Posted by Elana Horwich
Mint is perfect for an after dinner herbal tea. It:
Parsley is no longer just that nasty curly thing on the Passover table. We now have easy supermarket access to the delicious Italian flat-leaf parsley which I like to remind my pasta class students is a "cooling herb." Cheese is taboo on top of spicy pasta or seafood pasta, but parsley is more than welcome as it cools the flavors, creating a perfect palatable balance. Beyond its culinary wonders, parsley:
It’s unbelievable to me that fresh basil is not only a seemingly magical herb that transforms tomatoes into renaissance heaven, it’s working for your health too. Basil:
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