, we soon began to embrace the idea. View more

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Anyone know of a place in Sai Gon to buy seeds to grow herbs commonly used in local cooking? View more

Recently, I have developed an interest in cooking. In the past few weeks, I have cooked many different kinds of food – Western and Asian. Everyday, my wife consumes the food I cook and says Numero Uno (?). Now, I cook for her and myself and she takes care of other chores. View more