Herb Infused Vinegars (is greater than article)

Posted by on July 24, 2010 at 6:26 pm.

Photo Shoot in the Park with Rosey | Photograph by Rosey Lakos

Now is the time all over the country when herbs are in full bloom and gardening days are often spent pruning and picking with less time planting and watering. If you are an avid gardener, or even a forager or farmer’s market-goer, this is the perfect time to be harvesting herbs for a variety of reasons. It is the time for drying for teas or herbs in the winter, and it is definitely the time to be making infusions. Infusions are especially nice since you are not harvesting for tenderness, you can use parts of plants you would normally ignore: the flowering ends of basil or oregano, the woodier part of rosemary or sage, the parts you pinch off to make your plants bush out…everything is fair game in an infusion . . . read more at isgreaterthan.net


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