Herb Blog: From Garden to Kitchen

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  • What Not to Plant with Cilantro
    Cilantro is a popular garden herb celebrated for its distinct taste and fragrance. Still, it’s essential to know that some herbs and vegetables may not thrive when planted in close proximity to it.
  • 7 Best Indoor Herbs for Low Light
    Discover the best indoor herbs for low light conditions. Practical guidelines and expert tips for growing herbs indoors without sunlight.
  • Rustic Coriander Oregano Chili
    Step into the world of timeless, rustic cooking with my classic, country-style chili recipe. Coarsely ground spices and slow simmering create this unpretentious, delicious bowl of chili.
  • Dill vs Parsley: When to Use Each?
    Dill or Parsley? Explore the world of dill vs parsley, uncover their unique attributes, and find out when to use each herb to enhance your favorite recipes. Understand their unique flavor profiles, find perfect substitutes, and get gardening advice in this culinary herb guide.
  • Thyme Guide: Cultivation and Culinary Uses
    Explore thyme’s journey from garden to table, covering its cultivation, harvesting, culinary uses, health benefits, and rich historical significance. This Mediterranean native is prized for its drought tolerance and kitchen versatility.
  • How to Water Indoor Herbs: Effective Hacks
    Discover the best practices for watering indoor herbs and ensure a healthy herb garden. Learn how to water indoor herbs in pots and containers effectively.
  • When to Transplant Herb Seedlings to Bigger Pots
    Repotting herb seedlings is essential for their health and growth. Moving seedlings to larger containers allows roots to grow and strengthens the plants. Knowing when to transplant your herbs ensures healthy plants and a rich harvest of herbs for cooking.
  • Rosemary vs Oregano: Which to Use When?
    Learn the differences between rosemary vs oregano and when to use each in your cooking. Discover their distinct flavor profiles, ideal culinary uses, and tips for growing them in your garden.
  • Why Keep Rosemary by Your Garden Gate?
    If you’re curious about the practice to keep rosemary by your garden gate, understand that there’s a blend of folklore and practicality behind this charming tradition with a literary origin.
  • How to Grow Thyme from Cuttings in Water
    Discover the secrets of growing thyme from cuttings in water with this step-by-step guide. Get tips on selecting, rooting, and potting thyme cuttings for a thriving herb garden.
  • How to Measure Parsley (How Much is a Bunch?)
    Parsley is a common culinary herb that is used in a wide variety of recipes. Understanding how to measure it correctly can make a significant difference in the flavor and appearance of your dishes. When measuring fresh chopped parsley, ¼ cup of leafy parsley is equivalent to 1 ½ Tbsp of chopped parsley. Measure parsley …

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  • Can Rosemary and Thyme Be Planted Together?
    Discover tips and tricks on how to grow rosemary and thyme together. These garden herbs not only enhance your dishes but also thrive together due to their shared growing preferences.
  • Does Parsley Bolt? (How to Keep It from Bolting)
    Bolting is a clear sign that parsley is shifting its focus toward producing seeds rather than developing leaves. Understanding parsley bolting can help you decide when to harvest your herbs for optimal flavor.
  • Dill: A Complete Guide
    Dill is a delicate herb from the Apiaceae family with feathery leaves and yellow flowers. Native to the Mediterranean and Southern Russia regions, it is renowned for its distinct aroma and flavor. Dill is commonly grown in home gardens due to its ease of cultivation and versatile culinary uses.
  • A Complete Guide to Rosemary
    Rosemary is a hardy, drought-tolerant herb, with a wide range of culinary uses. Rosemary is fairly easy to cultivate, has numerous potential health benefits, and a fascinating historical context.

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