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  • […] almost perfect, isn’t it? I thought that since I’ve been doing my annual “What to do with all this basil” posts I’d start a new one this year. “What to do with all these tomatoes.” […]

    September 17, 2014
  • […] almost perfect, isn’t it? I thought that since I’ve been doing my annual “What to do with all this basil” posts I’d start a new one this year. “What to do with all these tomatoes.” […]

    September 05, 2014
  • Hank Love

    What a great site. I have been wondering what I could do with all my fresh basile. This year I went over board in my garden, and everyday I look at my fifteen plants!!! They are gorgeous!!! I will definitely make the syrup. I am looking forward to making my Pesto to. Thanks for all the info!!

    August 06, 2013
    • Hi Hank,

      15 plants?!!!???? You must be drowning in the stuff. LOL Don’t forget that you can also chop it up (puree with some olive oil) and put it into ice cube trays and freeze it. Put the frozen cubes into a zip top freezer bag and have pre-portioned basil for your recipes in the middle of winter. I think you’ll have plenty of leaves to do this with. :) ENJOY!!!

      August 06, 2013
  • [...] enough basil recipes for you? Find even more fresh basil recipes at this link. Or you can check out another post for fresh basil recipes at this link (this [...]

    July 30, 2013
  • [...] stuffed in a jelly jar, with a peach on top. Well, remember that post I recently did about all the fresh basil I have piling up in my house? Yes, there’s basil in these fruit preserves. And there’s [...]

    July 11, 2012
  • Thank God I cook better than I garden. My basil plants do not runneth over! That said, I think I can garner enough of the lovely green leaves to make this simple syrup and I’m thinking some kind of wonderful libation….hmmmm….Happy Hump Day/Fourth of July! Oh, and I almost forgot to apologize: it was me who drooled all over your delicious sandwich!

    July 03, 2012
    • Ha! I’ve got dead basil plants in my garden, but I just keep buying more. It’s kind of like my shoe obsession (only less expensive). So some plants are great and some are dead. But then I hit the farmer’s market and get all googly eyed and buy some more. That’s why I’m inundated with it (it’s a sickness I tell ya). The syrup is fantastic. I’m pouring it on everything…even things I can’t write on this blog. ;) Maybe I should bottle the stuff. LOL Oh, as for the drool…I wondered where that came from. Have a happy 4th! :)

      July 03, 2012
  • An abundance of basil is always a great problem to have – and seems you definitely know what to do with it!

    July 02, 2012
    • There are definitely worse problems to have. ;) And when push comes to shove I stick sprigs of basil in small jars (instead of flowers) and it makes the room smell really nice. Makes you hungry…but it smells good.

      July 03, 2012
  • That basil lemonade is so pretty! And that sauce…when I wasn’t eating it by the spoonful, I would be tempted to spread it on every wrap sandwich, piece of fish and grilled chicken breast that crossed my plate.

    July 02, 2012
    • Dara, that’s pretty much what’s going on around here right now. ;)

      July 02, 2012

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